40564
Twitter
Is Win32 perfect for touch? Not at all. Would users rather have Win32 and backwards compatibility than touch perfection? Yep!

This runs counter to Apple’s dogma and I think that’s the reason it causes so much angst.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 16, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
7 hours ago
Twitter
I agree with @siracusa that overall, this keyboard will be a blemish in the rearview. I agree with @marcoarment that despite the obvious utility and superiority of USB-C, it’s a bummer that hubs don’t exist that can carry more than 2 ports.

Still the best laptop I’ve ever owned.

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) July 16, 2018
FavoriteTweet  zcichy 
7 hours ago
Twitter
Microsoft tried this with Windows RT, it was a disaster.

The problem with a lot of the talk about how desktop OS shells don’t work well with touch is that users disagree. While Apple and others are out pundinting, Microsoft is selling what users actually want and making money. https://t.co/wC0RR44oKX

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 16, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
7 hours ago
Twitter
The Surface lineup are beautiful, aspirational, forward-looking products. The problem is Surface is writing checks that Windows can’t yet cash. Dress for the job you want, etc. Windows needs a new shell, bereft of Win32, to really let the other side of these products shine

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) July 16, 2018
FavoriteTweet  stroughtonsmith 
7 hours ago
Twitter
The keyboard is part of the top case and the top case is definitely unique to the third gen Touchbar MBP. Unless they stick the new keyboard in the old top case they can’t just start using the new part.

First and second gens have interchangeable top cases https://t.co/59ledB92Sn

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
10 hours ago
Twitter
i9 MBP Geekbench: 5324/22589 ($3099 base, $3899 with 32/1TB); iMac Pro 10-core: 5263/35205 ($5799 with 32/1TB) Kinda wild? (of course you also have to figure GPU, screen size, and keyboard (lol))

— Steven Frank (@stevenf) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  stevenf 
11 hours ago
Twitter
Attention @DFRWS attendees! Getting Saucy with APFS - Workshop Edition materials are located here: https://t.co/zwYPB0AVOb #mac4n6 #APFS

— Sarah Edwards (@iamevltwin) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  iamevltwin 
11 hours ago
Twitter
Hackintosh Jeff, get all the modern goodness with all the expandability you could ever want. Granted it’s something you’d be better off doing with a desktop rather than a laptop, but it’s so much better than what Apple’s offering. I’ve been running a Hack for a couple of years.

— Rory Prior (@roryprior) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  roryprior 
11 hours ago
Twitter
I don’t hate these machines. But I think it’s too early to state that “Keyboard is fixed”.

And a lot, really a lot of people I know need an SD slot and a regular USB port in their laptops.

— Riccardo Mori (@morrick) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  morrick 
12 hours ago
Twitter
Engineering is about trade-offs. The PC makers are making spec-sheet-friendly trade offs for marketing purposes instead of focusing on good engineering.

— Ashraf Eassa (@Ashraf__Eassa) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  Ashraf__Eassa 
13 hours ago
Twitter
A 4K display would make the system WORSE because it'd guzzle your battery life for no discernible improvement. Apple's making the right call here.

— Ashraf Eassa (@Ashraf__Eassa) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  Ashraf__Eassa 
13 hours ago
Twitter
„Pictures of old #NeXT CDs“: This is an interesting one. MacOSX Server (Apple branded NeXTstep) was actually released before MacOSX. And as it turns out, it was also deprecated first ... pic.twitter.com/fch9qAriCC

— Helge Heß (@helje5) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  helje5 
13 hours ago
Twitter
IIRC you should still be able to use Internet recovery with secure boot on

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  jckarter 
13 hours ago
Twitter
Pretty sure this is new (and not documented yet), but in iOS 12 Safari you can use ⌘1…9 to navigate to tabs with an external iPad keyboard. You can also do ⌘⌃1/2 to open Bookmarks and Reading List, respectively 👍

— Federico Viticci (@viticci) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  viticci 
13 hours ago
Twitter
I’ve been hoping for a system clipboard API that let third-party apps see the last ten items or so.

— Michael Rockwell (@mdrockwell) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  mdrockwell 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Hooooly crap the native app rating prompt works well. ⁦@ilikepants⁩ pic.twitter.com/rGaVYcsfHB

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  rjonesy 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Once the theft becomes known, sure. So a scattershot attack like the Transmission incident can be detected rapidly.

But in a targeted attack, the fraudulently signed app is seen only by the victim’s mac, so neither Apple nor the dev whose keys were stolen is likely to know.

