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

October 10th, 2016

Thanks for the @OmniFocus TaskPaper/clipboard update: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/09/2…

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Apple and Kapeli Respond About Dash: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/10/1…

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@istumbler So you think they were posted by other accounts, and Apple determined they were fake?

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@tapbot_paul I wouldn’t do it, but I haven’t seen a rule against it. Seems like it would only be fraud if the reviews were untruthful.

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@tapbot_paul That might be weird, but Apple’s dictionary says that fraud is “wrongful or criminal deception.”

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@tapbot_paul I mean, are you not allowed to post thoughtful comments about another Twitter app?

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@tapbot_paul At first I thought they meant fake accounts posting paid-for reviews. But all the reviews were from the actual own account?

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@tapbot_paul Right. What makes a review fraudulent/fake?

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@TechWithMatthew I don’t know. Maybe. Still not sure where the fraud is. You’re not allowed to review other apps that are related to yours?

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The account reviewed its own 25 apps and 975 other apps once? Which part of that is fraud?

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Does anyone understand what the “1,000 fraudulent reviews” means in practice?

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@lapcatsoftware Pull-down: from the menu bar. Pop-up: button with 2 arrows for selecting options. Pop-down: button w/ 1 arrow for commands.

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@lapcatsoftware It’s well established that the OS supports both and that they mean different things.

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