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Twitter / apalancat: MailMate has the most intriguing ...
MailMate has the most intriguing feature of any app I’ve seen: “Distortion Mode” pic.twitter.com/Q2WD0ZIZJe

— Marc Boquet (@apalancat) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / importantshock: Protip: use /// for ...
Protip: use /// for method/class/function-level comments in Swift. Xcode will display the comments inline in autocomplete. #swift

— patrick thomson (@importantshock) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / chockenberry: I'm sad the highly-skeuomorphic ...
I'm sad the highly-skeuomorphic hard drive icon hasn't gotten any love in Yosemite. But with the default being hidden, no one sees it…

— Craig Hockenberry (@chockenberry) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / bavarious: .@frozendevil This is the list ...
.@frozendevil This is the list of Swift attributes I get from inspecting OS X modules with your command line: http://t.co/XCbpY9XDbT (Bash)

— Bavarious (@bavarious) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / gregtitus: @schwa Are there docs on the ...
@schwa Are there docs on the layout of these somewhere? Specifically, how short is short? Can they hold 6-7 ascii?or 7-bit pack and hold 8?

— Greg Titus (@gregtitus) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / schwa: So 64-bit tagged string printers ...
So 64-bit tagged string printers in 10.10 (and I assume iOS8?) should see excellent speed-ups with most JSON parsing. Keep JSON keys short.

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / curtclifton: Starting to fear that Swift ...
Starting to fear that Swift is really Obj-C without the Smalltalk, but with obfuscated C and hideous amounts of C++ lurking in the semantics

— Curt Clifton (@curtclifton) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / Relaxandswing: @counternotions Blue shirts ...
@counternotions Blue shirts still there. Black shirts have all left Apple.

— Logan Zilch (@Relaxandswing) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / counternotions: Good old days. http://t.co/w7ApvO36Hg
Good old days. pic.twitter.com/w7ApvO36Hg

— Kontra (@counternotions) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / olebegemann: Handoff also works between ...
Handoff also works between websites and native apps: pic.twitter.com/s0pvz9ggB0

— Ole Begemann (@olebegemann) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / sanguish: iBooks radars filed. Keep numbers ...
iBooks radars filed. Keep numbers for series. Allow checkmarks for "read" books, and allow syncing of non iBookstore books.

— Scott Anguish (@sanguish) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / danielpunkass: I submitted a bug against ...
I submitted a bug against JavaScript OSA with a 1-line script pasted in to the steps to reproduce. Response: Please attach the script.

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / drdrang: The blue font for the address ...
The blue font for the address sent to would be a lot more distinct if blue weren’t used for all the field labels. A common iOS 7 complaint.

— Dr. Drang (@drdrang) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai
Twitter / drdrang: I knew that tapping your name ...
I knew that tapping your name brought up your info from Contacts. I never noticed that one of the email addresses is blue.

— Dr. Drang (@drdrang) June 13, 2014
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june 2014 by mjtsai

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