Monthly Archives: January 2013

Sensational Apple Headlines

AHHHHHH!Mobile Orchard: “Apple prevents developers from changing iOS App Screenshots in App Store”

That’s the headline for what I see as a good change to an Apple App Store policy, but Mobile Orchard makes it sound horrible.

A small number of slimy app developers would submit their apps with the correct screenshots only to replace them with a set that had nothing to do with the app. This would result in increased sales and unhappy, duped, customers.

Panic has a great weblog post outing one such slime bag developer.

Some developers have complained about the change, but I don’t understand why? This change will help protect the integrity of the App Store and help weed out crappy scam apps.

Congress is Lazy

Watch out! It's a blog fly!New Yorker: Hundreds of congressmen complained of headaches, dizzy spells, and extreme fatigue after putting in what sources called “a six, maybe seven-hour day.”

I know I’m blessed to have a job where I sit on my butt most of the day. I’m not out in the heat picking cotton or stacking boxes of fruit in a packing house, but I do work. It’s no wonder America is broken. Our leadership has such a crappy work ethic.

Maybe this report is sarcastic and I’ve been duped into believing it, wouldn’t be the first time, I certainly hope so.