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Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "I think it’s a mistake that the iPhone X home indicator position is based on the current app’s interface orientation, rather than the curren… https://t.co/dvDQyvq0LY"
I think it’s a mistake that the iPhone X home indicator position is based on the current app’s interface orientation, rather than the current device orientation. I don’t want it to change position as I’m swiping between apps.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) December 17, 2017
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17 hours ago by mjtsai
Kyle Pflug on Twitter: "Hey Google folks, this is starting to look like a pattern. https://t.co/9QQvmxEaZk"
Hey Google folks, this is starting to look like a pattern. pic.twitter.com/9QQvmxEaZk

— Kyle Pflug (@kylealden) December 16, 2017
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17 hours ago by mjtsai
John Gordon on Twitter: "... I removed all data from my Google Profile. Turned it to share nothing. When click on link get a page error. Google STILL links to it whe… https://t.co/GuWx6YnWdn"
... I removed all data from my Google Profile. Turned it to share nothing. When click on link get a page error. Google STILL links to it when I type in email to Google Contacts. Mind boggling.

— John Gordon (@jgordonshare) December 17, 2017
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17 hours ago by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "I’ve never seen a coffee grinder that didn’t suffer from static cling in the winter. https://t.co/SCGuGRIVBN"
I’ve never seen a coffee grinder that didn’t suffer from static cling in the winter. https://t.co/SCGuGRIVBN

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) December 17, 2017
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18 hours ago by mjtsai
MacRumors.com on Twitter: "Apple is Currently Sold Out of AirPods Until January https://t.co/fDtXwMtJCT by @rsgnl https://t.co/s7FNcfvTXq"
Apple is Currently Sold Out of AirPods Until January https://t.co/fDtXwMtJCT by @rsgnl pic.twitter.com/s7FNcfvTXq

— MacRumors.com (@MacRumors) December 17, 2017
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18 hours ago by mjtsai
Randall Trang on Twitter: "I can't not laugh at this gif every time I see it ever since it was revealed to me that those are stunt hands. https://t.co/1F0ZXClqUJ"
I can't not laugh at this gif every time I see it ever since it was revealed to me that those are stunt hands. https://t.co/1F0ZXClqUJ

— Randall Trang (@RandallTrang) December 17, 2017
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18 hours ago by mjtsai
Nick Heer on Twitter: "Here’s something really dumb about the personalized Apple Music playlists: if you “love” one, it appears to love the playlist and not its co… https://t.co/blhch0EUlk"
Here’s something really dumb about the personalized Apple Music playlists: if you “love” one, it appears to love the playlist and not its contents. E.g. if I “love” this week’s New Music Mix, it marks any and all iterations of it as “loved”.

— Nick Heer (@nickheer) December 17, 2017
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18 hours ago by mjtsai
Ernie Smith on Twitter: "@mgsiegler Totally with you. I think Apple's desire to "reinvent" instead of upgrade its line often hurts it with models that simply need to be maintai… https://t.co/XcNPFWYZf2"
Totally with you. I think Apple's desire to "reinvent" instead of upgrade its line often hurts it with models that simply need to be maintained. I have a Mini version 1 and it doesn't feel like it's worth upgrading at all. Apple clearly wants people to buy a big one.

— Ernie Smith (@ShortFormErnie) December 16, 2017
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yesterday by mjtsai
M.G. Siegler on Twitter: "@ShortFormErnie What drives me batty though is that millions of us would gladly pay for the same device just with an updated processor. But, nope."
What drives me batty though is that millions of us would gladly pay for the same device just with an updated processor. But, nope.

— M.G. Siegler (@mgsiegler) December 16, 2017
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yesterday by mjtsai
M.G. Siegler on Twitter: "Not a day goes by that I don’t wish Apple had not allowed the iPad mini to be upgraded to iOS 11. It’s almost unusably slow (yes, I’ve done… https://t.co/upDECOtIpt"
Not a day goes by that I don’t wish Apple had not allowed the iPad mini to be upgraded to iOS 11. It’s almost unusably slow (yes, I’ve done the settings resets, etc).

Used to be so fast. Either upgrade the device, or don’t degrade it with software the old one can’t handle.

