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April 29, 2013

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True about the feedback, but don't lump them in with all android users/lovers. The extremists are much more likely to leave feedback to defend their thoughts. I try to be fairminded and speak against my extremist counterparts, like I said, I don't think samsung should get this ridiculous patent. I wanted to step in to show there are fairminded android users out in the world.

Thanks for your comment Marcus. However, The extremists seem to out number those that are fair minded on almost 90% of feedback. I don't seem to hear the fair minded step in to argue with their extremist brethren. So in context, Marcus, the article is aimed at the Android extremists and rightfully so.

I'm an android lover, but I don't agree with them patenting this. I think companies shouldn't patent these frivolous things, whether Apple, or Samsung, or whoever.

Remember not to lump all Android or Apple users into the same group as Apple or Android extremists. It's like judging all Muslims or Christians by few extremists that are way out of wack with the rest of the believers.

So they're trying to patent something that iBooks has been doing since the iPad launched, 3 years ago? I seem to remember Android zombies blowing steam about Apples patent, "LOL so Apple invented the page turn?" And here comes Samsung 3 years later. Talk about innovators.

There is already that function in iBooks. They sure want to parent something that is obvious and already exist...

Not to mention the display compositor built into the OS would be where the process is running. It's all built into OS X and iOS, not to mention Windows, KDE/GNOME.

They may think it's novel to cast a shadow of a page being overlayed, but the same process is using the System Compositing features that are already mature in other OSs. This is just a gimmick and should be laughed out.

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