Welcome to the first in an occasional series called “Monday meh”, in which I briefly fulminate about something that made me a bit grumpy.
Occasionally, web pundits complain about Android fragmentation. “Fragmentation” is Punditese for “oh dear me, I hate diversity because it makes my job so hard”.
If there were only iPhones, the job of web developers would be much easier. But, of course, most people in the world would then have no access to the Web. Call me “Captain Priority of Constituencies” if you want, but denying most of the world access to the Web in order to make a few people’s lives easier is what computer scientists term “getting it wrong” and “missing the point”.
It’s like being a bartender and complaining that your job would be so much easier if no customers ever bothered you while you’re polishing glasses and reading your Mixology books.
Disagree? Please meh my meh.