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Fresno Sheriff spokesperson admits that if a Ring camera owner doesn't want to share video, they'll just go to Amazon, and they'll turn it over. https://t.co/e9jSikq6cC

— Dave Maass 🔦 (@maassive) August 2, 2019
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The Apollo Guidance Computer was a 1969 breakthrough in miniaturization:

Size: ~ 2 ft x 1 ft x 6 in.
Weight: 70 lbs.
Power: 55 W
Liquid cooled.

Final design was engineered to be survivable, completely sealed, and had zero capability for in-flight repairs. pic.twitter.com/lYf2Epz0x5

— Alexis (@alexisgallagher) August 2, 2019
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"Yes you could do KVO but have you seen Combine why would you ever want to do KVO what's wrong with you."

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2019
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The more time I spend digging into Combine and SwiftUI, the more dead I feel Obj-C is. It's not a bad language. It's just more... why would you do that any more.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Personally, I think hardware vendors like Apple should *pay* developers to provide (good) products for their App Stores. After all, without them, who would buy their hardware?
Some products could then become (more) commercially viable, e.g. developer tools.

— Howard Oakley (@howardnoakley) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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The Twitter redesign isn't completely devoid of merit. https://t.co/FkStbk7Rj0

— Josh Centers (@jcenters) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Been thinking about this a lot actually

In the long arch - or long term. iPhone upgrade program isn’t actually a good thing and is counter to Apple’s long term stated hope to transition from hardware and into services company

AKA be Microsoft 2.0

— Eric Young (@eric_young_1) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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So does Intel and nearly all semiconductor companies.

— Ben Bajarin (@BenBajarin) August 2, 2019
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Anyway, Verizon has a higher gross profit margin than Apple pic.twitter.com/OTRvpOKcVb

— nilay patel (@reckless) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Regarding heat: in the recent heat wave in Germany, having my dual LG 5K (old version) connected would make my 2016 15“ throttle to 800 MHz and become unusable.
Pointing a fan at it helped, as did disconnecting the displays.

— Friedrich 해민 Markgraf (@fzwob) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Some of this is just the hurt that comes with transitions. But it's becoming harder to ship Swift compatible Obj-C API without paying a penalty for doing so.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Mixed Swift/Obj-C API is in such a weird place. The different syntax between using Combine with KVO and published Swift properties is bound to cause issues. How do users quickly know which path to choose without knowing implementation details?

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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https://t.co/c4F2PblOuD saves my life remarkably often.

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Posts updated today:

Apple Contractors “Regularly Hear Confidential Details” on Siri Recordingshttps://t.co/EQguax272K

Predatory iOS App Subscriptionshttps://t.co/dKCLoKoT4a

The Great Monitor Search Continueshttps://t.co/x3jle71ODz#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Fixed; thanks!

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Working on new features and haven’t had a chance to blog my thoughts on the Siri privacy story as we learn more. We cannot give Apple a pass on this especially because they use privacy everywhere as a marketing hook. Mistakes can be fixed, but hypocrisy is hard to shake.

— Manton Reece (@mantonsblog) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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The things Apple consistently overlooks in app development amazes me. Basic things like this that should be a part of any UI kit. Other examples include:

• Forming complex requests (multipart form data, etc)
• Object mapping (Codable doesn't cut it)
• Persistent caching

— Tanner B (@NSExceptional) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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Dear Apple:

Could you please do a better job of explaining to your Mac App Store customers that the app providers cannot issue refunds, cannot debug why an App Store download is failing, and cannot do anything to escalate an issue they're having with your store?

thanks!

— Rob Griffiths (@rgriff) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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This? Oh, nothing, just a QR code app that charges a 10€/week subscription, hoping people forget to unsubscribe after the 3 days free trial period pic.twitter.com/HwtLF2EHO6

— Mark Villacampa (@MarkVillacampa) August 2, 2019
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22 days ago by mjtsai
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yep … knowing that makes me feel a bit accommodating toward it. But on the other hand, it takes a long time to start working compared to most of the time when you plug a cable into something.

— Paul McGrane (@pmcg) August 2, 2019
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