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Otoy does it all remotely

This company claims they can enable you to play hi-definition games on your iPhone iPad or other mobile device in real time. I'll be the first

(maybe) to say that something like this could be the solution to deploying Flash applications on Apple devices. If it actually works, that is.

 
I Wanted To Be A Cool Kid, Apple Said No

Here's a level-headed article about the recent Apple/Adobe battle over iPhone development. I know the author (ahem) kinda well.

 
Ethical Concerns for Computer Game Designers

Ever noticed how competition can bring out the worst in people? Ever thought about whether games are designed to encourage poor sportsmanship? This article sheds some light on the subject.

 
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  • ISIS: Pure Islam?
    At The Atlantic:

    The reality is that the Islamic State is Islamic. Very Islamic. Yes, it has attracted psychopaths and adventure seekers, drawn largely from the disaffected populations of the Middle East and Europe. But the religion preached by its most ardent followers derives from coherent and even learned interpretations of Islam.

  • ISIS beheads 21 Coptic Christians
    At The Jerusalem Post:

    Islamic State released a video on Sunday purporting to show the beheading of a group of Egyptian Christians kidnapped in Libya, violence likely to deepen Cairo's concerns over security threats from militants thriving in the neighboring country's chaos.

    Egypt's state news agency MENA quoted the spokesman for the Coptic Church as confirming that 21 Egyptian Christians believed to be held by Islamic State were dead.

  • Gun Control and the Church
    At The Atlantic:

    Gary Hall, the dean of the Washington National Cathedral, has also used the [Episcopal] church's prominent position to advocate forcefully for stricter gun laws. Hall sees this sort of advocacy as a religious imperative. "Christians follow someone who died at the hands of human violence. They didn?t have handguns in his day, but the cross is essentially a form of human torture and execution," he told me in 2013. "For me the great reason that gun control is a theological issue is because it's tied to the church's compassion for victims of violence, and it's tied to the fact that part of our job is to be a community that heals the world."

  • The forbidden Bible
    At Fox News:

    Religious persecution is not something that most Americans have personally experienced. While we may hear the odd snide remark about our religious group or be offended by the depiction of our faith in popular entertainment, we nevertheless experience an unsurpassed degree of religious freedom. We wake up each day with the ability to read our sacred texts, attend our religious services, and speak and write freely about our beliefs. While incidences of targeted religious hostilities do exist in the U.S., they are relatively few and far between.

    But religious persecution is all too common in many parts of the world. And religious persecution targeting Christians is on the rise.

  • Pope to Catholics: Don't breed 'like rabbits'
    At BBC News:

    Good Roman Catholics do not need to breed like "rabbits", the Pope has said, but should practise "responsible" parenting instead.

    Pope Francis spoke as he returned from the Philippines, where he met former street children abandoned by parents unable to afford to care for them.

    Standing firm against artificial birth control, he said new life was "part of the sacrament of marriage".

    But he said population experts advised three children per family.