— Andy Durdin (@adurdin) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  adurdin 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Yes, the design of Gatekeeper pre-notarization failed to account for theft of signing keys.

Notarization will also enable end user Macs to detect never-before-seen tampered apps—especially relevant against targeted attacks, including state-sponsored surveillance malware.

— Andy Durdin (@adurdin) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  adurdin 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Notarization is Apple’s solution to the problem of repackaged malware’d apps, without requiring all third party apps to use the app store.

I’m not sure why you’d want to boycott it?

— Andy Durdin (@adurdin) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  adurdin 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Quick-hit viral/top-list/social sharing doesn’t really work for podcasts. It’s not how people find or consume this medium.

So podcasts have never become dependent on big search/social/editorial channels, and have therefore grown more slowly, but have remained firmly in control.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  marcoarment 
19 hours ago
Twitter
It’s complicated and multivariate, but my theory in short:

Text was so dependent on referral traffic, rather than loyal, subscribed audiences, that publishers had to cooperate with demands of Google, Facebook, et al. as they slowly got cut out of their own distribution. https://t.co/AIQ22JGB8W

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  marcoarment 
19 hours ago
Twitter
If you, for instance, are in our tech-podcast community, nobody can stop us from continuing to make our shows, and nobody can stop apps like Overcast and Castro and Apple Podcasts from playing them.

If the sponsors leave (which is unlikely), you can pay us directly. No big deal.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  marcoarment 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Here’s why:

A bunch of big-name podcasts can all get up and leave tomorrow, walling themselves off into their own apps or pay services.

That would suck for their listeners, but the ENTIRE rest of the podcast world (the majority) would just keep going as we’ve been, unaffected.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  marcoarment 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Podcast sponsorships are harder to sell as agencies have replaced direct sales, and Overcast’s nearest competitor is spending ~$30 million to grab marketshare and launch a(nother) walled garden of premium podcasts.

Big money is here.

But nobody can touch the open ecosystem. https://t.co/0GwMcBtagB

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  marcoarment 
19 hours ago
Twitter
I swear, this iPhone X is so damn reflective, I don’t care what the numbers show, it’s a damn mirror, I’ve subconsciously started tipping it towards ceilings to be able to read it.

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  rjonesy 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Have people forgotten that we’ve had up to 3.2 GBps speeds in MacBook Pros (MacBooks Pro?) since the late 2016 models? 😕 Lots of DiskSpeed Test results out there... (@stroughtonsmith) pic.twitter.com/MF0Q28D2qE

— Wojtek Pietrusiewicz (@morid1n) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  morid1n 
22 hours ago
Twitter
T2 = have a backup if you even remotely care about your data. https://t.co/dpEQLswJTg

— Erik Gomez (@Contains_ENG) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  Contains_ENG 
yesterday
Twitter
The digital camera thing is the most irritating to me. I use the SD card reader in my Air all the time to dump photos from my camera at the end of the day. If I were to get a new MBP, not only could I not do that, I would need a dongle to connect my digital camera’s USB-A cable.

— Nick Heer (@nickheer) July 15, 2018
FavoriteTweet  nickheer 
yesterday
Twitter
“As we’ve seen with countless other Android handsets that include Bluetooth 5.0, Apple could add support for multi-audio streaming over Bluetooth.”

My question is why they haven’t enabled this already – Samsung did this a year ago: https://t.co/uIoyObUgOy https://t.co/yPg9bVIrBj

— Dan Masters (@OhMDee) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  OhMDee 
yesterday
Twitter
Swift Compiler Blog, Entry 4

I taught the Swift compiler to derive `Equatable` & `Hashable` for enums with no cases.https://t.co/kcSgtRtE1l

— Matt Diephouse (@mdiep) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  mdiep 
yesterday
Twitter
iOS 12 reversed the emoji and .?123 buttons on the iPad keyboard (presumably in preparation for the home button-less iPad coming this year) and it drives me absolutely nutty.

