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Dan Luu on Twitter: "In most discussions about twitter on HN, a bunch of devs drop in to say bot removal is so easy twitter obv. must not care at all. Turns out twitter is removing ~1M bots/day. Twitter only has ~300M MAU, making the error tolerance v. lo
In most discussions about twitter on HN, a bunch of devs drop in to say bot removal is so easy twitter obv. must not care at all.

Turns out twitter is removing ~1M bots/day. Twitter only has ~300M MAU, making the error tolerance v. low. This seems like a really hard problem. pic.twitter.com/Urm0t1MH57

— Dan Luu (@danluu) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
DHH on Twitter: "For every “best practice”, there’s a time when the opposite approach is superior. Once you stop looking for such openings, you stop growing. And plenty of “best practices” are either cargo-culted from a different time, language,
For every “best practice”, there’s a time when the opposite approach is superior. Once you stop looking for such openings, you stop growing. And plenty of “best practices” are either cargo-culted from a different time, language, or domain, and no longer service progress.

— DHH (@dhh) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "It's not just you.… "
It's not just you. pic.twitter.com/3YfODeMeCw

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Andy Lee on Twitter: "WTF @Twitter's Mac app. I've said about Apple, "Less courage, more pride," as in "Would someone proud of their work leave flaws XYZ unaddressed for so long?" Perhaps fair, perhaps unfair. I do think it's pretty darn fair to question
WTF @Twitter's Mac app. I've said about Apple, "Less courage, more pride," as in "Would someone proud of their work leave flaws XYZ unaddressed for so long?" Perhaps fair, perhaps unfair. I do think it's pretty darn fair to question @Twitter's pride in their own Mac client.

— Andy Lee (@cocoadog) February 16, 2018
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Addison Webb on Twitter: "Currently being burned by this as well. Vague rules. Spotty enforcement. No clarification from App Review on the exact problem, let alone a suggested fix.… https://t.co/4MMOZKf4w4"
Currently being burned by this as well. Vague rules. Spotty enforcement. No clarification from App Review on the exact problem, let alone a suggested fix. https://t.co/C7WGao7MYn

— Addison Webb (@addisonwebb) February 16, 2018
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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Google Removes “View Image” Button From Search Results: https://t.co/0HU3V5flB9 #mjtsaiblog"
Google Removes “View Image” Button From Search Results: https://t.co/0HU3V5flB9 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) February 16, 2018
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Paul Haddad on Twitter: "Hey past me, good job on adding support for remotely filtering crashing unicode sequences."
Hey past me, good job on adding support for remotely filtering crashing unicode sequences.

— Paul Haddad (@tapbot_paul) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Tim Burks on Twitter: "The light bulb never needs changing, but if you don't rewire your house every year, the front door won't open.… "
The light bulb never needs changing, but if you don't rewire your house every year, the front door won't open.

— Tim Burks (@timburks) February 16, 2018
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Tren Griffin on Twitter: "“For the first time ever, Apple's (AAPL) iPhone in the December quarter made over half of all the smartphone revenue in the world, with $61.4B out of a total market of $120.2B. Strategy Analytics.” https://t.co/N0UjymkRoD"
“For the first time ever, Apple's (AAPL) iPhone in the December quarter made over half of all the smartphone revenue in the world, with $61.4B out of a total market of $120.2B. Strategy Analytics.” https://t.co/N0UjymkRoD

— Tren Griffin (@trengriffin) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
ATPTipster on Twitter: "Maybe we should fuzz for stupid Unicode crashes at some point. Strikes me as a hell of a lot easier then rushing out OTAs to fix them one by one. Just a thought."
Maybe we should fuzz for stupid Unicode crashes at some point. Strikes me as a hell of a lot easier then rushing out OTAs to fix them one by one. Just a thought.

— ATPTipster (@ATP_Tipster1) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Dr. Drang on Twitter: "It’s been this way for years, and there’s always been a need for multiple timers. Right or wrong, Apple thinks you should use Reminders for that function. Maybe the HomePod complaints will change its mind, but I doubt it.… htt
It’s been this way for years, and there’s always been a need for multiple timers. Right or wrong, Apple thinks you should use Reminders for that function. Maybe the HomePod complaints will change its mind, but I doubt it.

— Dr. Drang (@drdrang) February 16, 2018
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John Gruber on Twitter: "I’m going to disagree on this. There’s no more reason for the Clock app to support only one timer than there is for it to support only one alarm.… https://t.co/QpnVShrU1P"
I’m going to disagree on this. There’s no more reason for the Clock app to support only one timer than there is for it to support only one alarm.

— John Gruber (@gruber) February 16, 2018
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Dr. Drang on Twitter: "The biggest problem with using Reminders as timers is that many people won’t want to open their Reminders to the entire household. That’s in an article I linked to, but I didn’t mention it in the post itself."
The biggest problem with using Reminders as timers is that many people won’t want to open their Reminders to the entire household. That’s in an article I linked to, but I didn’t mention it in the post itself.

— Dr. Drang (@drdrang) February 16, 2018
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