Mobile apps are so kludgy. Why is it apparently impossible to make a mobile app that can produce content that can dance and sing like desktop applications do? The Tumblr app will not let blog posts tap the power of the social web by drawing content from other websites and displaying it as it does on the desktop/browser interface.
At least I can access the code with the Tumblr app. The Blogger app cannot give me access to HTML code at all as far as I can tell. Don't get me started on how the Facebook app can't let go of content, even when you tell it twice to let go.
Yes, view in browser. No, I mean a real browser. No, I mean Chrome!Why do I have to argue with Facebook programming on my own phone? The Blogger app can't find my photos. Tumblr can't multi-media code unless you can do it all from memory (I can't) and the Facebook app? Zuckerberg isn't getting the blogging part of my soul. He already has too much of the rest of it.
This is hell. I want my desktop back. Now please.
|Jean-Luc Picard programming binary code from memory |
into Data's severed head in Time's Arrow (Part 2).
I cannot program on this level, but I do know people who can.