But I fear that when analysts slaver over “curated” computing, it’s because they mean “monopoly” computing – computing environments like the iPad where all your apps have to be pre-approved by a single curating entity, one who uses the excuse of safety and consistency to justify this outrageous power grab.

Curated computing is no substitute for the personal and handmade | Cory Doctorow | Technology | guardian.co.uk


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