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Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "You know, they didn't even need native clients that badly, because they had RSS. Any RSS reader allowed you to follow Twitter. But then they killed RSS support. THat's when I left Twitter the first time."
You know, they didn't even need native clients that badly, because they had RSS. Any RSS reader allowed you to follow Twitter. But then they killed RSS support. THat's when I left Twitter the first time.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Egg Freckles on Twitter: "A really sweet solution!… "
A really sweet solution! https://t.co/TQIMSvf3VP

— Egg Freckles (@EggFreckles) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
James Thomson on Twitter: "I actually use a 3rd-party FB menubar app on the Mac (“Go for FaceBook” which I don’t 100% recommend) for just this reason - it keeps it out of Safari.… https://t.co/tYmeoqujjg"
I actually use a 3rd-party FB menubar app on the Mac (“Go for FaceBook” which I don’t 100% recommend) for just this reason - it keeps it out of Safari.

— James Thomson (@jamesthomson) February 16, 2018
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Jason Snell on Twitter: "I use Facebook almost never, largely because it requires me to open a Facebook window in my browser on my Mac. Twitter I live in because it has an app. Strange side effect, Facebook has an app on iOS but I never use it either.…
I use Facebook almost never, largely because it requires me to open a Facebook window in my browser on my Mac. Twitter I live in because it has an app. Strange side effect, Facebook has an app on iOS but I never use it either.

— Jason Snell (@jsnell) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Brent Simmons on Twitter: "That thing where indie developers have a Twitter-imposed limit of OAuth tokens is still a thing. Twitter leadership are jerks in so many different ways."
That thing where indie developers have a Twitter-imposed limit of OAuth tokens is still a thing.

Twitter leadership are jerks in so many different ways.

— Brent Simmons (@brentsimmons) February 16, 2018
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Jason Snell on Twitter: "Masterclass in doublespeak. Please wait while we upgrade your Twitter experience. With a browser window.… "
Masterclass in doublespeak. Please wait while we upgrade your Twitter experience. With a browser window. https://t.co/hQd7QINYIK

— Jason Snell (@jsnell) February 16, 2018
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Jason Snell on Twitter: "At one point Twitter for Mac was awesome. Twitter on the web is garbage. Use @Twitterrific or @tweetbot… "
At one point Twitter for Mac was awesome. Twitter on the web is garbage. Use @Twitterrific or @tweetbot https://t.co/NixpWGYR4b

— Jason Snell (@jsnell) February 16, 2018
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Peter Bright 👨‍⚕️🍕 on Twitter: "that plan again: 1. Kill third party apps 2. Force everyone onto first party apps 3. Kill first party apps too, for good measure.… https://t.co/0hCnSp3BIN"
that plan again:

1. Kill third party apps
2. Force everyone onto first party apps
3. Kill first party apps too, for good measure. https://t.co/Ii4zdz4wSL

— Peter Bright 👨‍⚕️🍕 (@DrPizza) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
John Gruber on Twitter: "It’s unbelievable how great a native Mac native client Twitter had when they acquired Tweetie. Just unreal what they pissed way in favor of a shitty web interface.… https://t.co/OmFCZ2ou36"
It’s unbelievable how great a native Mac native client Twitter had when they acquired Tweetie. Just unreal what they pissed way in favor of a shitty web interface. https://t.co/nxlpCsJCbN

— John Gruber (@gruber) February 16, 2018
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Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "Any essential service that has a problem suddenly spreads to every app.… "
Any essential service that has a problem suddenly spreads to every app.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "No, it means that coreaudiod takes down all audio on your system, and cfprefsd takes down all prefs on your system, etc.… "
No, it means that coreaudiod takes down all audio on your system, and cfprefsd takes down all prefs on your system, etc.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) February 16, 2018
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Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "To the extent that processes become dependent on each other, this idea is negated. I've seen this happen with audio. I've seen it happen with user defaults. Logging. The list continues to grow. How far can you sabotage Unix befor
To the extent that processes become dependent on each other, this idea is negated. I've seen this happen with audio. I've seen it happen with user defaults. Logging. The list continues to grow. How far can you sabotage Unix before you become MacOS 9 again?

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "Aside from the yearly major release schedule, which is obviously unsustainable, it's troubling that app-specific functionality has been increasingly daemonized. The idea behind Unix is that a problem in one process should not tak
Aside from the yearly major release schedule, which is obviously unsustainable, it's troubling that app-specific functionality has been increasingly daemonized. The idea behind Unix is that a problem in one process should not take down the entire system.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
John Gruber on Twitter: "And will only work in the first place is the owner’s phone is currently on the network.… "
And will only work in the first place is the owner’s phone is currently on the network.

— John Gruber (@gruber) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
John Gruber on Twitter: "Also note that with HomePod, you can only create Reminder if the “owner” of the HomePod enables “personal access” for things like Reminders, Messages, and Notes. And if someone else creates a reminder it’ll show up on th
Also note that with HomePod, you can only create Reminder if the “owner” of the HomePod enables “personal access” for things like Reminders, Messages, and Notes. And if someone else creates a reminder it’ll show up on the owner’s device.

— John Gruber (@gruber) February 16, 2018
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Andy Lee on Twitter: "On a related note, I read an assertion somewhere that "a good workman never blames his tools" is often misinterpreted. Googled it just now -- I suspect this is what I saw. https://t.co/WYntc5UcbR… https://t.co/okSlckbqzx"
On a related note, I read an assertion somewhere that "a good workman never blames his tools" is often misinterpreted. Googled it just now -- I suspect this is what I saw. https://t.co/WYntc5UcbR pic.twitter.com/tr7wYWj7dp

— Andy Lee (@cocoadog) February 16, 2018
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february 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "More complicated than that because The Wirecutter reported that, on the same surfaces, HomePod left rings but Sonos didn’t.… https://t.co/r8VHyVrir5"
More complicated than that because The Wirecutter reported that, on the same surfaces, HomePod left rings but Sonos didn’t.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) February 16, 2018
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Scott on Twitter: "Or as my girlfriend said when we were in awe at how dumb Siri is on HomePod, “We have emoji that can track our face, but can’t have more than one timer.”… https://t.co/Y5dDimAVq4"
Or as my girlfriend said when we were in awe at how dumb Siri is on HomePod, “We have emoji that can track our face, but can’t have more than one timer.”

— Scott (@agilethumbs) February 16, 2018
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