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Michael Flux 🍱 on Twitter: "@tim_cook for once, have the balls to get on stage and explain why the one thing that made Apple, Apple. The software. Has turned into such an embarrassment."
@tim_cook for once, have the balls to get on stage and explain why the one thing that made Apple, Apple. The software. Has turned into such an embarrassment.

— Michael Flux 🍱 (@michaelflux) May 10, 2018
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Michael Flux 🍱 on Twitter: "10 years ago I could barely sleep before a WWDC because I knew it would be full of incredible things. These days, despite having more Apple products than ever, I just don’t give a damn. I know it’ll be another year or su
10 years ago I could barely sleep before a WWDC because I knew it would be full of incredible things.

These days, despite having more Apple products than ever, I just don’t give a damn. I know it’ll be another year or submediocre features, which will be delayed for another year.

— Michael Flux 🍱 (@michaelflux) May 10, 2018
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Michael Flux 🍱 on Twitter: "Here’s what bugs me about Apple. Their hardware is excellent, the processors they design are practically unrivalled. And yet the software just pisses on everything. It’s constant years behind the competitors, riddled wit
Here’s what bugs me about Apple. Their hardware is excellent, the processors they design are practically unrivalled.

And yet the software just pisses on everything. It’s constant years behind the competitors, riddled with bugs, and gets updated rarely at best.

— Michael Flux 🍱 (@michaelflux) May 10, 2018
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Nick Heer on Twitter: "One thing I’ve learned by subscribing to both Apple Music and Spotify is that way I find music has not changed in a decade: I still get my favourite music from real people — in person, in reviews, on music blogs, and true radio
One thing I’ve learned by subscribing to both Apple Music and Spotify is that way I find music has not changed in a decade: I still get my favourite music from real people — in person, in reviews, on music blogs, and true radio DJs.

— Nick Heer (@nickheer) May 10, 2018
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Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "Ken Burns is not history, and WWDC videos are not documentation."
Ken Burns is not history, and WWDC videos are not documentation.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) May 10, 2018
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Barry 💽 on Twitter: "WRT #4: setting the '-com.apple.CoreData.ConcurrencyDebug 1' launch argument is a lifesaver… "
WRT #4: setting the '-com.apple.CoreData.ConcurrencyDebug 1' launch argument is a lifesaver

— Barry 💽 (@heyitsbarry) May 10, 2018
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Ben Montour on Twitter: "Good news everybody! @signalapp just released an update to their Mac client. Now Notifications are removed from the db 'on remote read, on focus, on exit'. Just confirmed this on my Mac. Notification was in db, then once read the
Good news everybody! @signalapp just released an update to their Mac client. Now Notifications are removed from the db 'on remote read, on focus, on exit'. Just confirmed this on my Mac. Notification was in db, then once read the notification it was removed.

— Ben Montour (@BenMontour) May 10, 2018
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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "iOS 11’s Streamlined, Yet Extensible File Management: https://t.co/7INxsvrLvB #mjtsaiblog"
iOS 11’s Streamlined, Yet Extensible File Management: https://t.co/7INxsvrLvB #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 10, 2018
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Jonathan Grynspan on Twitter: "Just discovered this Xcode warning and it made my day.… "
Just discovered this Xcode warning and it made my day. pic.twitter.com/lM7l6fb6T4

— Jonathan Grynspan (@grynspan) May 10, 2018
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Josh Centers on Twitter: "One of my wife's friends is wanting to buy a Mac for her college-bound daughter. I'll be honest: I'm not even sure I'd recommend any @Apple laptop right now due to poor connectivity and keyboard issues."
One of my wife's friends is wanting to buy a Mac for her college-bound daughter. I'll be honest: I'm not even sure I'd recommend any @Apple laptop right now due to poor connectivity and keyboard issues.

— Josh Centers (@jcenters) May 10, 2018
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doug on Twitter: "7/6 (sorry) if there’s something special about apple it’s that next engineers in the 90s understood that obj-c was an incredible application programming language in a way that i don’t believe anyone in leadership is currently prior
7/6 (sorry) if there’s something special about apple it’s that next engineers in the 90s understood that obj-c was an incredible application programming language in a way that i don’t believe anyone in leadership is currently prioritizing

— doug (@dougrustle) May 10, 2018
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doug on Twitter: "5/6 The thing that is special about accessibility at apple isn’t apple, it’s that a couple people figured out how to do accessibility without having to get the permission of each team, one at a time, and again and again.… https://t
5/6 The thing that is special about accessibility at apple isn’t apple, it’s that a couple people figured out how to do accessibility without having to get the permission of each team, one at a time, and again and again.

— doug (@dougrustle) May 10, 2018
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doug on Twitter: "4/6 iOS accessibility is a technology hack that a couple engineers came up with where all of accessibility is side loaded as a plugin at runtime. this is an artifact of how obj-c works and is directly threatened by the way that swift is
4/6 iOS accessibility is a technology hack that a couple engineers came up with where all of accessibility is side loaded as a plugin at runtime. this is an artifact of how obj-c works and is directly threatened by the way that swift is designed (something that makes me furious)

— doug (@dougrustle) May 10, 2018
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doug on Twitter: "3/6 macOS accessibility got off the ground because of a half dozen people working their asses off and even at it’s best still had (has) major problems with first party applications punting on accessibility… https://t.co/JxyN0uuLq9"
3/6 macOS accessibility got off the ground because of a half dozen people working their asses off and even at it’s best still had (has) major problems with first party applications punting on accessibility

— doug (@dougrustle) May 10, 2018
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Geoff Duncan on Twitter: "It’s one of those macOS mornings where every app I launch wants to install an update...and none set focus on the modal admin password dialog when they need permissions, so I just type passwords into the void, or find a folder o
It’s one of those macOS mornings where every app I launch wants to install an update...and none set focus on the modal admin password dialog when they need permissions, so I just type passwords into the void, or find a folder on my desktop named for passwords.

— Geoff Duncan (@geoffduncan) May 10, 2018
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Rory Prior on Twitter: "To be fair it’s the industrial design that sucks, the strain reliefs are always inadequate on Apple cables because they’d look ugly otherwise which is obviously the overriding concern in Cupertino.… https://t.co/uiVnNfKY6G"
To be fair it’s the industrial design that sucks, the strain reliefs are always inadequate on Apple cables because they’d look ugly otherwise which is obviously the overriding concern in Cupertino.

— Rory Prior (@roryprior) May 10, 2018
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