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Bob Burrough on Twitter: "@handleym99 @the_jannis AR isn't a bridge. It's a dead end."
AR isn't a bridge. It's a dead end.

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "Thanks @apple . We know you’re trying to hurt the spammers, but this is also hurting a lot of legitimate businesses 9/9"
Thanks @apple . We know you’re trying to hurt the spammers, but this is also hurting a lot of legitimate businesses 9/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "Our customers came to us because they’re not app developers. They want a branded app. We worked hard building a platform to provide that 8/9"
Our customers came to us because they’re not app developers. They want a branded app. We worked hard building a platform to provide that 8/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "And let’s just go back to the beginning for a sec. There is *no* reasonable company who would remotely consider this business model. 7/9"
And let’s just go back to the beginning for a sec. There is *no* reasonable company who would remotely consider this business model. 7/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "Now that we’ve thoroughly confused my customer’s customers maybe a small fraction who *get it* will actually use the app… maybe 6/9"
Now that we’ve thoroughly confused my customer’s customers maybe a small fraction who *get it* will actually use the app… maybe 6/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "But next session they have to find the app in home screen. They don’t remember the app because it’s not branded. They’re confused 5/9"
But next session they have to find the app in home screen. They don’t remember the app because it’s not branded. They’re confused 5/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "After they find that company app, they have to login with credentials we give them. Next time we can default to that app (at least) 4/9"
After they find that company app, they have to login with credentials we give them. Next time we can default to that app (at least) 4/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "After finding and installing, those customers (who remain) run the app and then either scroll to find or search for the actual company 3/9"
After finding and installing, those customers (who remain) run the app and then either scroll to find or search for the actual company 3/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "All of my white label app customers tell their customers to search for said generic container app written by my company 2/9"
All of my white label app customers tell their customers to search for said generic container app written by my company 2/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "What’s really crazy to me is that @Apple is telling their support people to suggest a “container” app, so let’s follow that logic 1/9"
What’s really crazy to me is that @Apple is telling their support people to suggest a “container” app, so let’s follow that logic 1/9

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Todd Ditchendorf on Twitter: "Just re-read "Domain Driven Design" by Eric Evans. I thought it was fantastic. Recommended. I took some notes here: https://t.co/91UCUwPjBY"
Just re-read "Domain Driven Design" by Eric Evans. I thought it was fantastic. Recommended. I took some notes here: https://t.co/91UCUwPjBY

— Todd Ditchendorf (@iTod) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Rob Mathers on Twitter: "@mjtsai Long pressing an image also displays the alt-text, if there is any. Cc: @bzamayo"
Long pressing an image also displays the alt-text, if there is any.
Cc: @bzamayo

— Rob Mathers (@robmathers) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Spectral Hooker on Twitter: "I started using @BBEdit in 1995, and I still use it daily. Great to see Bare Bones still making software that doesn’t suck. ;)"
I started using @BBEdit in 1995, and I still use it daily. Great to see Bare Bones still making software that doesn’t suck. ;)

— Spectral Hooker (@chuckdude) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Gus Mueller on Twitter: "Just bought @bbedit 12 before actually downloading it. I’ve used previous versions every damn day, so why would I not own v12 too?"
Just bought @bbedit 12 before actually downloading it. I’ve used previous versions every damn day, so why would I not own v12 too?

— Gus Mueller (@ccgus) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Simone Manganelli on Twitter: "I fucking hate it when articles like this veer into personality exposés. "with […] a thin, undeliberate beard" WTF https://t.co/zMTeMKTgqZ"
I fucking hate it when articles like this veer into personality exposés. "with […] a thin, undeliberate beard" WTF https://t.co/zMTeMKTgqZ

— Simone Manganelli (@simX) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Airspeed Velocity on Twitter: "@mjtsai If only they’d thought to ask someone who doesn’t think their preferred silver bullet is a silver bullet."
If only they’d thought to ask someone who doesn’t think their preferred silver bullet is a silver bullet.

