Hypercard! The Software Tool of Tomorrow! mdhughes.tech
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@hjertnes I post to my website using either Quill, Omnibear, the Micro.Blog macOS app, the Micro.Blog iOS app, Sunlit 2.0, or Indigenous. I think they’re all pretty solid.

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Planning a vacation in Colombia micro.davidhoang.com
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@hjertnes I post to my website using either Quill, Omnibear, the Micro.Blog macOS app, the Micro.Blog iOS app, Sunlit 2.0, or Indigenous. I think they’re all pretty solid.

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Patience = flavor. blog.schuth.xyz
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@hjertnes I post to my website using either Quill, Omnibear, the Micro.Blog macOS app, the Micro.Blog iOS app, Sunlit 2.0, or Indigenous. I think they’re all pretty solid.

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Vorto 1.0.2 michal.micro.blog
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@hjertnes I post to my website using either Quill, Omnibear, the Micro.Blog macOS app, the Micro.Blog iOS app, Sunlit 2.0, or Indigenous. I think they’re all pretty solid.

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How many British women want to have no children? mssv.net
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Is this the holy grail of stationery porn?

(OMG!!!!!!)

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A reader pointed out that Narrative First lacked an RSS feed 🙄 Forgot to reinstall after the upgrade in January. It’s all good now, you can find the RSS feed here.

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Our friends at Late Night Software just released Script Debugger 7. And I don’t mind reminding you that — even though we’ve been adding JavaScript support — Omni’s Mac apps are very AppleScript-able.

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TIL: If you pass nil from Swift to an Obj-C method that expects a nonnull id, it becomes an NSNull *. See also nshipster.com/nil/

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Have been playing around with React JS today... mind is melting.

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I think ‘@’ call outs don’t work on titled posts … so letting @modernlittleme know about this

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“Infinite Loop” was a poor choice from the start. In the shadow of Apple Park, it should be renamed “Apple Playground.” bitsplitting.org/2018/03/0…

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My coffee machine has been working flawlessly for over 13 years – and yesterday it started to make weird noises. I’m slightly concerned.

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Vero left ads and algorithms aside as a differentiator and people flock to it from IG & FB in droves. It’s remarkable and encouraging, even if Vero fails. Once you enjoyed your timeline without the fuzz will you go back and like it as much as you once did? Don’t think so.

handrow.micro.blog
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Oldpub. I just completed the first “working” version of my Wordpress XML-RPC server. It is far from perfect, and far from complete. But it works with MarsEdit for plain text posts.

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Is Vero a challenge to Facebook? chrisjwilson.me
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Loved THE SHAPE OF WATER even more the second time seeing it. So beautifully-crafted with wonderful performances with del Toro’s unique vision clearly on display. 🎬

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This classic article on source lists from 2005 by Sven-S. Porst is a good reminder that Mac UI has gotten more self-consistent since those days.

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Random Snaps johnvoorhees.micro.blog
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Stepping Back bornsleepy.com
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Too busy to put time into a discussion, but yeah I’m with Dave. HTTP has its place and shouldn’t be bullied out of the web by anyone. this.how/googleAnd…

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But of course they didn’t put the same level of care into how the screen flows around the notch. Details matter.

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Summer Memories micro.fiskeben.dk
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Who on Micro.blog has a podcast? I’ve love to listen. I’ll even gather and post a list.

I’ll start with mine: The Omni Show.

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Moon over Manhattan tgb.micro.blog
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How long do you think I should post on Tablet Habit?

1.) Once a day
2.) Every 2-4 days
3.) Once a week
4.) Less than once a week
5.) When you can

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Smart Reordering for UITableView holtwick.de
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The Holy Grail of Micro.blog chetjcollins.com
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I understand the app is in beta but Vero is a nightmare to use. Having to post things two or three times before they actually hit the feed, assuming you can even get the app to open, is brutal. It’s another silo for content and leaves a bad first impression to say the least.

