AR demos continue to look dumb. None of this makes sense unless presented via AR glasses.

This was at $15.50 with 10 seconds left, and I thought I’d bid $20. Shot up to $220 in the last few seconds! 😱

“But I still love Mac apps, and I still believe in them as works of art that people use to get their work done.”


Opened up some sample code from 2013. Builds with exactly zero warnings and works perfectly with no changes. I miss this.

I would add Stacktrace and App Dev Diary to this list. And Waiting for Review. “Best iOS Development Podcasts for App Developers”

"To help some of the newcomers make connections: name 5-7 things that interest you but aren't in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same."

Úll looks like it's going to be a blast this year:

If it didn't fall on my anniversary and in the middle of another planned trip, I'd be doing everything I could to go.

Computers operational in the Homebrew Computer Club, February 1977.

For those of you who used to be all "I wish I could just pay for Twitter...": You're on Mastodon now. And you absolutely can pay for it:

I’d love to work on one if I didn’t have two other active Mac side projects going on.

Oh, so I'm starting to collect a list of people who might be interested in a native Mac tootclient...

Feel free to toot'n'boost this.

This hotel has a working, fast wall Ethernet port. Sometimes life isn’t so bad!

We left Portland today. It was my first time visiting. Might be my favorite city in the US so far, and I can’t wait to go back.

I’d love it if this Mastodon thing worked out. I think the fact that it’s free and open source will help get users. But the team still needs money to survive. I’m in on Patreon.

Now I just need Twitterrific to rebrand as Tooterriific and I can switch to Mastdon 100%.


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