Would be happier if it were burned to be honest.
iOS is more like 50 to 55% market share so the goal is more to filter out bad actors and keep a high standard. Also let's milk that cash-cow.
I'm not necessarily agreeing with this approach but I got to admit it makes sense.
And they still must pay the 100$ annually to sign and notarize.
Also I'd be looking towards voice as the input/output for llm on Vision Pro.
Mac and Windows ecosystems you'd have no issue even charging up to $7 a month for a AI frontend.
Your comment sets the bar for entitlement really low. So, surely you spend all of your money buying things that you know are useless out of some obligation to not seem entitled? You can see how ridiculous that sounds, so the most charitable interpretation of your comment is that you didn’t actually read my comment before responding.
The feedback I provided was a lot more useful than trying to guilt trip someone into spending money on something they know they won’t get any value out of. If the author switches to a better language model, it will make their app far more attractive to potential buyers, and they can do this, as shown by the existence of other apps that already have. We are fortunate that TinyLlama is not the best model available.
> Mac and Windows ecosystems you'd have no issue even charging up to $7 a month for a AI frontend.
I absolutely would have an issue with paying $7/mo for a TinyLlama-only frontend, no matter the platform. Maybe you’ve never actually used TinyLlama? What have you found it useful for in a general chat environment? How did the accuracy compare to models like Mistral-7B that run just fine on Vision Pro?
Custom feeds on Bluesky are federated so that anyone can create a new one using any algorithm they wish. There are already many thousands to choose from.
Isn't the whole reason Heinz ketchup is self stable is because it's too high in acidity for mold to even grow
- tomatoes (148g for 100g of ketchup)
- distilled vinegar
- spice and herb extract
Both bacteria and fungi prefer more acidic than alkaline environments, with a "happy range" for each. Tomatoes are only weakly acidic, at 4.3 to 4.9. But molds commonly grow at pH 3.5 to 8. Aspergillus niger and Penicillium funiculosum can grow at pH 2 and below.
Extremely low pH is certainly useful at inhibiting some forms of life, but the world contains many different forms of life, and some are a lot more adaptive than others. Research shows that the best way to preserve food is a combination of chemical preservatives and low pH. Which is why the commercial food industry uses preservatives...
Think I only used one of these bottles once when they were introduced what 15-20 years ago? Then I've taken the entire lid off every single time since because of how unappetizing it is. Always go with the glass bottles too if I can for the same reason.