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Guy English on Twitter: "Speed doubler is directly below the cache, as the technical diagram shows. RAM doubler now ships in the OS as compressed pages. Which, now that I think of it, is kind of funny.… https://t.co/2byBowA8Ph"
Speed doubler is directly below the cache, as the technical diagram shows. RAM doubler now ships in the OS as compressed pages. Which, now that I think of it, is kind of funny.

— Guy English (@gte) January 28, 2018
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january 2018 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "@jessegrosjean So, I'm jot sure but it's possible the creation of the context is being delayed until you render to it. If you reorder what happens?"
So, I'm jot sure but it's possible the creation of the context is being delayed until you render to it. If you reorder what happens?

— Guy English (@gte) September 9, 2017
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september 2017 by mjtsai
Aston Martin Racing & ProDrive – /DRIVEN | Best Images Collections HD For Gadget windows Mac Android
Aston Martin Racing & ProDrive – /DRIVEN An inside look just weeks before the 24 Hours of Le Mans at Aston Martin Racing: An operation of the legendary ProDrive. Aston Martin Racing & ProDrive – /DRIVEN
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august 2017 by wotek
Guy English on Twitter: "@mjtsai @marczak It does. And it was. Even the integer unit had long pipelines though."
It does. And it was. Even the integer unit had long pipelines though.

— Guy English (@gte) July 6, 2017
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july 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "@gparker @danielpunkass @mjtsai 👍 Is +load non-deterministic as a section? Like within constructors you can't know. But is +load generally, in un-specified order, after?"
@gparker @danielpunkass @mjtsai 👍 Is +load non-deterministic as a section? Like within constructors you can't know. But is +load generally, in un-specified order, after?

— Guy English (@gte) May 9, 2017
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may 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "His review wasn't the most glowing but it was the most valuable. I really appreciated the time he took to understand and his conclusions."
His review wasn't the most glowing but it was the most valuable. I really appreciated the time he took to understand and his conclusions.

— Guy English (@gte) April 30, 2017
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may 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "Tom reviewed Napkin for Macworld. He wasn't sure of the intent and called me up. We talked for over an hour about it and why you'd want it. https://t.co/1rbKgYQCEM"
Tom reviewed Napkin for Macworld. He wasn't sure of the intent and called me up. We talked for over an hour about it and why you'd want it. https://t.co/1rbKgYQCEM

— Guy English (@gte) April 30, 2017
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may 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "@marcoarment Yes. Multiple GPUs is still a very good idea with very sparse software support. I realize that makes it a nonsense argument in practice."
@marcoarment Yes. Multiple GPUs is still a very good idea with very sparse software support. I realize that makes it a nonsense argument in practice.

— Guy English (@gte) April 17, 2017
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april 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "All I'm saying is that Solo and Kirk both died on a bridge. Think about it."
All I'm saying is that Solo and Kirk both died on a bridge. Think about it.

— Guy English (@gte) April 14, 2017
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april 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "The old days we *paid* for our compilers and toolchain! And we knew it was worth it because they were really quite heavy. https://t.co/clYWYSWCvL"
The old days we *paid* for our compilers and toolchain! And we knew it was worth it because they were really quite heavy. https://t.co/clYWYSWCvL

— Guy English (@gte) March 7, 2017
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march 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "@chockenberry CoreGraphics uses radians and UIBezierPath is a thin wrapper over CGPath. Bummer to waste time over that."
@chockenberry CoreGraphics uses radians and UIBezierPath is a thin wrapper over CGPath. Bummer to waste time over that.

— Guy English (@gte) February 19, 2017
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february 2017 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "@rosyna NSObject protocol implements hash and isEqual. But you can’t express protocols in lightweight generics. Also, keys must NSCopyable."
@rosyna NSObject protocol implements hash and isEqual. But you can’t express protocols in lightweight generics. Also, keys must NSCopyable.

— Guy English (@gte) October 15, 2016
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october 2016 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "Here’s an awesome corner case of macOS you’d not considered: when in screen shot mode the apps aren’t notified about mouse movement. Nice!"
Here’s an awesome corner case of macOS you’d not considered: when in screen shot mode the apps aren’t notified about mouse movement. Nice!

— Guy English (@gte) August 2, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "“Invalid contents in journal.” is a pretty shitty reason not to mount or fix my HFS+ external drive. Misses the point of the journal, no?"
“Invalid contents in journal.” is a pretty shitty reason not to mount or fix my HFS+ external drive. Misses the point of the journal, no?

— Guy English (@gte) June 29, 2016
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june 2016 by mjtsai
A Stark Nuclear Warning by Jerry Brown | The New York Review of Books
"Perry writes that he started young, at the age of twenty-six in 1954, as a senior scientist at Sylvania’s Electronic Defense Laboratories in what is now called Silicon Valley. Today we think of this part of the world as the home of Apple, Google, and Facebook, but back then the principal work was defense, the business of mass destruction. (..) His mission was gathering cold war intelligence by technical means. But Sylvania had a problem. It was a world leader in manufacturing vacuum tubes at a time when the new solid-state technology was emerging."
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june 2016 by gohai
Guy English on Twitter: "@mpweiher @jckarter @phink0 @mjtsai I think that's a pretty reasonable thing to want. It's hardly some crazy boondoggle."
@mpweiher @jckarter @phink0 @mjtsai I think that's a pretty reasonable thing to want. It's hardly some crazy boondoggle.

— Guy English (@gte) May 30, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "@uliwitness At one point the Quick Lookup key combo in Xcode was the same as Send in Mail and I'd send totally broken mails all the time."
@uliwitness At one point the Quick Lookup key combo in Xcode was the same as Send in Mail and I'd send totally broken mails all the time.

— Guy English (@gte) May 11, 2016
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may 2016 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "@donmelton @panzer Over the years a bunch of bookmarks have doubled up. Pretty sure it's due to syncing and using beta OS. Annoying but meh."
@donmelton @panzer Over the years a bunch of bookmarks have doubled up. Pretty sure it's due to syncing and using beta OS. Annoying but meh.

— Guy English (@gte) April 11, 2016
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april 2016 by mjtsai
Guy English on Twitter: "Here's a crazy idea: When iTunes sends you an email saying there is a new episode available for download it actually shows up on AppleTV."
Here's a crazy idea: When iTunes sends you an email saying there is a new episode available for download it actually shows up on AppleTV.

— Guy English (@gte) February 2, 2016
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february 2016 by mjtsai

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