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Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "It’s fun to compare Things 3 to Github Desktop. One truly native, and the other “we promise it feels so native we even wrpte a blog post”."
It’s fun to compare Things 3 to Github Desktop. One truly native, and the other “we promise it feels so native we even wrpte a blog post”.

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) May 18, 2017
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Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "The new Github Desktop beta feels really native. https://t.co/NLElpLDiVi"
The new Github Desktop beta feels really native. pic.twitter.com/NLElpLDiVi

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) May 18, 2017
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Ian Beck on Twitter: "Nice, Things 3.0 is out! Not so nice: it's only available on the Mac App Store. There goes my motivation to purchase it."
Nice, Things 3.0 is out! Not so nice: it's only available on the Mac App Store. There goes my motivation to purchase it.

— Ian Beck (@ianbeck) May 18, 2017
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☣️🐸Bad Uncle Leo🐸☣️ on Twitter: "There are SO MANY things that @AppStore has to rethink, about how they treat users, vendors and devs. Now they want to tangle w China? LOL. https://t.co/IECo5ajxdT"
There are SO MANY things that @AppStore has to rethink, about how they treat users, vendors and devs.
Now they want to tangle w China? LOL. https://t.co/IECo5ajxdT

— ☣️🐸Bad Uncle Leo🐸☣️ (@z31r4m) May 18, 2017
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Peter Maurer on Twitter: "@lapcatsoftware Ironic twist: These days, phones don't fit your pocket either."
@lapcatsoftware Ironic twist: These days, phones don't fit your pocket either.

— Peter Maurer (@petermaurer) May 18, 2017
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Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "I fear I may be the only one on Earth who recalls Phil mocking tablets for not fitting in your pocket. Was it a real thing that happened?"
I fear I may be the only one on Earth who recalls Phil mocking tablets for not fitting in your pocket. Was it a real thing that happened?

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) May 18, 2017
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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@notio @invalidname Yep. Not sure even that is sustainable, though. Would be like phone company getting a % every order when I gave my card # back in the day."
@notio @invalidname Yep. Not sure even that is sustainable, though. Would be like phone company getting a % every order when I gave my card # back in the day.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 18, 2017
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Will Cosgrove on Twitter: "@danielpunkass The API doesn’t support multiple files so it’s a giant hack to support them. 😕"
@danielpunkass The API doesn’t support multiple files so it’s a giant hack to support them. 😕

— Will Cosgrove (@willco007) May 18, 2017
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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@invalidname I think the issue is that the line between the two is blurring, if it was ever clear."
@invalidname I think the issue is that the line between the two is blurring, if it was ever clear.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 18, 2017
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Will Cosgrove on Twitter: "@wadeco @PatC @danielpunkass I got a bug back about this a while ago saying it was ‘fixed’ so I wonder if the next version of Photos will add back regular promise drags."
@wadeco @PatC @danielpunkass I got a bug back about this a while ago saying it was ‘fixed’ so I wonder if the next version of Photos will add back regular promise drags.

— Will Cosgrove (@willco007) May 18, 2017
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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@invalidname Yes, not sustainable if applied consistently everywhere. So either they give WeChat a special exemption or they rethink the whole system."
@invalidname Yes, not sustainable if applied consistently everywhere. So either they give WeChat a special exemption or they rethink the whole system.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 18, 2017
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Mike Rundle on Twitter: "@joeldev It was in the same list of things you can’t use in the Apple response. Clearly they’re trending towards something right?"
@joeldev It was in the same list of things you can’t use in the Apple response. Clearly they’re trending towards something right?

— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) May 18, 2017
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Curtis Hard on Twitter: "@flyosity wtf? - who doesnt use respondsToSelector when first setting up delegates in custom controllers? - specially optional methods in a protocol…"
@flyosity wtf? - who doesnt use respondsToSelector when first setting up delegates in custom controllers? - specially optional methods in a protocol…

— Curtis Hard (@curthard89) May 18, 2017
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Colin Cornaby on Twitter: "@mjtsai I was wondering about stuff like language bridges too"
@mjtsai I was wondering about stuff like language bridges too

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) May 18, 2017
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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@colincornaby But they’re also ruling out implementing/extending your own responder chain?"
@colincornaby But they’re also ruling out implementing/extending your own responder chain?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 18, 2017
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11 days ago by mjtsai
DHH on Twitter: "Apple Genius pitching customer on why iPad Pro: You can use the pencil, it's faster, more memory. Is that pitch really worth the confusion?"
Apple Genius pitching customer on why iPad Pro: You can use the pencil, it's faster, more memory. Is that pitch really worth the confusion?

— DHH (@dhh) May 18, 2017
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Chris Adamson on Twitter: "@mjtsai What's next, 30% of every Square transaction?"
@mjtsai What's next, 30% of every Square transaction?

— Chris Adamson (@invalidname) May 18, 2017
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Colin Cornaby on Twitter: "Worth noting they are only saying they will reject if the selector used with performSelector/respondsToSelector is not a constant. https://t.co/4HCArjSnRW"
Worth noting they are only saying they will reject if the selector used with performSelector/respondsToSelector is not a constant. https://t.co/4HCArjSnRW

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) May 18, 2017
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