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Inessential By Anonymous on 14/02/2019 am28 02:14:00

Jonathan T explains how to activate Apple ID 2fa when you have two accounts. Short version: temp user on your Mac, SMS as backup, delete temp user, SMS keeps working. Read the article
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Two-Factor Authentication and Developer Accounts

Inessential By Anonymous on 13/02/2019 pm28 23:45:00

I just got an email from Apple that two-factor authentication will be required for my Apple Developer account. I have two accounts — one for personal use, one for development use — and so do lots of developers. I don’t know how to make this work. None of my devices are ever signed in to my developer account. That account exists purely for building and distributing apps. Read the article
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Inessential By Anonymous on 13/02/2019 pm28 20:21:00

Brett Terpstra writes about blogging, ethics, and thin skin. I’ve been reading Brett’s blog for years — I trust him, and he’s a good writer. I also use his app Marked pretty much every day. Read the article
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Inessential By Anonymous on 13/02/2019 pm28 19:28:00

Daniel Jalkut has bad news for Blogger users — Google is shutting down an images API. Colin Devroe reminds us not to rely on mega-corporations keeping our beloved services alive. They won’t. Read the article
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Inessential By Anonymous on 12/02/2019 pm28 23:14:00

There’s still snow everywhere — but the sun just came out, and I heard some birdsong, and I looked outside and saw a couple robins. Read the article
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Inessential By Anonymous on 12/02/2019 pm28 23:14:00

There’s still snow everywhere — but the sun just came out, and I heard some birdsong, and I looked outside and saw a couple robins. Read the article
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Inessential By Anonymous on 11/02/2019 pm28 19:07:00

Cliff Mass, Seattle’s favorite weather blogger, writes that the end of all this snow mess is in sight. Read the article
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Inessential By Anonymous on 08/02/2019 pm28 19:39:00

Cheri Baker writes about Spotify in Dear Podcasters…: I fear we’ve seen this scenario before. A biggish company decides that they’ll aggregate an immense amount of creative work and monetize it. They’ll offer you tools to make “sharing” easy, and at first the terms of service will be reasonable. But once they’ve eaten a big enough chunk of content, they’ll lock the gates tighter, change the terms of service, and monetize the audience. By that point, customers would feel locked into Spotify, and podcasters would be afraid to leave. Read the article
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Inessential By Anonymous on 08/02/2019 pm28 19:39:00

Cheri Baker writes about Spotify in Dear Podcasters…: I fear we’ve seen this scenario before. A biggish company decides that they’ll aggregate an immense amount of creative work and monetize it. They’ll offer you tools to make “sharing” easy, and at first the terms of service will be reasonable. But once they’ve eaten a big enough chunk of content, they’ll lock the gates tighter, change the terms of service, and monetize the audience. By that point, customers would feel locked into Spotify, and podcasters would be afraid to leave. Read the article
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NetNewsWire Roadmap 2019

Inessential By Anonymous on 07/02/2019 am28 03:05:00

Let’s look back at last year first. 2018: Evergreen to NetNewsWire As 2018 started, the app was called Evergreen, which I still think is a pretty great name for an RSS reader. I’d been working on it for about four years, on weekends and at nights. It was usable-by-me a year ago, and a few other people were using it, even though it was missing all kinds of important features. And then, some time in the spring of 2018, I thought to contact the folks at Black Pixel about getting NetNewsWire back. Seemed like a total longshot. But why not try? And they surprised me by being interested! In fact, they mentioned that they’d already been talking about it. I was clear that I wanted just... Read the article

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