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Mike Rundle on Twitter: "Clickbait but true. Buying something at an Apple Store, ostensibly the most important interaction at any type of store, is annoying and involves wandering aimlessly to find an employee. Not fun at all. https://t.co/xrt9fOanSn"
Clickbait but true. Buying something at an Apple Store, ostensibly the most important interaction at any type of store, is annoying and involves wandering aimlessly to find an employee. Not fun at all. https://t.co/xrt9fOanSn

— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) March 15, 2018
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Dan Masters on Twitter: "And I could never picture Cook’s Apple saying anything like this about anything… ever: https://t.co/64gCGxZmaB… "
And I could never picture Cook’s Apple saying anything like this about anything… ever: pic.twitter.com/64gCGxZmaB

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) March 15, 2018
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Mark D Miller on Twitter: "Thought experiment: how would Siri be different if Siri’s responses had a “this response is incorrect” feedback button that allowed you to identify the error & saved your voice input for review by Apple? Why wasn’t this
Thought experiment: how would Siri be different if Siri’s responses had a “this response is incorrect” feedback button that allowed you to identify the error & saved your voice input for review by Apple?

Why wasn’t this there at the start? Why is it still not there?

— Mark D Miller (@MarkDMill) March 15, 2018
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Tom Hagopian on Twitter: "Great thread, and I’d add that there’s no “cancel” shortcut (⌘. doesn’t always work), no way to stop autocorrect (⌘. actually accepts it), ⌘tab is broken with split screen/slide over, and the ⌥ / ⌘ editing ’
Great thread, and I’d add that there’s no “cancel” shortcut (⌘. doesn’t always work), no way to stop autocorrect (⌘. actually accepts it), ⌘tab is broken with split screen/slide over, and the ⌥ / ⌘ editing ’cuts aren’t global and function differently across apps/Mac. Awful. https://t.co/vllfeRNQS8

— Tom Hagopian (@airgopy) March 15, 2018
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Emily St(ress-free 🏖) on Twitter: "When Slack ends their IRC support, they will also shut off a major accessibility avenue, and they're not ready. It bears repeating: blind people will lose jobs.… https://t.co/0ahXaIo10F"
When Slack ends their IRC support, they will also shut off a major accessibility avenue, and they're not ready. It bears repeating: blind people will lose jobs. https://t.co/zqtfKpZToi

— Emily St(ress-free 🏖) (@emilyst) March 15, 2018
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[renaud lienhart]; on Twitter: "“Nobody inside Apple uses Xcode the way people outside do” Yuuup. After leaving Apple, I instantly started missing all the tooling/resources that Apple uses internally. The company doesn’t realise how terrible the out
“Nobody inside Apple uses Xcode the way people outside do”

Yuuup. After leaving Apple, I instantly started missing all the tooling/resources that Apple uses internally. The company doesn’t realise how terrible the outside ecosystem is.https://t.co/VjhkOe0VDU

— [renaud lienhart]; (@layoutSubviews) March 15, 2018
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Matt Odell on Twitter: "More details on GrayKey iPhone unlocker: https://t.co/JhUtqROHxw -Two models sold directly to law enforcement - $15k & $30k. -Unlocks all iPhones including the new iPhoneX. -Full unencrypted contents of phone & keychain accesible -
More details on GrayKey iPhone unlocker: https://t.co/JhUtqROHxw

-Two models sold directly to law enforcement - $15k & $30k.
-Unlocks all iPhones including the new iPhoneX.
-Full unencrypted contents of phone & keychain accesible
-All major iOS wallets appear vulnerable pic.twitter.com/4WHGyzEf1d

— Matt Odell (@matt_odell) March 15, 2018
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Slava Pestov on Twitter: "What Joe really means is that we are chronically understaffed and our priorities are dictated from above and don’t always make sense, but we really do try our best given the circumstances… https://t.co/A8HJEGyXHJ"
What Joe really means is that we are chronically understaffed and our priorities are dictated from above and don’t always make sense, but we really do try our best given the circumstances

— Slava Pestov (@slava_pestov) March 15, 2018
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Heath Borders on Twitter: "Words can't capture how much it pisses me off when I cmd+ctrl+click on a type that I've defined in the current module, and Xcode refuses to open it, so I have to cmd+shift+o and manually specify the type in order to open it."
Words can't capture how much it pisses me off when I cmd+ctrl+click on a type that I've defined in the current module, and Xcode refuses to open it, so I have to cmd+shift+o and manually specify the type in order to open it.

