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Apple in 2022: The Six Colors report card
Apple in 2022: The Six Colors report card
It’s time for our annual look back on Apple’s performance during the past year, as seen through the eyes of writers, editors, developers, podcasters, and other people who spend an awful lot of time…
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Apple in 2022: The Six Colors report card
Recently read a tweet pondering that maybe most software we've built could just... — Micro Matt
Recently read a tweet pondering that maybe most software we've built could just... — Micro Matt
What if we took social media a little less seriously -- even the "better" solutions like the #fediverse? What if we didn't worry about "changing the world" with some new startup idea, and instead improved life for a few people? What if we just made cool shit online that could help pay our bills and then we do something new when that gets old? What if we forgot the 1990s-2020s delusion that the information superhighway was go...
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Recently read a tweet pondering that maybe most software we've built could just... — Micro Matt
The Practicality of Art in Software
The Practicality of Art in Software
I’ve been following with great interest this series of articles by John Gruber (and Matt Birchler’s related story) about the chasm between iOS and Android apps. I have some thoughts since expanding my app knowledge beyond iOS and iPadOS is one of my goals for 2023. About a month ago, during my holiday break, I
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The Practicality of Art in Software
Things 3.17 Overhauls the App’s Shortcuts Actions
Things 3.17 Overhauls the App’s Shortcuts Actions
Things 3.17 is out for iPhone, iPad, and Mac with greatly expanded support for Shortcuts. That opens up a much wider variety of possible automations than ever before. It’s a lot to take in at once, but I’ve been playing with these actions since the end of last year, so I thought I’d highlight what
·macstories.net·
Things 3.17 Overhauls the App’s Shortcuts Actions
CHM is Partnering with The Verge to Look at Critical Innovations in Technology History - CHM
CHM is Partnering with The Verge to Look at Critical Innovations in Technology History - CHM
Mountain View, CA – Jan. 19, 2023: The Computer History Museum, the leading museum exploring the history of computing and its impact on the human experience, announced a partnership with The Verge this year to explore some of the most important innovations that changed the future of technology and the world. A respected tech news …
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CHM is Partnering with The Verge to Look at Critical Innovations in Technology History - CHM
The Initial iPhone SDK
The Initial iPhone SDK
As noted by Craig Hockenberry, it has been a full decade since Apple shipped the first version of the iPhone SDK to developers. It’s hard to remember today that, in the beginning, the iPhone didn’t have third-party apps. It came with a handful of built-in apps written by Apple for things like checking stocks and
·macstories.net·
The Initial iPhone SDK
2007 • furbo.org
2007 • furbo.org
furbo.org is Craig Hockenberry's place to write for the web. He makes app and runs websites.
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2007 • furbo.org