— M.G. Siegler (@mgsiegler) December 16, 2017
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yesterday by mjtsai
Scott Perry on Twitter: "Hey @amazon what was the point of paying extra for a cellular Kindle if it doesn’t work for things like marking books as read on goodreads? https://t.co/sNeumIsAxR"
Hey @amazon what was the point of paying extra for a cellular Kindle if it doesn’t work for things like marking books as read on goodreads? pic.twitter.com/sNeumIsAxR

— Scott Perry (@numist) December 16, 2017
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yesterday by mjtsai
neontaster 🚟 on Twitter: "My favorite part of The Last Jedi was when they explained that the scientific paper that was the basis for the midichlorian scale was eventu… https://t.co/F4PjaWEp3Q"
My favorite part of The Last Jedi was when they explained that the scientific paper that was the basis for the midichlorian scale was eventually retracted and turned out to be faked by a company that made handheld midichlorian detectors that never actually worked.

— neontaster 🚟 (@neontaster) December 15, 2017
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yesterday by mjtsai
DHH on Twitter: "We spent 3 years telling the story of 58 businesses that has endured for 25 years or more. What an honor it was to share their lessons via T… https://t.co/yQaMKigyDs"
We spent 3 years telling the story of 58 businesses that has endured for 25 years or more. What an honor it was to share their lessons via The Distance in that time! https://t.co/SvPEk7wkqy

— DHH (@dhh) December 15, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai
Will Robertson on Twitter: "Interesting, I’ll have to check out GitUp. I still don’t have a favourite Git interface although GitKraken is currently my go-to. Recently w… https://t.co/vemq8rxvBv"
Interesting, I’ll have to check out GitUp. I still don’t have a favourite Git interface although GitKraken is currently my go-to. Recently was thinking a command line-based GUI (i.e., terminal on the left, buttons/lists on the right) would be a nice approach. https://t.co/xNlY3GcipN

— Will Robertson (@wspr) December 16, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai
Raphael Sebbe on Twitter: "We can do every kind of business model except the most honest & simple one: “try before you buy”. The one that defines the Apple Store exper… https://t.co/moBVsUsEim"
We can do every kind of business model except the most honest & simple one: “try before you buy”. The one that defines the Apple Store experience.

Maybe we just shouldn’t have asked. That’s it. https://t.co/i6LfUG3e1Z

— Raphael Sebbe (@rsebbe) December 15, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "I love technology, so I could never imagine how I'd grow up to be an old fogey that refuses to try the next big thing. But it seems likely… https://t.co/YmreJTd1P5"
I love technology, so I could never imagine how I'd grow up to be an old fogey that refuses to try the next big thing.

But it seems likely the next big thing will be AR glasses that record everything you see & hear and send it to Google.

Fuck that.

And that's how it happens.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) December 15, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "Two great things about podcasts: - The client ecosystem is diverse enough that it’s likely to remain open-web-based for the foreseeable fut… https://t.co/8OfL7STNXT"
Two great things about podcasts:

- The client ecosystem is diverse enough that it’s likely to remain open-web-based for the foreseeable future.

- There are TONS of great podcasts, and more keep getting made, at ALL budget and skill levels. If some go bad, there’s always more.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) December 15, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai
Jeff Johnson (Mac/iOS developer for hire) on Twitter: "It seems quite possible to me that the design team does what they want, and everyone else just has to accept that. This is why we get "Pro"… https://t.co/t0RnmgpUMA"
It seems quite possible to me that the design team does what they want, and everyone else just has to accept that. This is why we get "Pro" machines that aren't suitable for pros, because Jony's people are in charge.

— Jeff Johnson (Mac/iOS developer for hire) (@lapcatsoftware) December 15, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai
Jeff Johnson (Mac/iOS developer for hire) on Twitter: "In the end the executives will all smile and say the result was "natural" and "inevitable", but that's just marketing. The question is, who… https://t.co/OO6VGiXafr"
In the end the executives will all smile and say the result was "natural" and "inevitable", but that's just marketing. The question is, who has the real power in that company?

— Jeff Johnson (Mac/iOS developer for hire) (@lapcatsoftware) December 15, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai
Jeff Johnson (Mac/iOS developer for hire) on Twitter: "The interesting question to me is, who on the iMac Pro team argued for expandable RAM, and who ultimately made the decision to skip it? Pres… https://t.co/RPicPdvHJw"
The interesting question to me is, who on the iMac Pro team argued for expandable RAM, and who ultimately made the decision to skip it? Presumably, hopefully, there was someone who argued the other side. We rarely hear about internal debates, but they exist.

— Jeff Johnson (Mac/iOS developer for hire) (@lapcatsoftware) December 15, 2017
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2 days ago by mjtsai

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