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Rajan Patel on Twitter: "1/ iOS users! A pattern of @google usage looks like this: chat in iMessage, switch to Google to look something up, then switch back to iMessage and share it. Today's release of the Google app shortcuts this by bringing the power o
1/ iOS users! A pattern of @google usage looks like this: chat in iMessage, switch to Google to look something up, then switch back to iMessage and share it. Today's release of the Google app shortcuts this by bringing the power of Google directly into iMessage. pic.twitter.com/NSS4uXEnwL

— Rajan Patel (@rajanpatel) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Manton Reece on Twitter: "Postponing the Sunlit release until tomorrow. App Store caching seems completely unreliable today. Not thrilled by this delay because we’ve had additional fixes for 2.0.1 we could’ve submitted if we knew we had an extra day o
Postponing the Sunlit release until tomorrow. App Store caching seems completely unreliable today. Not thrilled by this delay because we’ve had additional fixes for 2.0.1 we could’ve submitted if we knew we had an extra day of doing nothing.

— Manton Reece (@manton2) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Jason Snell on Twitter: "For smaller shows with intense followings, direct support is better. I stopped accepting ads for @TPKill because the audience was too small to generate ad money, figuring that the listeners would prefer support it, and that has be
For smaller shows with intense followings, direct support is better. I stopped accepting ads for @TPKill because the audience was too small to generate ad money, figuring that the listeners would prefer support it, and that has been completely accurate.

— Jason Snell (@jsnell) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Brendan Saricks on Twitter: "Youtube is the perfect argument over needing an organized platform for content delivery. Even their top creators complain about policies they cannot control. If video delivery (and means of consumption) were as easy as podcast
Youtube is the perfect argument over needing an organized platform for content delivery. Even their top creators complain about policies they cannot control.

If video delivery (and means of consumption) were as easy as podcasting, no one would use Youtube.

— Brendan Saricks (@BrendanSaricks) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Steven Frank on Twitter: "My iMac Pro literally just dropped dead while I was using it. Blip, black screen. No longer boots, no chime, no fans or power to USB afaict. Removed all USB peripherals and tried other power outlets. Off to the geniuses! 8^D #com
My iMac Pro literally just dropped dead while I was using it. Blip, black screen. No longer boots, no chime, no fans or power to USB afaict. Removed all USB peripherals and tried other power outlets. Off to the geniuses! 8^D #computers #good #imlovinit

— Steven Frank (@stevenf) March 6, 2018
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Dan Masters on Twitter: "Why iterate when you can kill? Today, Apple loses yet another potential differentiation point for Apple Music. https://t.co/S22Y7mxrBJ"
Why iterate when you can kill? Today, Apple loses yet another potential differentiation point for Apple Music. https://t.co/S22Y7mxrBJ

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Sonya 🌐 Mann on Twitter: "Trying to find articles about news from a couple of years ago is so frustrating. Google is noticeably worse at this than it used to be"
Trying to find articles about news from a couple of years ago is so frustrating. Google is noticeably worse at this than it used to be

— Sonya 🌐 Mann (@sonyaellenmann) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Dan Lyke on Twitter: "I have deliberately avoided being tied to a platform. I'm sure in general this has impacted my earnings, but it means that back when Carbon was dying and my employer was all "no, Apple loves all their children equally" I could be "me
I have deliberately avoided being tied to a platform. I'm sure in general this has impacted my earnings, but it means that back when Carbon was dying and my employer was all "no, Apple loves all their children equally" I could be "meh, it's a widget set".

— Dan Lyke (@danlyke) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Sean Hussey on Twitter: "My son’s school isn’t supposed to allow outside recess if it’s below 32 degrees, so my son went to https://t.co/2zD6oLkZ8S, opened up the web inspector, changed the temperature from 28 to 36, and showed the teacher. So proud
My son’s school isn’t supposed to allow outside recess if it’s below 32 degrees, so my son went to https://t.co/2zD6oLkZ8S, opened up the web inspector, changed the temperature from 28 to 36, and showed the teacher.

So proud right now.

