Wouldn't you be concerned if the vendor of the OS you're dependent on suddenly comes along and decides to push their own store with it?
Ahem. And Ubuntu seems to be the preferred target by Valve. So why does it matter that Windows 8 has an app store if Ubuntu has one too?
Damn it, that's the way round I intended!
I never say the complete opposite of what I mean.
Why not use probability average American will get killed in a car accident divided by probability they will be killed by a terrorist.
It gives a useful comparison, is verifiable and makes the danger level obvious to all.
"A safe cracker would be able, for a brief time, to enter a scene, open the safe, remove its contents, close the door and exit the scene, whilst the record of a surveillance camera apparently showed that the safe door was closed all the time,"
So it's a way of hiding something in time, without anyone really knowing anything is being hidden.
Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate, and play games -- but not with pleasure. -- Leo Rosten