— Airspeed Velocity (@AirspeedSwift) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
BBEdit on Twitter: "BBEdit 12 is here! Ready for High Sierra, dark theme support, Canonize, column commands, too much more to list here. https://t.co/YryFUoxYGn"
BBEdit 12 is here! Ready for High Sierra, dark theme support, Canonize, column commands, too much more to list here. https://t.co/YryFUoxYGn

— BBEdit (@bbedit) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Matt Long on Twitter: "Apple drawing line in sand for white label apps. Can’t submit apps that only differ by content now. Found out the hard way today https://t.co/KbkHKCZNte"
Apple drawing line in sand for white label apps. Can’t submit apps that only differ by content now. Found out the hard way today pic.twitter.com/KbkHKCZNte

— Matt Long (@perlmunger) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@howardnoakley Thanks for the correction. Sorry, @rtrouton!"
Thanks for the correction. Sorry, @rtrouton!

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 12, 2017
mjtsai  Twitter 
october 2017
Nate Cook 🍂 on Twitter: "@nicklockwood @AirspeedSwift @cocoaphony Just remembered: it was throwing, not escaping. The non-throwiness of the default isn't exported, so you'd have to use try! every time"
Just remembered: it was throwing, not escaping. The non-throwiness of the default isn't exported, so you'd have to use try! every time

— Nate Cook 🍂 (@nnnnnnnn) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "@nnnnnnnn @AirspeedSwift @cocoaphony I fear this is the inherent problem with an open process, that it tends to always produce the most complex, least opinionated solution."
I fear this is the inherent problem with an open process, that it tends to always produce the most complex, least opinionated solution.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Nate Cook 🍂 on Twitter: "@AirspeedSwift @nicklockwood @cocoaphony Another idea was to provide a default closure that would use the new value, but that didn't work because of escaping semantics (I think)"
Another idea was to provide a default closure that would use the new value, but that didn't work because of escaping semantics (I think)

— Nate Cook 🍂 (@nnnnnnnn) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "@griotspeak That doesn’t sound like Apple. I think the only reason they haven’t built a killer app is because they couldn’t think of one."
That doesn’t sound like Apple. I think the only reason they haven’t built a killer app is because they couldn’t think of one.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Ryan Jones on Twitter: "@mixpanel iPhone Plus approx mix of sales. via https://t.co/WeENEdkALL 6: 23% 6S: 28% 7: 40% 8: 60% This is a HUGE deal (pending iPhone X)."
iPhone Plus approx mix of sales. via https://t.co/WeENEdkALL
6: 23%
6S: 28%
7: 40%
8: 60%
This is a HUGE deal (pending iPhone X).

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Ryan Jones on Twitter: "For the first time ever, the big screen iPhone Plus is more popular (via @mixpanel). https://t.co/m6ugZ1VIeW"
For the first time ever, the big screen iPhone Plus is more popular (via @mixpanel). pic.twitter.com/m6ugZ1VIeW

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "So is Tim Cook just waiting for 3rd party devs to figure out AR? Does he know he's the CEO of the most valuable tech company on the planet? https://t.co/U6GxJKbWsV"
So is Tim Cook just waiting for 3rd party devs to figure out AR? Does he know he's the CEO of the most valuable tech company on the planet? https://t.co/U6GxJKbWsV

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Ole Begemann on Twitter: "@pedantcoder Thanks for all the Dispatch knowledge you dropped on swift-evolution in recent weeks. Very enlightening!"
@pedantcoder Thanks for all the Dispatch knowledge you dropped on swift-evolution in recent weeks. Very enlightening!

— Ole Begemann (@olebegemann) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "Good thread. Sums up my feelings about Apple’s AR endeavors. Shipping tech without a compelling use case is a worrying new trend for Apple. https://t.co/T0yhkAz73b"
Good thread. Sums up my feelings about Apple’s AR endeavors. Shipping tech without a compelling use case is a worrying new trend for Apple. https://t.co/T0yhkAz73b

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "@the_jannis The iPhone was created with 25k employees and with none of Apple's current revenue. Apple currently has 125k employees and $250B in cash."
The iPhone was created with 25k employees and with none of Apple's current revenue. Apple currently has 125k employees and $250B in cash.

