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November 10th, 2016

@handcoding @MitchWagner CrashPlan lets you turn off realtime filesystem monitoring, so I don’t see this sort of CPU activity with it.

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@lapcatsoftware My reaction exactly. I could live with it. But the older ones, I liked.

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@lapcatsoftware The results wouldn’t make you happy, anyway.

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@McCloudStrife Also, the older post I linked to lamented the poor documentation of the lower-level power assertion APIs.

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@McCloudStrife Talking about power assertions. Docs you linked to talk about user doing stuff, which doesn’t literally apply in this case.

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@McCloudStrife Yep, although I think he makes a good point about it not actually being user-initiated.

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How to Read the Swift Standard Library Source: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/11/1…

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Computational Photography and the Pixel: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/11/1…

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Hardware Is Sexy, But It’s Software That Matters: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/11/1…

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