— Nick Heer (@nickheer) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  nickheer 
yesterday
Twitter
3.0 - The „golden“ release. I think this was the first version I may have used. According to Wikipedia a new thing was precompiled headers and maybe ProjectBuilder. Today in the „Pictures of old #NeXT CDs“. pic.twitter.com/P8mYn2D8Oc

— Helge Heß (@helje5) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  helje5 
yesterday
Twitter
My Finder seems to want to break free every now and then: pic.twitter.com/sgxYzbQXql

— @monkeydom (@monkeydom) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  monkeydom 
yesterday
Twitter
SE-0215, Conform `Never` to `Equatable` and `Hashable`, has been accepted! 🎉 https://t.co/zBneV1oWiZ

The core team also concluded:

1. `Never` should also conform to `Error` and `Comparable`

2. `Never` should become a blessed bottom type

Exactly the resolution I hoped for. 💖

— Matt Diephouse (@mdiep) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  mdiep 
yesterday
Twitter
With the App Store turning 10, it’s important to wonder if and how its history may be preserved for the next decades.

My story about app preservation, featuring quotes by @helvetica & the @MuseumModernArt (!!): https://t.co/hs2FF7UB0Q

This is a topic I really care about. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/5377LmPdkx

— Federico Viticci (@viticci) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  viticci 
yesterday
Twitter
I don't know when Apple started removing the pulsating sleep light in iMacs, but I'm a bit bummed it's not present. There is no way to distinguish whether an iMac is sleeping or switched off, or if it entered sleep correctly.

— Riccardo Mori (@morrick) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  morrick 
yesterday
Twitter
This reasoning treats Apple like it’s a single entity. It’s perfectly possible that Apple as a whole is under-prioritising the Mac (starving it of people, focus) but that the actual engineers working on the Mac are still passionate and do an incredible job with limited resources.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  nicklockwood 
yesterday
Twitter
In a lot of ways (except for the GPU), the new MacBook Pro is a better system than the iMac non-Pro, which is shocking. Six cores vs four on the iMac. Much faster storage.

The MacBook Pro has a lot more in common with the iMac Pro than the iMac.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
yesterday
Twitter
Just link to this tweet the next time someone says Apple doesn’t care about the Mac. No company would put this kind of effort into a product line they aren’t heavily invested in. https://t.co/Ks77bfJnaC

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  zcichy 
yesterday
Twitter
This is nothing short of amazing. A typo in an INI file could have tanked a game with a multimillion dollar budget.

This is like a movie failing because the casting director contacted Bob Pitt instead of Brad Pitt for the lead role.

Insane. https://t.co/0739PgwDrS

— Adrian Sanabria (@sawaba) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  sawaba 
yesterday
Twitter
Also have you noticed how Apple is always compared to conceptual pieces of technology from companies like Microsoft and Google? Just because Apple doesn’t drag their prototypes out in the public doesn’t mean they aren’t doing exciting things.

— Thread (@limitedthread) July 14, 2018
FavoriteTweet  limitedthread 
2 days ago
Twitter
Waiting for a teardown, but I'm still pretty sure the new MacBook Pro has dual SSDs running in a stripe configuration, which T2 manages on the iMac Pro.

If so, that's the logical endpoint for replicable SSDs. Even if they were in a slot, would be a lot more fiddly now.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
2 days ago
Twitter
This is a problem for Advertisers. Best entertainment product attracts premium audiences. As production budgets and production quality continue to grow in #SVOD, more eyeballs will migrate to platforms where advertisers cannot follow. https://t.co/jwtuyqqpOM

— Lou Paskalis (@LouPas) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  LouPas 
2 days ago
Twitter
Emmy noms for Drama & Comedy Series

Not ad supported:
Game of Thrones
Stranger Things
Westworld
The Crown
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Marvelous M. Maisel
Kimmy Schmidt
Silicon Valley
GLOW
Barry

Ad Supported:
Americans
This is Us
Blackish
Atlanta

Hybrid:
Handmaid’s Tale

— Stacy Minero (@sminero) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  sminero 
2 days ago
Twitter
I see what you’re referring to, but I don’t think “subpixel” is the right term for it. Influencing the color of the nearest pixel is what regular anti-aliasing does. Subpixel referred to using the individual color elements of the LCD.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 14, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
Subpixels are always colored due to the LCD display technology. If you’re seeing gray, you’re seeing a whole pixel.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
I don’t think there’s such a thing as a gray subpixel.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
Unofficial, AFAIK.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
What part of “FL” doesn’t he understand?

— Dr. Drang (@drdrang) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  drdrang 
2 days ago
Twitter
It seems like I was right.

Why Apple Won’t Do What Marco Wants to “Fix” the MacBook Pro

(wow that title was bad… but tens of thousands of people read it haha)https://t.co/jMOmRfR47R

— Timothy Buck (@TimothyBuckSF) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  TimothyBuckSF 
2 days ago
Twitter
Lightroom CC is unusable compared to Classic. For me at least. If they kill Classic and don’t achieve feature parity in CC, I’m off.

