• Old screenshot — NetNewsWire 1.0.1. Borrowed from the ATPM archive: www.atpm.com/9.04/netn…

  • Here’s a sneak-peek Evergreen build. Not even alpha yet. Barely usable at all, and probably only by me. ranchero.com/downloads…


  • But her emails.

  • Went back to Xcode 9b4, since 9b5 doesn’t build Mac apps that use AVFoundation. We use AVFoundation.

  • Thing I just learned: -[NSAttributedString attribute:atIndex:effectiveRange:] will return the effectiveRange of where the attribute does not exist, if it doesn’t exist at that index.

  • I’m so old I remember when we had to make emojis with our own faces.

  • The Mooch is smoochless. pagesix.com/2017/07/2…

  • Jim Beam is the Pepsi of whisky.

  • I force-quit an app on my iPhone when it’s not working right.

    Then I just force-quit everything, since I’m there and I’m so very angry.

  • “I like people who don’t have blood cuts above their eyes.”

  • After all this is over, we’ll be left with the chilling question: what would we have done if these traitors were actually intelligent?

  • My Mom writes: “I know intellectually that the Internet has made it so that anyone can know every thing about anyone but I still had this romantic notion that the USA was still a place where you could shake off past failures and re-invent yourself as better.”


  • America is bleeding from the White House.

  • I’ve been at Omni three years, almost — and yesterday was the first time I did any iOS work. I’m surprisingly not at all bugged by it. It’s nice for a change.

  • I don’t know what is wrong on the inside of an adult who decides it’s a good idea to take health insurance away from 22 million people of their own country.

  • My calendar has zero events on it today. My happiness cannot be overestimated.

  • Foundation release notes found: developer.apple.com/library/c…

  • Unofficial Xcoders tonight. Planning to get to the Cyclops around 6:30 pm. Everyone within the sound of my voice is welcome.

  • Say the Republicans get their health care bill passed into law. Then imagine that someone you love dies — someone who would have survived under the ACA.

    Would you still be a good person then? I’m not sure I would be.

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