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Wade Cosgrove on Twitter: "@Twitterrific Assuming a tweet ending in a colon is a poll is giving more false positives than actual polls (several instances recently with zero legit polls). Could maybe sniff to see if the tweet is the beginning of a thread a
@Twitterrific Assuming a tweet ending in a colon is a poll is giving more false positives than actual polls (several instances recently with zero legit polls). Could maybe sniff to see if the tweet is the beginning of a thread and not present poll button?

— Wade Cosgrove (@wadeco) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Pierre Lebeaupin🦆👾 on Twitter: "PSA: never edit email drafts or send them on the mail app of your iPhone/iPad. This is the third draft I have now lost and had to recover from Time Machine, or rewrite. Never happened with https://t.co/YknozD80Wf. Rea
PSA: never edit email drafts or send them on the mail app of your iPhone/iPad. This is the third draft I have now lost and had to recover from Time Machine, or rewrite. Never happened with https://t.co/YknozD80Wf.

Read mails, send quick replies, fine, but do nothing else on iOS.

— Pierre Lebeaupin🦆👾 (@PierreLebeaupin) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Garrett on Twitter: "I would agree. My kids school uses Google for education. Each kid has their own Google account they use throughout their school career. If you don't think that will stick with these kids you're turning a blind eye.… https://t.co/lOa
I would agree. My kids school uses Google for education. Each kid has their own Google account they use throughout their school career. If you don't think that will stick with these kids you're turning a blind eye.

— Garrett (@GarrettZumini) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Dan Masters on Twitter: "“I no longer think of Google as just another player who has an alternative PC OS & Office competitor. Thanks to serious attention from OEMs & Google’s own efforts to make their software applications better for business & educa
“I no longer think of Google as just another player who has an alternative PC OS & Office competitor.

Thanks to serious attention from OEMs & Google’s own efforts to make their software applications better for business & education, Google has emerged as a force to reckon with.” pic.twitter.com/qNfumMNsvk

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Dan Masters on Twitter: "“The younger generation is growing up entirely without using any traditional Windows apps and by using Chromebooks in their schools, they are being programmed to use these tools as they grow up and most likely, will be using G-S
“The younger generation is growing up entirely without using any traditional Windows apps and by using Chromebooks in their schools, they are being programmed to use these tools as they grow up and most likely, will be using G-Suite when they eventually enter the business world.” https://t.co/tfkPvuB8d0

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "Yeah, (x) goes through the print-anything path for x, which hasn't really been optimized… "
Yeah, \(x) goes through the print-anything path for x, which hasn't really been optimized

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Steve Barnegren on Twitter: "I thought that the recommendation to use “(foo)(bar)” over `+` was more for compilation performance than runtime performance, as the compiler has to work to understand which + operator to use. + is so much easier to read t
I thought that the recommendation to use “\(foo)\(bar)” over `+` was more for compilation performance than runtime performance, as the compiler has to work to understand which + operator to use. + is so much easier to read though

— Steve Barnegren (@SteveBarnegren) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "I'm sure I heard somewhere that "(foo)(bar)" is the recommended way to do string concatenation in Swift, but I benchmarked it and it's almost 100x slower than using `+` or `String.append()`. So I guess now I have to rewrite ever
I'm sure I heard somewhere that "\(foo)\(bar)" is the recommended way to do string concatenation in Swift, but I benchmarked it and it's almost 100x slower than using `+` or `String.append()`.

So I guess now I have to rewrite everything not to use it 🙄

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "That can work, but be careful with extensions…… "
That can work, but be careful with extensions…

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Tricertops on Twitter: "My solution was self.class.bundle as convenience for +bundleForClass:… "
My solution was self.class.bundle as convenience for +bundleForClass: https://t.co/H6mbQHnKaW

— Tricertops (@Tricertops) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
YellowNewton on Twitter: "Haha. If it is any consolation, I cant even delete a single contact without three clicks and one confirmation!! And forget about deleting multiple contacts at the same time. Does anyone at Apple uses contact list?… https://t.co
Haha. If it is any consolation, I cant even delete a single contact without three clicks and one confirmation!! And forget about deleting multiple contacts at the same time. Does anyone at Apple uses contact list?

— YellowNewton (@YellowNewton) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Pierre Igot on Twitter: "Way to scare me for no apparent reason, @office #Word2016. Thanks ever so much!… "
Way to scare me for no apparent reason, @office #Word2016. Thanks ever so much! pic.twitter.com/xh89bYtLzu

— Pierre Igot (@betalogue) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Kyle Baxter on Twitter: "Between that and Echo turning on all of our lights in the middle of the night several times (apparently due to a power surge), I’m glad I stopped using it a while ago.… https://t.co/rMkapBiEpQ"
Between that and Echo turning on all of our lights in the middle of the night several times (apparently due to a power surge), I’m glad I stopped using it a while ago.

— Kyle Baxter (@kbaxter) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Collin Allen on Twitter: "I really wanted an Apple eMate back then, but my parents bought a — much more expensive — PowerBook G3 (233 MHz Wallstreet) instead. It was SUCH a better choice and lasted way longer, but the eMate is still cool 😎… https
I really wanted an Apple eMate back then, but my parents bought a — much more expensive — PowerBook G3 (233 MHz Wallstreet) instead. It was SUCH a better choice and lasted way longer, but the eMate is still cool 😎 https://t.co/u4cFXPzcBh

— Collin Allen (@command_tab) March 7, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai

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