— Wojtek Pietrusiewicz (@morid1n) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  morid1n 
2 days ago
Twitter
The reason Adobe got so big was because of the number of different and complex things their software could do.

It was because their software wasn’t a reduction so simple features that people loved them.

— •• david mcclurg (@djmcclurg) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  djmcclurg 
2 days ago
Twitter
Changing Rules for App Store Screenshots and Videos: https://t.co/jTrYplzTVW #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
Affinity Designer and Adobe Photoshop for iPad: https://t.co/zATBurPMht #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
Guido van Rossum Steps Down as Python BDFL: https://t.co/iVxhEc6AKv #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
Apple’s 4-Pronged Media Strategy: https://t.co/VTh4JM2Pk1 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
macOS 10.14 Mojave Removes Subpixel Anti-aliasing: https://t.co/AsXB8afDAE #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 13, 2018
mjtsai  Twitter 
2 days ago
Twitter
Also funny how those laptops came out around the same time as Snow Leopard. Felt like Apple was firing on all cylinders back then.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
2 days ago
Twitter
I'm willing to forgive the RAM not being upgradable a bit on the new ones, but not the drive. Needs an M.2 slot. Also the GPU situation is a problem for pros.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
2 days ago
Twitter
Having worked on a lot of MacBooks and MacBook Pros in my IT days, the latch suuuuuuuuuuuuucked. Completely unreliable, fails on a large share of machines. The mechanics are horrible and the magnetic latch is way more reliable.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  colincornaby 
2 days ago
Twitter
This happens on iOS too. Mail often is unable to update unread or flagged counts correctly for folders.

— 𝓛𝓮𝓸 𝓝𝓪𝓽𝓪𝓷 (@LeoNatan) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  LeoNatan 
2 days ago
Twitter
Two persistent problems shared by others on the internet. One is that Flagged smart folder refuses to forget messages that were replied to and then unflagged. pic.twitter.com/croPFiJC5b

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  lapcatsoftware 
2 days ago
Twitter
We’re definitely living in a weird timeline, Apple products-wise – Pro users on the Mac keep being dissatisfied with hardware and they’re getting iOS apps on Mac next year, while pro iPad users seem generally optimistic, hardware rocks, and software keeps improving on all sides

— Federico Viticci (@viticci) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  viticci 
2 days ago
Twitter
Remember this whenever someone talks about how much Apple cares about the environment. https://t.co/FhQpFyqqI8

— scott (@agilethumbs) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  agilethumbs 
2 days ago
Twitter
I asked Apple if they're shredded or disassembled or what happens to them and did not get a straight answer. So we have $2,000 computers that are one year old that are literally trash because they cannot resist dust

— Jason Koebler (@jason_koebler) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  jason_koebler 
2 days ago
Twitter
I forgot I said all that aloud. 😌 It remains unclear that anyone wants full Photoshop or similar on iPad, and I'd expect more of a Lightroom CC/Rush play (stripped down, rethought). We'll see.

— John Nack (@jnack) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  jnack 
2 days ago
Twitter
I'm more skeptical of their prospects for replacing InDesign: InDesign isn't nearly as technically deficient now as Quark was when InDesign replaced it, DTP files often have lifespans measured in decades, and publishers are naturally conservative + don't want to bet on a new co.

— Michael Love (@elkmovie) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  elkmovie 
2 days ago
Twitter
And the overall improvements of switching to Clang on Windows on the performances of Firefox are huge:https://t.co/CxkQ9NcxmW Up to 45%! Will even improve more when we will use LTO/PGO!
cc @chandlerc1024 @clattner_llvm @tonic888 https://t.co/KHHBdbuucd

— Sylvestre Ledru (@SylvestreLedru) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  SylvestreLedru 
2 days ago
Twitter
I expect @affinitybyserif will have to switch to a subscription model eventually, but until they do, even a full-featured Photoshop for iPad is going to have a tough time competing. (I'm still using my pre-subscription-era CS6 and when that dies I plan to drop PS altogether)

— Michael Love (@elkmovie) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  elkmovie 
2 days ago
Twitter
We worry that Apple doesn't care about the Mac, but Mac hardware alone is at least 10% of revenue, and Mac is the iOS dev platform. Whereas Microsoft could just stop making Surface and probably not affect their company much if at all. Surface is a hobby.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  lapcatsoftware 
2 days ago
Twitter
Telling quote from @jnack: "I tried—and painfully failed—to get Adobe to invest in a fresh, modern, from-the-ground-up imaging pipeline for Photoshop. It would run beautifully on mobile hardware & scale up to desktops." https://t.co/NnVQGEPQs7 https://t.co/Jx9t6Zxnuf

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  stroughtonsmith 
2 days ago
Twitter
The 4K Retina display of my new iMac is marvellous. Yes, I'm very late to the party, but my eyes are really thankful for this. It's the same amazing sensation I had when I upgraded from the iPhone 3G to the iPhone 4.