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "“How can we make a glass look flat? It’s a cylinder.” “Well, the dictionary says flat can mean ‘dull and lifeless’…” “Cool, let’s do that.” https://t.co/GAiQlLSzse"
“How can we make a glass look flat? It’s a cylinder.”
“Well, the dictionary says flat can mean ‘dull and lifeless’…”
“Cool, let’s do that.” https://t.co/GAiQlLSzse

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "Anyone who said "this isn't going to take off" was an idiot. It makes me wonder if Tim himself thought that."
Anyone who said "this isn't going to take off" was an idiot. It makes me wonder if Tim himself thought that.

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "Does it make any sense to browse your email in AR? Even if you could, how do you interact with it? Wave your finger like HoloLens? Dumb."
Does it make any sense to browse your email in AR? Even if you could, how do you interact with it? Wave your finger like HoloLens? Dumb.

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "Tim Cook doesn't get it. He understands neither AR, nor what made the App Store successful. https://t.co/hNpuqhEQH5"
Tim Cook doesn't get it. He understands neither AR, nor what made the App Store successful. pic.twitter.com/hNpuqhEQH5

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Chris Eidhof on Twitter: "The single Swift feature I'm looking forward to the most is conditional conformance. I think it's going to have a major impact on a lot of m… https://t.co/UtTLraLhUP"
The single Swift feature I'm looking forward to the most is conditional conformance. I think it's going to have a major impact on a lot of my code. Most immediate win would be conditional Equatable conformance.

— Chris Eidhof (@chriseidhof) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Spike ⛏ Rundle on Twitter: "Users: You guys planning to fix High Sierra?? Apple: Sorry, we got a whole team focused on this goggle issue. https://t.co/xhpVfPpvbN"
Users: You guys planning to fix High Sierra??
Apple: Sorry, we got a whole team focused on this goggle issue. https://t.co/xhpVfPpvbN

— Spike ⛏ Rundle (@flyosity) October 12, 2017
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october 2017
Emojipedia 📙 on Twitter: "🥃 Tumbler Glass before / after iOS 11.1 https://t.co/JkhPSTspGC https://t.co/DVHfMGdy4f"
🥃 Tumbler Glass before / after iOS 11.1 https://t.co/JkhPSTspGC pic.twitter.com/DVHfMGdy4f

— Emojipedia 📙 (@Emojipedia) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
David Smith on Twitter: "@timothyekl @frozendevil Yeah. New allows for if (null || tagged) to be written as if (obj <= 0)"
Yeah. New allows for
if (null || tagged)
to be written as
if (obj <= 0)

— David Smith (@Catfish_Man) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
David Smith on Twitter: "@frozendevil @timothyekl Depends on the platform. x86_64 is stuck with the old layout for now due to compatibility issues. New layout allows faster objc_msgSend."
Depends on the platform. x86_64 is stuck with the old layout for now due to compatibility issues. New layout allows faster objc_msgSend.

— David Smith (@Catfish_Man) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Tim Ekl on Twitter: "Did ObjC tagged pointer objects change since 2015? https://t.co/UZa8XfeyM7 says the tagged class index is in the LSB, but I see it in MSB"
Did ObjC tagged pointer objects change since 2015? https://t.co/UZa8XfeyM7 says the tagged class index is in the LSB, but I see it in MSB

— Tim Ekl (@timothyekl) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "I was excited to see they added a `merge` method for Dictionary in Swift 4 but looking at the API it's... not exactly what I wanted tbh."
I was excited to see they added a `merge` method for Dictionary in Swift 4 but looking at the API it's... not exactly what I wanted tbh.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Jesse Grosjean on Twitter: "Swift/CoreFoundation … I can’t concurrently access a CFAttributedString without crashing. Is that right? https://t.co/86Nmrrm7jS"
Swift/CoreFoundation … I can’t concurrently access a CFAttributedString without crashing. Is that right? https://t.co/86Nmrrm7jS

— Jesse Grosjean (@jessegrosjean) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Gus Mueller on Twitter: "Any other devs been seeing an uptick in Mac App Store IAP receipts not being written correctly in the past couple of days?"
Any other devs been seeing an uptick in Mac App Store IAP receipts not being written correctly in the past couple of days?

