I'm not saying the delays are for common reasons, but those of you following Noah's Macworld coverage caught his piece on Newber's struggle to get Apple's approval for sales. Well, all of a sudden, a grip of browsers are turning up for the iPhone - some that were submitted in October. Tabs, landscape QWERTYs, and all other manner of browsing goodies are coming your way. Check out some of the apps at MacRumors.
Now the only reason I bring up Newber is because there may be a reasonable explanation for their hold-up. Perhaps there are multiple apps offering duplicate functionality, and some kinks need to be worked out.
Speaking of Newber and duplicates...
I'm all about the cooperative project, inspiration and influence, but reference your sources in some obscure fashion. I have to admit that the lighting effects and 2.o reflection do look nice, though.
I'll sign your petition when you mention Ubuntu on your homepage, yo.
Wait... Yo? That shaz is crustier than crunk.
The word is henceforth banished from my vocabulary to be replaced by mitch; in honor of the greatest drummer of all time. (Don't even bother arguing the facts wit me, cuz.) If I see one more beater pick-up with the T, O, - - T, A, removed from the gate, I'm throwing eggs at it.
Breeze ya in the flop-flip of yesteryear, mitch.
I guess you guys aren't ready for that, yet. But your kids are gonna love it.