Monthly Archives: December 2014

Android is not going to be a desktop OS

A while back Bryan Lunduke wrote about using Android on a desktop and he gave it a pretty good review. While I felt that the article was light on details, he defended his position and insisted that Android was, in … Continue reading

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On Democratic Republics and Meritocratic Oligarchies

There’s a saying in American political debate that is as popular as it is wrong, which happens when one side appeals to our country’s democratic ideal, and the other side will immediately counter with “The United States is a Republic, not … Continue reading

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Big improvements come from small changes

After I implemented infinite scrolling in uReadIt 2.0, I found that after a couple of page loads the UI would start to be sluggish. It’s not surprising, considering the number of components it kept adding to the ListView. But in … Continue reading

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