— Riccardo Mori (@morrick) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  morrick 
2 days ago
Twitter
Two USB-C & a MagSafe charging port would go a long way towards resolving the limitations. An SD slot wouldn't hurt either.

— Peter N Lewis (@peternlewis) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  peternlewis 
2 days ago
Twitter
True USB-C hubs (1 C to multiple Cs) would allow people to replace all of their A cables with C cables and stop the hassle of juggling two port types.

But we can’t do that yet — C ports are too scarce, so most people need to keep (and travel with) both A and C cables. https://t.co/0OPcNCE2a6

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  marcoarment 
2 days ago
Twitter
This is what drives me nuts with USB-C. A “USB Hub” takes a USB-A port and gives you 2-10 more USB-A ports. A “USB-C Hub” gives you bunch of other ports (HDMI, USB-A etc), but rarely (ever?) extra USB-C ports. Most don’t even give you 1 usable USB-C port (often power only).

— Dave Wood 🇨🇦 (@DaveWoodX) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  DaveWoodX 
2 days ago
Twitter
The USB-C era began in 2015 and Apple went all-in in 2016, yet it’s still difficult or impossible to go all-in on USB-C.

Do we have any hubs that turn one USB-C port into 4+, or chargers/batteries with multiple USB-C output ports?

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) July 13, 2018
FavoriteTweet  marcoarment 
2 days ago
« earlier      
0xced _davidsmith adamengst agilethumbs agiletortoise airspeedswift alexisgallagher ameaijou amyruthworrall andrewabernathy apontious app.net arqbackup atomicbird atp_tipster1 avidrissman benbajarin betalogue bigzaphod bob_burrough boredzo borkware bradchoate brentsimmons buzz bwebster bzamayo cabel catfish_man ccgus cdespinosa chockenberry chriseidhof chuq clarkgoble clattner_llvm cocoadog cocoaphony colincornaby command_tab counternotions ctp dafacto damienpetrilli dancounsell danfrakes danielpunkass danluu davedelong dgregor79 dhh dnanian drance drbarnard drdrang drewmccormack drwave dshowell eggfreckles eli_schiff elkmovie ericyoung_1 eridius eternalstorms favoritetweet felix_schwarz flyosity fpillet fzwob glennf gparker gregtitus gruber grynspan gte handleym99 harlanhaskins hhas01 iljawascoding invalidname isaiah itod jablair jamesthomson jaredsinclair jcenters jckarter jeffnotlapcat jeffwatkins jessegrosjean jfroy jgordonshare jimcorreia jmfd jnadeau joar_at_work johngordon jsnell jws kbaxter kcase kevinhoctor kongtomorrow krzyzanowskim kyleve landonfuller lapcat lapcatsoftware layoutsubviews leebennett lucvandal macguru17 macjournals manton marcoarment markgurman markonen mattbirchler mccloudstrife mdhughes mdrockwell meekgeek merowing_ mgorbach mhenders mikeash milend mjtsai mmunz morrick mpweiher mrgan nickheer nicklockwood notio nriley nsexceptional nst021 numist nuoji ohmdee olebegemann olemoritz oluseyi oluseyisonaiya optshiftk overcastfm owensd panic perlmunger petermaurer peternlewis phink0 praeclarum rbrockerhoff reckless reneritchie rentzsch retrophisch rgriff rjonesy rob_rix roryprior rosyna roustem rtrouton rustyshelf schwa schwieb sdw sethwillits siegel simjp simx siracusa slava_pestov smorr spolsky starredpost steipete stevenf stevestreza stormchild stroughtonsmith swiftonsecurity tapbot_paul tgaul thequinntaylor timburks timschmitz tjw tonyarnold twitter twostraws uint_min uliwitness viticci wadeco willco007 wilshipley wincent wooliegeek z31r4m zadr zcichy

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: