Loc: Finland, on the Arctic Circle
Gotta agree with Phos here. Preaching about open standards, busting Adobe's balls on Flash's proprietary nature and then this (mostly flaky arguments anyhow). Using a streaming technology that's only supported by Safari atm. while not providing a parallel stream sticking with actually open standards is kind of two-faced boosheet in my book.
Preaching to the choir indeed. Sure there's Safari for Windows, too, but how many run it on Windows. So this leaves out a chucnk of potential viewers.
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