This guy may or may not have killed the internet. He also implicates you.
Instead, I felt OK continuing with the use of an app for the Amazon Kindle, or one for the Amazon MP3 player, or one for Google Currents, or Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Flickr, Foursquare, etc… I felt OK with getting only little bits of the web packaged in small digestable experiences on my mobile. I didn’t ask those same sites to develop an open web version that would just run on a browser so I could choose which device I would use to access the content and not have to worry whether an app was available for the device.
I didn’t flinch when I had to reinstall those apps on another device when I switched device. And when I saw a device that didn’t support the app, I didn’t blame the app maker but I blamed the platform for failing to support the app maker. I opted for more fragmentation in what was available to everyone because I had to have the latest shiny toy instead of demanding that everyone do the hard thing and work together.