— Heath Borders (@heathborders) March 15, 2018
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Damien Petrilli on Twitter: "Not sure it's a good thing. I fear that a lot of pressure will be put on the wikipedia to keep its data reliable.… "
Not sure it's a good thing. I fear that a lot of pressure will be put on the wikipedia to keep its data reliable.

— Damien Petrilli (@DamienPetrilli) March 15, 2018
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Marcin Krzyzanowski on Twitter: "I have a plan: Swift compiler in Rust. At least compiler won't crash."
I have a plan: Swift compiler in Rust. At least compiler won't crash.

— Marcin Krzyzanowski (@krzyzanowskim) March 15, 2018
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Kent Beck on Twitter: "The purpose of your conference paper abstract is to get your paper in the A Pile and keep it out of the B Pile. The sentences are: * The problem * Why the problem is a problem * One Startling Sentence * The implication of the One St
The purpose of your conference paper abstract is to get your paper in the A Pile and keep it out of the B Pile.

The sentences are:
* The problem
* Why the problem is a problem
* One Startling Sentence
* The implication of the One Startling Sentence https://t.co/tLrCfzwWWg

— Kent Beck (@KentBeck) March 15, 2018
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Cal Leeming on Twitter: "So this is what happens when your 3yo realises you forgot to lock the server cabinet. He was so impressed with his work, he even explained to me how he did it. I'll be amazed if this array recovers gracefully. Thanks kiddo <3… h
So this is what happens when your 3yo realises you forgot to lock the server cabinet. He was so impressed with his work, he even explained to me how he did it. I'll be amazed if this array recovers gracefully. Thanks kiddo <3 pic.twitter.com/CHmxSDVjq2

— Cal Leeming (@sleepycal) March 15, 2018
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John Voorhees on Twitter: "It’s hard to remember just how basic the iPhone SDK was in some ways. There wasn’t even a decimal point on the number keypad. The Initial iPhone SDK https://t.co/KymGXjTz4q… https://t.co/muIGVKLubm"
It’s hard to remember just how basic the iPhone SDK was in some ways. There wasn’t even a decimal point on the number keypad.

The Initial iPhone SDK https://t.co/KymGXjTz4q pic.twitter.com/u59uNsn8Y3

— John Voorhees (@johnvoorhees) March 15, 2018
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Pierre Igot on Twitter: "Just got a reply from Bug Reporter about a bug report that I submitted nearly a year ago. “There are no plans to address this.” Makes me feel SO good right now about @apple and its willingness to address bugs."
Just got a reply from Bug Reporter about a bug report that I submitted nearly a year ago. “There are no plans to address this.”

Makes me feel SO good right now about @apple and its willingness to address bugs.

— Pierre Igot (@betalogue) March 15, 2018
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Ryan Jones on Twitter: "Say hello to NOTCHY! https://t.co/1f6PVcPcjc The pixel-perfect full-res 1-tap way to notch your iPhone X screenshots. Free to try forever, $2 (not subscription) to add an iPhone X and remove the watermark sticker. Just a fun small
Say hello to NOTCHY! https://t.co/1f6PVcPcjc

The pixel-perfect full-res 1-tap way to notch your iPhone X screenshots. Free to try forever, $2 (not subscription) to add an iPhone X and remove the watermark sticker.

Just a fun small utility I needed. So we made it! pic.twitter.com/agd8VkbTiw

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) March 15, 2018
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eurozerozero on Twitter: "For the sake of an extra data point, my iPhone SE has a manufacture date of March 2016, a cycle count of 620 and a capacity of 83.5%.… https://t.co/9OKp3Sf6VH"
For the sake of an extra data point, my iPhone SE has a manufacture date of March 2016, a cycle count of 620 and a capacity of 83.5%.

— eurozerozero (@eurozerozero) March 15, 2018
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John Carmack on Twitter: "One of the rare times that I regretted my general introvert-ness was when I was at a GDC function that Shigeru Miyamoto attended, and I couldn’t work up the initiative to go strike up a conversation, or at least give him a domo
One of the rare times that I regretted my general introvert-ness was when I was at a GDC function that Shigeru Miyamoto attended, and I couldn’t work up the initiative to go strike up a conversation, or at least give him a domo arigato, Miyamoto-San!

— John Carmack (@ID_AA_Carmack) March 15, 2018
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