Experimenting with the NBA League Pass free trial on Apple TV. Very poor "720p" picture quality. Many games not yet available.
@wooliegeek I keep every mail client installed for testing purposes.
@siegel Thanks for that info. Best to just let it finish?
Nothing keeps the fan going like com.apple.mdworker.lsb.0: [Assigning new unique identifiers to all messages]
Anyone traded in an old iPhone via Amazon? Good experience?
@annekate Seriously? I've seen probably hundreds of those banners, and 100% of them have been dudes.
@uliwitness No, it really did have a key.
@petermaurer That's certainly a red flag, although I hope the project doesn't get abandoned.
@leebennett The new one's nice.
The New Yorker for Kindle doubling in price, but will include access to other platforms. Paper seems cheapest now.
@ccgus A bit late, but congrats nonetheless!
@wbyoung It seems way more dangerous than a lot of the things that are forbidden.
Glad to hear that. Although this makes the sandboxing intentions/rules even more confusing.
@retrophisch Safe travels!
@grynspan Yeah. Then the next question is why the CyberPower is 1/4 the price of APC. There's got to be a catch.
@grynspan But I figure it must be more complicated than that or I would have seen way more written about this problem before.
@grynspan What I've read (esp. for Dell XPS but also Macs) is that certain power supplies will instantly shut off with approx sine.
@grynspan I've seen mixed reports saying that newer iMacs, Mac Pros, and Mac minis don't work properly with approximated sine wave power.
Wondering what the truth is regarding pure sine wave UPSs and Macs.
My MacBook Pro bag now includes a Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse. Should make computing away from my desk much easier.
OK, sysdiagnose does work. The "few seconds" in the man page through me off. After a minute or two it gave me a tarball.
@danielpunkass Looks cool, but does the keyboard shortcut work for you? Didn't on either of my Macs.
@uliwitness Imports, ivar/property lists, prototypes, forward declarations, externs, enum values.
@uliwitness I should say that my particular need is addressed via ThisService; just thought it would fit in nicely with what you have.
@uliwitness I sort many times per day in non-coding contexts (lists and such), but there I'm in BBEdit, which has it built-in.
@pbur Yes, that was nice. But I was talking about the Sort Lines command for text.
@uliwitness Cool. Have you considered adding a Sort Lines feature?
@optshiftk Yep, I've seen that, too. It auto-corrects less common correct words that I wanted to more common words.
@jamesthomson Reminds me of that time I thought none of my apps had crashed for weeks.
Customer: "We [App Store buyer] are the same users who have paid the same money as buyers on the site, and have the right to timely update."
@Schwieb It's been happening for me with Excel 2011 (14.1.3/110805).
@JeannieRichard Numbers does not do that. Excel does not do it for xlsx files (but everyone sends me xls).
Did you know that Microsoft Excel modifies every file when you open it, even if you don't save changes? http://t.co/vfQQTwxD