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1Password for Teams

07.11.2015 01:00

This looks great, and I think it will solve a lot of problem for many teams, my only concern is the pricing, $4.99 per person per month can get really pricy.

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Awt Facebook Forcing Some Team Members To Switch From Iphone To Android

07.11.2015 01:00

I had a similar experience in 2012, my phone died, and I told my boss I’d rather have a iPhone than a Android. And my boss told me that he didn’t want that, because I was developing an Android app. I responeded by telling them to stop paying for my contract, and by ordering a iPhone 4S, and most of all: by looking for a new job.

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CGP Grey

07.11.2015 01:00

I have had the same feeling during the last few weeks, and I’m going to start doing something about it soon. The solution for me will be to set a hard limit on the number of podcasts I listen to, the number of sites I subscribe to, and the number of twitter followers I have.

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Dialing Down Cgp Grey

07.11.2015 01:00


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If This Article Was an Apple TV App, You Probably… | dot info

07.11.2015 01:00

Apple should know better.

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Muffin.works

07.11.2015 01:00

Very interesting.

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Stephen King, Not Just the Guy Who Makes Monsters – The New York Times

07.11.2015 01:00

There’s a story Stephen King can’t resist telling. He was shopping for cinnamon buns and potato chips one day when a woman approached him. She told him that she didn’t care for horror stories like the ones he wrote, and preferred uplifting stories, like “The Shawshank Redemption.” When Mr. King told her he wrote that, too, she didn’t believe him.

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Clang is the Next WebKit | kickingbear

26.10.2015 01:00

Guy English:

Clang appears to be following the same path that WebKit has. Apple switched over to Clang years ago and the pace of development of Objective-C accelerated immediately. A few years ago Clang became the default compiler for FreeBSD, displacing GCC. In early May Microsoft announced that they’re Bringing Clang to Windows. According to The Register, Microsoft will have a release of Visual Studio that uses Clang as the front-end to their compiler in November.

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Dot Info

26.10.2015 01:00

John wrote like a mad-man in the beginning of Daring Fireball’s infancy and he kept writing and kept writing until his audience trusted and supported him. That is what has allowed John to have DF’s current format of commentary on link posts with bigger pieces written in between.

I couldn’t resist to not go “Daring Fireball” on a post with that title. There is a place for both, and it all depends on what you want to do with it. My view is that you can do both, write original content, and link to the interesting stuff; the former is the hard part, linking is easy. But it is easier to get lasting readers with the former, and not so with the later; while it is easy to get more views with the later.

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Twitter tips for those who already use Twitter

26.10.2015 01:00

Glenn Fleishman:

Even long-term Twitter users are sometimes unaware of a few useful conventions and features. I’ve compiled several into this short post.

Great post!

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