Perhaps. But then I'd have to go back to working as hard as you do. My intense software days were long before iOS. I don't relish going back to 100 hour weeks; I just mothballed three of my older development systems, and I don't plan to replace them. As long as there are smart guys doing the heavy lifting, I'm happy to sit on the sidelines and reap the benefits. I might not be able to dodge work forever (a few things are simmering on the back burner that keep threatening to go active)...but I'd rather spend my time playing music. (If Apple made it a little easier for self-use development, I would have built some iPad tools for my own jollies; but I don't really want to climb the release mountain that *you* have to deal with. I mean, it's not like doing open source work under Debian.)Phil Smith wrote:Perhaps we will see an app from you one day?
BTW you didn't say anything about my use cases...where new pages get added other than at the end. Did that make sense, or do you think I am in an atypical situation? Those actions (inserting pages for nearby placement, or matching an evolving paper book) don't t seem weird to me, but maybe they are.