— Gus Mueller (@ccgus) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Tim Schmitz on Twitter: "@jsnell @gruber @jasonkneen @brod_ie @marcoarment @imyke @siracusa @caseyliss There’s a pretty big difference between “Subscribe for $15/month” and “Buy this $150 box for the opportunity to subscribe for $15/month”"
There’s a pretty big difference between “Subscribe for $15/month” and “Buy this $150 box for the opportunity to subscribe for $15/month”

— Tim Schmitz (@TimSchmitz) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Ole Begemann on Twitter: "Here's a nice Bash command that collects OS and Xcode versions for your next radar: { sw_vers; echo "---"; xcodebuild -version; } | pbcopy"
Here's a nice Bash command that collects OS and Xcode versions for your next radar:
{ sw_vers; echo "---"; xcodebuild -version; } | pbcopy

— Ole Begemann (@olebegemann) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Bob McCune on Twitter: "I traded in my old MBP to @Apple via @gogophobio. Was quoted ~$500, was adjusted to 0. Said it would not power on. This is a total lie!"
I traded in my old MBP to @Apple via @gogophobio. Was quoted ~$500, was adjusted to 0. Said it would not power on. This is a total lie!

— Bob McCune (@bobmccune) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Dan Luu on Twitter: "The weird thing about this is that MS employs many of the top names in mechanism design. It's not like "they" don't know this won't work."
The weird thing about this is that MS employs many of the top names in mechanism design. It's not like "they" don't know this won't work.

— Dan Luu (@danluu) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Dan Luu on Twitter: "Am I the only person who remembers MS's Q&A platform? Died for the same reason: points for any answer to any Q,incentivizing garbage answers"
Am I the only person who remembers MS's Q&A platform? Died for the same reason: points for any answer to any Q,incentivizing garbage answers

— Dan Luu (@danluu) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Dan Luu on Twitter: "In case you were wondering why there's so much junk in the app store: MS paid people to upload garbage directly to the app store https://t.co/StMpIFUAkp"
In case you were wondering why there's so much junk in the app store: MS paid people to upload garbage directly to the app store pic.twitter.com/StMpIFUAkp

— Dan Luu (@danluu) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Attila Csipa on Twitter: "Interesting to see how a couple of years ago, the developer HW of choice at QtWS was a MBP, whereas at #QtWS17 it's now clearly Thinkpads..."
Interesting to see how a couple of years ago, the developer HW of choice at QtWS was a MBP, whereas at #QtWS17 it's now clearly Thinkpads...

— Attila Csipa (@achipa) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
juan on Twitter: "a reminder that bill gates climbed a tower of paper in 1994 just to show how much data a CD-ROM could hold https://t.co/63fNJNXF1O"
a reminder that bill gates climbed a tower of paper in 1994 just to show how much data a CD-ROM could hold pic.twitter.com/63fNJNXF1O

— juan (@juanbuis) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Dan Luu on Twitter: "Internal vs. external perspectives on Windows Phone https://t.co/ADlQL21FdU https://t.co/TqVgTR2aO5"
Internal vs. external perspectives on Windows Phonehttps://t.co/ADlQL21FdU pic.twitter.com/TqVgTR2aO5

— Dan Luu (@danluu) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
John Gordon on Twitter: "Dissbling iOS 11 spotlight impacts app name search https://t.co/kOS3iAVvHQ. Pretty sure that’s new"
Dissbling iOS 11 spotlight impacts app name search https://t.co/kOS3iAVvHQ. Pretty sure that’s new

— John Gordon (@jgordonshare) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Steve T-S on Twitter: "Apple believes High Sierra's windowserver issues are addressed in 10.13.1 beta 2—I won't be drumming up the courage to try, myself, but YMMV"
Apple believes High Sierra's windowserver issues are addressed in 10.13.1 beta 2—I won't be drumming up the courage to try, myself, but YMMV

— Steve T-S (@stroughtonsmith) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Peter N Lewis on Twitter: "WTF is with Facebook Messenger? Don't send me an email to tell me I have a message and not actually tell me what the hell the message is!"
WTF is with Facebook Messenger? Don't send me an email to tell me I have a message and not actually tell me what the hell the message is!

