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via www.youtube.com In this video (starts at 14:10), Steve Jobs talks about his vision for the future at the 1997 WWDC. I've been really unusually blown away by iCloud, not because of the technical considerations but because of the incredible execution. This video -- seeing that this plan has been on his mind for at least 15 years now -- just makes it more remarkable. I feel like I now completely understand Apple's strategy, and I can look back to the last 10+ years and see exactly how everything fits in towards one common goal. (I knew that iOS and... Continue »
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SAY Media has this tradition (I later learned that this was actually a national event of some sort) of welcoming employee's kids to work for a day, so of course I brought Maelys in, so that she understand a little... Continue »
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I was bored this weekend and looking for something new to play around with, so I wrote a single-serving site: How Fucked Is Muni? You pick a route, and it tells you how badly that route is performing. Right now, it bases this off of three things: How many delayed... Continue »
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via toucharcade.com I missed this a couple weeks ago when it was announced at GDC 2011, but I'm so excited to hear that "Out of this World" is coming to iOS. I loved "Out of this World"/"Another World" so much!... Continue »
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It looks like pagination is a new [marquee tag](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marquee_element). Now all hip websites like [Twitter](https://twitter.com), [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/) got a fancy infinite scrolling. Scroll down more, you'll get more tweets, status updates or contents. Just for browsing stuff, scrolling with space key (or petting your shiny trackpad) is good enough for those lazy people. Currently TypePad provides only paginations on monthly archive pages like [http://sekimura.typepad.com/blog/2011/02/index.html](http://sekimura.typepad.com/blog/2011/02/index.html). But you can make your own infinite scroll page by following these steps: ** Step 1: Create a new "Page" ** Go to "Compose" page and select "New Page" from Compose pull down menu. ** Step 2:... Continue »
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'Kimmie' is not my given name. My legal name is much longer and doesn't sound sexy when murmured under one's breath. Not like 'Kimmie' is oh-so-sexy but give this a whirl in bed, 'Hello, Khanh Kim Phuong Nguyen'. While you... Continue »
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My first post is about the Mac OS X Fonts dialog. For reasons unknown to me, the list of font families is not purely alphabetic. It seems so, until you get down to "Zapfino". Then, another list of alphabetically sorted fonts begins anew: Or perhaps Apple's loathing of Adobe just... Continue »
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I've been a Flickr user for years and love the service, but if I could be the Flickr product manager for a day, I'd fix this: I can't favorite my own photos. And you can't favorite your own photos. There is no technical reason for this. Flickr has simply decided... Continue »
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Last night, I said this: Writing Perl after months of coding in Python is really frustrating.less than a minute ago via web Benjamin Trott btrott And I thought I'd expand on it, as a couple of people had questions and/or... Continue »
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Dear KLM, Yes, my 3 years old daughter is a good client, with quite a lot or Miles compared to your regular 3 years old. That being said, she's not quite a jetsetter just yet, and as you are well... Continue »
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Blog: WaltPad
![Anne Joan](http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5219/5383907485_137289d7f1_b.jpg) Anne Joan Grayson was born this morning at around 1:30. Both she and Tabitha are doing fine. I'm pretty sure they said she weighed in at 8 lbs, 15 ounces and is 22 inches long. She is also... Continue »
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Para todo mundo que pediu fotos de minha barriga gigante. Continue »
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Today was Six Apart's last day. It became Say Media this afternoon. And end of an amazing company, and a start of a new one. A colleague said Six Apart was sort of like college. We all worked and played together, and over the years, we started bumping into alum around the city working at new ventures. We are still a group, and are having a big alum gathering later in January to all come together. Current Six Aparters will be with Say Media, but many of those I have worked with, especially from the very early years, have already... Continue »
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As the era of Six Apart comes to a close, and I look back on my almost five years here, there is a group that I feel deserves just as much recognition as the rest of us... plus some treats and belly rubs. I'm talking, of course, about the Six Apart Dogs. Dogs have been a huge part of the culture around here for as long as I've been on board. Like them or not, they've always been present. Most were well-behaved, but some would get their wild on from time to time, and that was ok. Sometimes we'd encourage... Continue »
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I've been trying to rationalize the decision, but it's clear what feels right to me. Continue »
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YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2010 に行ってきました。昨年と同様に今年も発表させていただきました。発表内容は以前もお知らせしましたように「テンプレートエンジンの移行」についてお話させていただき... Continue »
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Blog: Kokochi
Six Apart acquired by VideoEgg. End of an era since I've been with 6A pretty much since the beginning, working in that old dental office, hammering away on emails seated between the CEO and President. We used to all go to lunch together way back then. I got married and had a daughter while at 6A. I got to be totally open about who I am (i.e. a Burner), and got to work closely with Tokyo, my home. It's a new chapter, and this makes sense in many ways. But this is a biggie...no more "Six Apart" where we called... Continue »
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Blog: Dollarshort
Instead of taking days to write the perfect post about the Six Apart news (in case you don't know, Six Apart is now SAY Media), I wanted to simply jot down some of my thoughts while the news is still,... Continue »
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So last night, I was on the hunt for a TV. I found one on Craig's List that looked promising and after a few emails, I told the guy I'd be on my way over to check it out. He lives in the Haight, which is a short drive over from where I live in the Mission. I don't have a car though, so I started heading over there on my scooter. Knowing that despite my incredible ability to move large objects on my scooter (I once moved everything in my apartment to a new place using only a '79... Continue »
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