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Apple CEO Tim Cook may have violated SEC rules with Jim Cramer email – MarketWatch

26.08.2015 02:00

Thomas Gorman:

The SEC will undoubtedly want to take a look at this

Good. They shoud look into stuff like this, that is the reason they exist.

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Peta Pixel

26.08.2015 02:00

Fantastic project!

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iTunes – Books – Apple Music

26.08.2015 02:00

Everyone that are using Apple Music, and are power users, or are tech support for their family and firends should check out this fantastic guide from iMore.

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What mobile ad blocking looks like in the real world

25.08.2015 02:00

The next version of iOS comes with a major new feature called ‘content blockers’ which will allow users to install apps that block trackers, advertisements and other unwanted content for the first time.

I can’t wait!

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Write better Markdown – BrettTerpstra.com

25.08.2015 02:00

Fantastic post about writing better markdown.

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5 Marvellous Words about Writing Only Writers Will Understand

24.08.2015 02:00

Atychiphobia strikes all writers at some point. Those who succeed are those who do not let atychiphobia win and keep writing no matter what.

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1Password 5.5 for iOS brings numerous updates and fixes – The Sweet Setup

21.08.2015 02:00

There are times when I prefer the MacStories [post][0] about a update to an app, and there are times when I prefer what The Sweet Setup are doing. The long and going into every single detail posts are great, but there are times when you just want the highlights. This one of the highlights situations.

Great post, great app.

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Drag and drop URLs into Dropbox, to store links alongside your files | Dropbox Blog

21.08.2015 02:00

Interesting idea, but I still prefer my text files, until there are a really good reason to do it this way.

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GitUp is now Open Source

21.08.2015 02:00

GitUp is a bet to invent a new Git interaction model that lets engineers work quickly, safely, and without headaches. It’s unlike any other Git client out there from the way it’s built (it interacts directly with the Git database on disk), to the way it works (you manipulate the repository graph instead of manipulating commits).

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mdless

21.08.2015 02:00

I wanted to be able to view Markdown README files quickly and pleasantly from Terminal. More often than not, I’m working in an iTerm2 visor window, so opening any app—including a simple qlmanage -p—will make my current view slide away. Not a big deal, of course, but it seemed like it could be easier.

Awesome!

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