— Peter N Lewis (@peternlewis) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Doug Gregor on Twitter: "@mikeash @Catfish_Man I, for one, would still like to see home nice hash combining functionality in the standard library to make it easy to write “hash” well"
I, for one, would still like to see home nice hash combining functionality in the standard library to make it easy to write “hash” well

— Doug Gregor (@dgregor79) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Becky Hansmeyer 🦉 on Twitter: "Some examples of ratings manipulation... https://t.co/PE8HB8MhAj"
Some examples of ratings manipulation... pic.twitter.com/PE8HB8MhAj

— Becky Hansmeyer 🦉 (@bhansmeyer) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Becky Hansmeyer 🦉 on Twitter: "Holy crap. If you search for “merge videos” on the App Store, the first 3 real results (not the ad) are all manipulating their ratings."
Holy crap. If you search for “merge videos” on the App Store, the first 3 real results (not the ad) are all manipulating their ratings.

— Becky Hansmeyer 🦉 (@bhansmeyer) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
jeremy liew on Twitter: "Evan Spiegel on why @Snapchat doesn’t “move fast and break things” https://t.co/9pb688ImLH https://t.co/b7lST3ariM"
Evan Spiegel on why @Snapchat doesn’t “move fast and break things” https://t.co/9pb688ImLH pic.twitter.com/b7lST3ariM

— jeremy liew (@jeremysliew) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Patrick Gray on Twitter: "Well holy shit. That's it. Kaspersky is 100% toast. Israelis owned them in 2014 and caught them in the act. https://t.co/R8sl1TM1p8 https://t.co/qvg9QiilxY"
Well holy shit. That's it. Kaspersky is 100% toast. Israelis owned them in 2014 and caught them in the act.https://t.co/R8sl1TM1p8 pic.twitter.com/qvg9QiilxY

— Patrick Gray (@riskybusiness) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Slava Pestov on Twitter: "Synthesized Equatable/Hashable for structs and enums has landed: https://t.co/E6SR0r2gHv"
Synthesized Equatable/Hashable for structs and enums has landed: https://t.co/E6SR0r2gHv

— Slava Pestov (@slava_pestov) October 11, 2017
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october 2017
Marco Arment on Twitter: "@AbrasMateus Yes. iOS 11 completely changed some fundamentals of UITableView that messed up a lot of my previous hacks and animations."
Yes. iOS 11 completely changed some fundamentals of UITableView that messed up a lot of my previous hacks and animations.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) October 10, 2017
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october 2017
mcc on Twitter: "- Twitter introduces favs - Twitter renames favs to likes - Twitter breaks likes - Twitter introduces favs https://t.co/u9eKY9u1IB"
- Twitter introduces favs
- Twitter renames favs to likes
- Twitter breaks likes
- Twitter introduces favs https://t.co/u9eKY9u1IB

— mcc (@mcclure111) October 10, 2017
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october 2017
Daniel Sinclair ⚡️ on Twitter: "@OhMDee I never really understood why repeated iCloud Authentication was necessary — once Passcode is active, the device is guaranteed to be yours."
I never really understood why repeated iCloud Authentication was necessary — once Passcode is active, the device is guaranteed to be yours.

— Daniel Sinclair ⚡️ (@_DanielSinclair) October 10, 2017
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october 2017
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@vinibarauna Fixed; thanks!"
Fixed; thanks!

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) October 10, 2017
mjtsai  Twitter 
october 2017
Mark Munz on Twitter: "The whole APFS roll out on macOS 10.13 seems completely half-assed. Among the worst “transitions” Apple has ever done."
The whole APFS roll out on macOS 10.13 seems completely half-assed. Among the worst “transitions” Apple has ever done.

— Mark Munz (@mmunz) October 10, 2017
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october 2017
Mark Munz on Twitter: "IMHO, Apple should have proactively helped SuperDuper & Carbon Copy Cloner prepare for APFS changes, addressed concerns."
IMHO, Apple should have proactively helped SuperDuper & Carbon Copy Cloner prepare for APFS changes, addressed concerns.

— Mark Munz (@mmunz) October 10, 2017
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october 2017
David Owens II on Twitter: "I'm so happy I moved my blog off of @medium long ago. This is ridiculous. https://t.co/eOQ8Wzb00C"
I'm so happy I moved my blog off of @medium long ago. This is ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/eOQ8Wzb00C

— David Owens II (@owensd) October 10, 2017
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october 2017
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