Friday, January 29, 2010

Waaaaah!

Oooh, a petition. I'm sure this will change something.

No I don't.

This modified re-tweet gave me a laugh, though.



7 comments:

maniacdev said...

I'd sign a petition the other way to ban a flash browser plugin on the iPhone forever.

I have no problem with flash products on the iPhone, as long as they must go through the app store approval process like native apps. I'm all for it in that case.

Michael said...

I signed it with the following comments. Couldn't resist:

Yeh I want flash.

I want my iPad/iPhone to grind to halt every time I open Safari.

I want it to over heat because flash is such a cpu hog

I want my battery to drain at twice the normal speed

I want to watch porn - isn't that what flash websites are for?

Actually now I think about it I don't want flash. In fact all those who don't want flash can install ClickToFlash - http://rentzsch.github.com/clicktoflash/

Chris Pratt said...

Yeah, and with all those 200-sum-odd signatures from people that, based on writing and grammar skills, I'm surprised can sign their name, Apple will surely sit up and listen.

Freddy said...

I'd second a petition to keep flash off of the iphone/ipod/ipad forever as well.

I'm not just speaking out of frustration of how bad flash is on mac, but also on my pc (windows xp(work) and vista(home)). On my home pc chrome/firefox (forget ie it can barley run itself w/o any plugins) it slows my computer to almost a halt. With the setup i have it's just unacceptable that a plugin can cause you more greef then the browser your using it on.

Just my $0.02

warmi said...

"On my home pc chrome/firefox (forget ie it can barley run itself w/o any plugins) it slows my computer to almost a halt. "

Well, then just disable it if you don't like it - much easier and less drastic than simply " keeping flash off "

David said...

someone beat me to it: http://dontwantflash.com/

Paul said...

Keep flash off the iPhone. I don't want dead batteries and crashing.