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David Beazley on Twitter: "PSA: The "0x" prefix on hexadecimal numbers is pronounced "hug-kiss". As in "hug-kiss dead beef". Use it in your next talk."
PSA: The "0x" prefix on hexadecimal numbers is pronounced "hug-kiss". As in "hug-kiss dead beef". Use it in your next talk.

— David Beazley (@dabeaz) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Russell Ivanovic on Twitter: "Searched for 'Sydney Harbour' in my Google Photos library. It found it in a picture of a picture! http://t.co/JZsfG7HElN"
Searched for 'Sydney Harbour' in my Google Photos library. It found it in a picture of a picture! pic.twitter.com/JZsfG7HElN

— Russell Ivanovic (@rustyshelf) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "I know my therapist must think I’m the most interesting of the bunch, because I talk about the stresses of 3rd party API changes on my life…"
I know my therapist must think I’m the most interesting of the bunch, because I talk about the stresses of 3rd party API changes on my life…

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Landon Fuller on Twitter: "Oh no Xcode, anything but that! http://t.co/lLNScQjHud"
Oh no Xcode, anything but that! pic.twitter.com/lLNScQjHud

— Landon Fuller (@landonfuller) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Really glad that I decided to invest some time in automating common tags using the @FogBugz API."
Really glad that I decided to invest some time in automating common tags using the @FogBugz API.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Rosyna Keller on Twitter: "Yay, Ars Technica addresses Betteridge's law of headlines in their headline! http://t.co/O1dsGQnmuD"
Yay, Ars Technica addresses Betteridge's law of headlines in their headline! http://t.co/O1dsGQnmuD

— Rosyna Keller (@rosyna) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "The iOS Calendar app can set separate time zones for start and end times. Would be nice to have that on the Mac and in Fantastical."
The iOS Calendar app can set separate time zones for start and end times. Would be nice to have that on the Mac and in Fantastical.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "It still makes me sad when Google and Apple copy each other too closely and pretend that they’re being original and everything’s inevitable."
It still makes me sad when Google and Apple copy each other too closely and pretend that they’re being original and everything’s inevitable.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Russell Ivanovic on Twitter: "Wow. Google Photos recognises faces, places and even things like ‘cat’. This without tagging a single thing. Creepily epic! Love it"
Wow. Google Photos recognises faces, places and even things like ‘cat’. This without tagging a single thing. Creepily epic! Love it

— Russell Ivanovic (@rustyshelf) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@sethwillits Great idea!"
@sethwillits Great idea!

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Peter Steinberger on Twitter: "(Apart from the fact that the ReactiveCocoa macro logic is *really* wicked) https://t.co/FIvTjHXrkt"
(Apart from the fact that the ReactiveCocoa macro logic is *really* wicked) https://t.co/FIvTjHXrkt

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Paul Haddad on Twitter: "I don’t understand the Mac App Store top paid charts.TB Mac consistently sells more units in the US than Calcbot Mac, but TB never shows up."
I don’t understand the Mac App Store top paid charts.TB Mac consistently sells more units in the US than Calcbot Mac, but TB never shows up.

— Paul Haddad (@tapbot_paul) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Peter N Lewis on Twitter: "I just looked at some mDNSResponder code. Now I understand why someone tried to get rid of it. What kind of insane coding style is that?"
I just looked at some mDNSResponder code. Now I understand why someone tried to get rid of it. What kind of insane coding style is that?

— Peter N Lewis (@peternlewis) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Seth Willits on Twitter: "The "to-be" http://t.co/Qjj3OSEoRw : I have it scraping errors and documentation nicely. Still some work to do… http://t.co/Fqf01cS9Tx"
The "to-be" http://t.co/Qjj3OSEoRw : I have it scraping errors and documentation nicely. Still some work to do… pic.twitter.com/Fqf01cS9Tx

— Seth Willits (@sethwillits) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Dan Frakes on Twitter: "Imagine if on OS X, your only choices were “restore your entire drive, including any problems, or start over, losing much of your data.”"
Imagine if on OS X, your only choices were “restore your entire drive, including any problems, or start over, losing much of your data.”

— Dan Frakes (@DanFrakes) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Quinn Taylor on Twitter: "How does one use Xcode regularly, yet write "XCode" or "xCode" or "XCODE" in bug reports? Surely you see the name in your menu bar? </rant>"
How does one use Xcode regularly, yet write "XCode" or "xCode" or "XCODE" in bug reports? Surely you see the name in your menu bar?

— Quinn Taylor (@thequinntaylor) May 29, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai

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