We don’t think of the telephone company primarily as a manufacturer of the little $40 things with dials or pushbuttons that we have in our homes and on our desks. The implications of this proposal, at one extreme, is that Apple will be seen, in the future, not so much as a builder of hardware, but as a purveyor of a service that interpenetrates the telephone network, and provides information.
‘The Apple Computer Network’, Jeff Raskin, 11 Sept 1979
iD is now the default editor on OpenStreetMap and it’s working pretty well. Lots of challenges left, and some of the more ‘fun’ performance optimizations are ahead of us. We blogged its development on /osmdev.
I polished up and gave a domain name to one of my simplest and most straightforward projects, now called debugbrowser.com. It simply documents opening developer extensions in all browsers.