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June 29th, 2016

Input Masks: Violating User Expectations: https://t.co/mWJxRQL5t9 #mjtsaiblog

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Safari 10 Brings Native App Extensions: https://t.co/1F0VatrYKt #mjtsaiblog

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Safari 10 Brings Native App Extensions: https://t.co/1F0VatrYKt #mjtsaiblog

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Safari 10 Brings Native App Extensions: https://t.co/1F0VatrYKt #mjtsaiblog

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Safari 10 Brings Native App Extensions: https://t.co/1F0VatrYKt #mjtsaiblog

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A Year of Windows Kernel Font Fuzzing: https://t.co/SUZt3zAmlC #mjtsaiblog

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Vintage Macworld Magazine Library: https://t.co/HvcV3n50CH #mjtsaiblog

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Updated post: “Xcode 8 Tips and Issues” https://t.co/3XwWspS4q4 #mjtsaiblog

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Updated post: “Script Debugger 6” https://t.co/H0e5n1bW6r #mjtsaiblog

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Updated post: “Homescreen Sharing App Rejected From App Store” https://t.co/RtF5LFiz9N #mjtsaiblog

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Updated post: “Dropbox API v2” https://t.co/HbyXKLoaz5 #mjtsaiblog

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Updated post: “Gatekeeper Path Randomization” https://t.co/xc5NjjzJnQ #mjtsaiblog

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@cocoadog I’ve been seeing this for a few months. Only actual receipt (list of items and prices) is if you go to the Web site.

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Now, instead of what I ordered, the e-mail includes a bunch of Bargain Recommendations that I didn’t order.

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I preferred when Amazon would send order confirmation e-mails that included all the items ordered. Much better for searching later.

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