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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@NetNewsWire Any plans to restore AppleScript support?"
@NetNewsWire Any plans to restore AppleScript support?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Craig Maynard on Twitter: "@netnewswire @brentsimmons Black Pixel has essentially abandoned NetNewsWire. What a crime. Can I convince them to sell or open source it?"
@netnewswire @brentsimmons Black Pixel has essentially abandoned NetNewsWire. What a crime. Can I convince them to sell or open source it?

— Craig Maynard (@chmaynard) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Tony Myles on Twitter: "@gruber Go here. http://t.co/Dh2C1kMPVY scroll to bottom and click the SPG app. Note the room #."
@gruber Go here. http://t.co/Dh2C1kMPVY scroll to bottom and click the SPG app. Note the room #.

— Tony Myles (@tuony) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Rainer Brockerhoff on Twitter: "If true that Watch can keep in touch with the paired iPhone over WiFi - means you can leave iPhone in a drawer, anywhere on the local net."
If true that Watch can keep in touch with the paired iPhone over WiFi - means you can leave iPhone in a drawer, anywhere on the local net.

— Rainer Brockerhoff (@rbrockerhoff) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Damien Guard on Twitter: "Just so my dev friends know... the new MacBook has less CPU power than the lowest-end MacBook Air. http://t.co/hULkQOE5Yx"
Just so my dev friends know... the new MacBook has less CPU power than the lowest-end MacBook Air. http://t.co/hULkQOE5Yx

— Damien Guard (@damienguard) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@reneritchie @jmfd Notably, this is not as much extra space as you get with a scaled MBP. (And scaling is not always desirable, anyway.)"
@reneritchie @jmfd Notably, this is not as much extra space as you get with a scaled MBP. (And scaling is not always desirable, anyway.)

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@reneritchie @jmfd Supports up to 1440x900 scaled, which is the native resolution of the 14-inch MacBook Air. http://t.co/CXRsaGwrLP"
@reneritchie @jmfd Supports up to 1440x900 scaled, which is the native resolution of the 14-inch MacBook Air. http://t.co/CXRsaGwrLP

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@jmfd What do you think the reason is? Cheaper panels at that resolution? Do they prefer a lower DPI?"
@jmfd What do you think the reason is? Cheaper panels at that resolution? Do they prefer a lower DPI?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@jmfd Power seems unlikely to me given the relatively small difference between 720 and 768."
@jmfd Power seems unlikely to me given the relatively small difference between 720 and 768.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Jonathan Deutsch on Twitter: "@mjtsai even the iPad is 768 on its minor axis. Fun that Hype automatically throws autolayout exceptions at 720 (all autoresizingmask ones!)"
@mjtsai even the iPad is 768 on its minor axis. Fun that Hype automatically throws autolayout exceptions at 720 (all autoresizingmask ones!)

— Jonathan Deutsch (@jmfd) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Philip Elmer-DeWitt on Twitter: "Cook: we don't really have a relationship with Tesla. I'd love to see them pick up Car Play. "Was that a good way to avoid the question?""
Cook: we don't really have a relationship with Tesla. I'd love to see them pick up Car Play. "Was that a good way to avoid the question?"

— Philip Elmer-DeWitt (@philiped) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Philip Elmer-DeWitt on Twitter: "Apple CEO says there's no business model behind ResearchKit. We're not in it for the ROI."
Apple CEO says there's no business model behind ResearchKit. We're not in it for the ROI.

— Philip Elmer-DeWitt (@philiped) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Tyler Poage on Twitter: "@gruber “starting”. http://t.co/8yQTl4WuLg"
@gruber “starting”. pic.twitter.com/8yQTl4WuLg

— Tyler Poage (@tylerpoage) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Brian Marick on Twitter: "All that is old is new again. /Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy/, 1979. http://t.co/p2ttXkSTsn"
All that is old is new again. /Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy/, 1979. pic.twitter.com/p2ttXkSTsn

— Brian Marick (@marick) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Landon Fuller on Twitter: "@mikeash @gparker It's also 'Verifying "Xcode"' but not 'Verifying "Xcode" came from Apple and not some other random Developer ID'."
@mikeash @gparker It's also 'Verifying "Xcode"' but not 'Verifying "Xcode" came from Apple and not some other random Developer ID'.

— Landon Fuller (@landonfuller) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
mikeash on Twitter: "@landonfuller @millenomi @gparker The DMG should too. It's only slow because there's a million files, so sign the DMG directly instead."
@landonfuller @millenomi @gparker The DMG should too. It's only slow because there's a million files, so sign the DMG directly instead.

— mikeash (@mikeash) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Paul Phillips on Twitter: "App Store. Select Changelog: [ ] Various fixes, performance improvements [ ] Misc fixes and improvements [ ] Various bug fixes"
App Store. Select Changelog: [ ] Various fixes, performance improvements [ ] Misc fixes and improvements [ ] Various bug fixes

— Paul Phillips (@extempore2) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@jmfd Thank you for looking that up."
@jmfd Thank you for looking that up.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 10, 2015
mjtsai  Twitter 
march 2015 by mjtsai
Jonathan Deutsch on Twitter: "The last time Apple released a computer with 720 vertical pixels or less was the iBook (Firewire) on September 13, 2000."
The last time Apple released a computer with 720 vertical pixels or less was the iBook (Firewire) on September 13, 2000.

— Jonathan Deutsch (@jmfd) March 10, 2015
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march 2015 by mjtsai

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