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

September 26th, 2013

@nriley I see. Weren’t there some PowerBooks that used to be able to open to that angle, almost flat?

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@nriley You put the screen flat on the table where you can’t really see it?

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@chuanp I guess I’ll naturally get to try that once my phone finishes updating to 7.0.2. Thanks.

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@DanFrakes OTOH, if I wanted to type a lot, the 11-inch MacBook Air’s screen shows a lot more, and typing and pointing are more ergonomic.

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@DanFrakes Yeah, since I can’t really do work on it, I have no need for a keyboard.

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I’m liking Downcast so far, but since using a third-party podcast player the lock screen and Control Center lose track of what’s playing.

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@DanFrakes I guess the stumbling block for me is that neither my coding nor tech support is really possible on an iPad.

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@kevinhoctor Because of RAM? My stats indicate that less than 7% of customers on 10.6 can’t run 64-bit.

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@kevinhoctor Yes, but 10.7 only requires a Core 2 Duo and 2 GB of RAM. Seems like that wouldn’t exclude very many.

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@kevinwalzer The current OS version always has the majority of my customers, plus OS bugs to work around and new APIs to take advantage of.

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@kevinhoctor Will be interesting to see what happens to the 10.6 numbers when 10.9 ships. So far they are still almost as high as 10.7.

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I wonder why the Downcast Mac app wants to access the “iCab” information in my keychain.

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@kevinhoctor No. Within the past few months, all my apps now require 10.5 or 10.6. But lots of people run old versions on old OS versions.

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@uliwitness SpamSieve has both a higher percentage of users on 10.4 and 10.9 than in between, compared with my other products.

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I now have more customers on Mavericks than Tiger.

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