Links For Today 7.9.2007
RIM’s CEO sees iPhone as “dangerous” – Of course he does. Duh.
MacNN: AT&T survey hints at iChat on iPhone? – I hate speculation, but this is the only thing stopping me from buying the iPhone. We all can see the empty bottom rows on the iPhone menu screen, we know Apple will keep releasing new functionality every few months, slowly driving the stake further into other mobile companies’ chests.
The iPhone Threat to Adobe, Microsoft, Sun, Real, BREW, Symbian (via Daring Fireball) – I see no need to have Flash or Java on the iPhone. There are tons of MP3 players with many more features that the iPod, but who’s #1? Less is more people, less is more.
Survey: Windows loses ground with developers – “Linux gaining share as the number of developers targeting Windows falls 12 percent, Evans Data says”
CEOs Must Be Designers, Not Just Hire Them. (via kottke) – Heed to design people. Heed!
Andy Rutledge: Quiet Structure
Quiet structure is achieved when you de–emphasize the structural elements; the containing boxes, structural lines, bullets, structural color elements, etc… and bring a rhythmical consistency to the layout. The result is that the content becomes more conspicuous and the overall clarity of presentation is greatly enhanced.