The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

September 9th, 2008

@gruber To me it sounds like the opposite of stilted: informal, kiddy.

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And is a physics genius the person you'd ask for music recommendations? Oh well, I guess it's like 64-bit highways.

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I'm sure they could come up with another localized filesystem hack so that a .app wouldn't be necessary. :-)

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@Twitterrific The other annoying thing about the alert is that it opens the page in Safari, instead of in the nice built-in browser.

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@Twitterrific Bad Apple. How about doing what Exposure does? Or put it inline (like The Deck) instead of an alert?

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Surprised that Apple chose to dilute their Genius brand. Or do they plan on replacing the real-live geniuses with an expert system?

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Right now: go on a trip with a little MacBook drive, buy some content, if your disk fills up you have to make a backup or throw it away.

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@georgedick I think in practice people wouldn't re-buy often. It's a safety net that would encourage sales.

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@Twitterrific Can you explain, or is that covered by NDA?

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iTunes should let you re-buy content for free, as with iPhone apps. Who wants to store and backup GBs of HD content locally?

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@Twitterrific I don't see that mentioned in the list of new features.

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@Twitterrific Stop alerting me about your other great iPhone apps, which consist of yourself and your premium version.

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@dsandler So that it can show the appropriate RTF file depending on your language.

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@cbowns Yeah, not sure why I need to update QuickTime to play the new video content. DRM goodness? iTunes itself works, however.

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@fetjuel That was sensible once upon a time. Using the Symbol font was a pain, and it messed up searching.

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Hey, I don't need to restart after installing iTunes 8.

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@fetjuel The ASCII ones aren't real inch and foot marks.

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The Nike+iPod uses curly apostrophes and double quotes instead of actual minute and second marks.

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