— Sean Hussey (@seanhussey) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Dan Masters on Twitter: "@mjtsai FYI, this is how you do it in Chrome: History > Clear Browsing Data… "
@mjtsai FYI, this is how you do it in Chrome:

History > Clear Browsing Data pic.twitter.com/w7mtxFCcTQ

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Shira Ovide on Twitter: "Apple investors: We love the fat margins of the company's services business! But: Spotify's gross margin is 25%. Apple Music can't be much better. https://t.co/AxR6CmgYh3"
Apple investors: We love the fat margins of the company's services business!

But: Spotify's gross margin is 25%. Apple Music can't be much better. https://t.co/AxR6CmgYh3

— Shira Ovide (@ShiraOvide) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Riccardo Mori on Twitter: "TextEdit unexpectedly quit 4 times today. Four times, for no apparent reason (every time the trigger event was different). This wouldn’t happen if Steve— This wouldn’t have happened under Snow Le— … Yeah, well, telling
TextEdit unexpectedly quit 4 times today. Four times, for no apparent reason (every time the trigger event was different).

This wouldn’t happen if Steve—

This wouldn’t have happened under Snow Le—



Yeah, well, telling me “At least you didn’t lose data” is a poor excuse.

— Riccardo Mori (@morrick) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "[Pitch] Suppress compiler errors with wellActually { ... }"
[Pitch] Suppress compiler errors with wellActually { ... }

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Dan Luu on Twitter: "A creator of the C++ STL says they might've used more cache-friendly data structures if HP Labs had the budget to buy HP PA-RISC machines? (via @daniel_bilar )… https://t.co/rQjWj956wB"
A creator of the C++ STL says they might've used more cache-friendly data structures if HP Labs had the budget to buy HP PA-RISC machines?

(via @daniel_bilar ) pic.twitter.com/rbghcoofIE

— Dan Luu (@danluu) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Alex Taussig on Twitter: "This passage from @benthompson on $spot is really insightful. It takes a lot of leverage to start competing with your customers. How much scale does it need? Already owns 40%+ of streaming market.… https://t.co/94iEwzxpV9"
This passage from @benthompson on $spot is really insightful. It takes a lot of leverage to start competing with your customers. How much scale does it need? Already owns 40%+ of streaming market. pic.twitter.com/Yb5BFRgDkZ

— Alex Taussig (@ataussig) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Yeah, that’s good. (OTOH, longstanding bug that selecting all and deleting in the History list doesn’t remove everything that you’ve selected.)… https://t.co/WCSPHLNujL"
Yeah, that’s good. (OTOH, longstanding bug that selecting all and deleting in the History list doesn’t remove everything that you’ve selected.)

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 6, 2018
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Paul McGrane on Twitter: "One thing I like in Safari is being able to quickly delete all (which is typically many thousands) of cookies & stuff in the Privacy tab. Not sure how to quickly do that in Chrome or FireFox. If nothing else, it ditches all the t
One thing I like in Safari is being able to quickly delete all (which is typically many thousands) of cookies & stuff in the Privacy tab. Not sure how to quickly do that in Chrome or FireFox.

If nothing else, it ditches all the targeted ads. https://t.co/w47CG3FzMC

— Paul McGrane (@pmcg) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
scripting.com on Twitter: "Why podcasting is growing so fast. 1. You don't need permission. 2. You are free to experiment. 3.. There is no gatekeeper on subscriptions. https://t.co/sdMzeGTGPR"
Why podcasting is growing so fast.

1. You don't need permission.

2. You are free to experiment.

3.. There is no gatekeeper on subscriptions. https://t.co/sdMzeGTGPR

— scripting.com (@davewiner) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Oh, I thought you meant something happened to DuckDuckGo.… "
Oh, I thought you meant something happened to DuckDuckGo.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 6, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
jcieplinski on Twitter: "This sort of behavior (the SILENT part, particularly) is what gives subscription pricing a bad reputation. If I needed the service, and I had no good alternative, I’d stick with them. But I’d have an eye out for alternatives.
This sort of behavior (the SILENT part, particularly) is what gives subscription pricing a bad reputation. If I needed the service, and I had no good alternative, I’d stick with them. But I’d have an eye out for alternatives. All goodwill or sense of loyalty would be blown.

— jcieplinski (@jcieplinski) March 6, 2018
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