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No, no, no, no and really no.

arstechnica.com/gadgets/2…

It never ends does it? The cross platform pipe dream. Is this how Google created the amazing AppleTV YouTube app?

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Why a billionaire’s Instagram alternative is suddenly so popular →

So how does it make money? The short answer is that it doesn’t — at least, not yet.

It’s sad to see users leave one silo for another. Vero too will follow the same path, as it focuses primarily on engagement.

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The Habit of Task Management jhull.micro.blog
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Looks like the inevitable bursting of the Facebook Live bubble is upon us.

Good.

What a waste of effort.

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Dogs in Food.
Dogs.
In.
Food.

Genius.

Dogs in Food.

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I just need to let a few arrows fly. simpleprop.com
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I love that @om coined “micro-pubs” in 2003 for the wave of professional media blogs, and now #micropub is the #indieweb standard for posting on your own small b blog https://om.co/2018/02/26/small-b-blogging-vs-big-b-blogging/

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Drove through Boron, CA, last week: world capital of Borax, and I guess one of the few towns named after an element of the periodic table other than gold or silver.

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Is Sharing Bad? Since the most outrageous and provocative things tend to be the most “viral,” they are the ones that explode across the social network, riling us up. Maybe sharing is the problem.

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Moving Slowly and Fixing Things paulrobertlloyd.com
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Finding Tyme to be quite nice for tracking time! 💻📱

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Google and HTTP:

The web is a social agreement not to break things. It’s served us for 25 years. I don’t want to give it up because a bunch of nerds at Google think they know best.

With a few hundred words, Winer has completely changed my mind.

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On the latest episode of the Accidental Tech Podcast, the hosts discuss a “tweet storm” by ex-Microsoft Windows president Steven Sinofski. His storm was 44 tweets long. Assuming Sinofski used all 280 characters per tweet, that’s 12,320 characters of tweetstorming. Ridiculous.

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Web developing/designing while on a trip. Check out the progress on #GitHub #webdevelopment

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From my blog in 2000: How to make a good sandwich in Seattle

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Micro Monday, calling out the other Simpson I work with at Sparkbox, @patricksimpson.

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“Yes, that’s it: spiritual connectedness is unlikely to happen in hyperdrive.”Julian Summerhayes on Slowing Down

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In 2014 my wife and I walked over 600 miles of the Camino de’ Santiago in northern Spain. Aside from being a life changing couple of months, I also came away with a walking a practice that I’ve stuck to ever since. thaddeushunt.com/slowing-d… 🚶🏻‍♂️

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If I had an iPad, I’d also have an Apple Pencil.
If I had an Apple Pencil, I’d also have a Kaweco Apple Pencil Sleeve (in black or Anthracite).

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Disneyworld Day 6: Epcot mssv.net
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For this Micro Monday I’d like to recommend @kitt she has interesting posts but also posts great photos of the places she visits and her experiences. Following her feels like Instagram on micro.blog!
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For this Micro Monday I’d like to recommend @kitt she has interesting posts but also posts great photos of the places she visits and her experiences. Following her feels like Instagram on micro.blog!
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For this Micro Monday I’d like to recommend @kitt she has interesting posts but also posts great photos of the places she visits and her experiences. Following her feels like Instagram on micro.blog!
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For this Micro Monday I’d like to recommend @kitt she has interesting posts but also posts great photos of the places she visits and her experiences. Following her feels like Instagram on micro.blog!
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For this Micro Monday I’d like to recommend @kitt she has interesting posts but also posts great photos of the places she visits and her experiences. Following her feels like Instagram on micro.blog!
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We’re discovering the future as we build it.
Brett Simmons on micro.blog and why it matters.

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A blog post regarding a bug that I think affects numerous iPad apps, along with code to fix it:

www.virtualsanity.com/201802/ma…

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Excellent post from Brent on why Mb is different. Completely agree on the timeline (2005) and that @replies need help. No rush to get these things bottomed out. Good that they are being considered though.

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On Unpublished Thoughts 512pixels.net
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