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

December 23rd, 2017

@airgopy @stroughtonsmith Probably a lot of the AIM code as the same. It just doesn’t work as well as iChat did. Th… https://t.co/OThs35E8Ir

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@stroughtonsmith @colincornaby That’s what I’m afraid of. I’m not a fan of UIKit apps. If that’s what the Mac becom… https://t.co/yPHblxP5KQ

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@stroughtonsmith Indeed, it took a long time to get AppKit and some of the apps that came from NeXT up to snuff. An… https://t.co/877mIi4Ftd

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@hhas01 @jamesvdm @stroughtonsmith That’s a nice dream, but in practice when Apple has tried to share code between… https://t.co/1jW3P2ClvF

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@gsapienza @stroughtonsmith Sync with your own devices is easier. Sharing photos with other family members is much… https://t.co/Iy8tzOnBoB

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@bxlewi1 @stroughtonsmith Sure, but there’s no obvious reason that fixing performance had to mess up the other stuff.

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@gsapienza @stroughtonsmith I’m not sure that Photos is actually better for the casual audience, either. In any cas… https://t.co/KKt8J3imFO

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@ianbetteridge @stroughtonsmith Agreed, but I think most of the features that are in both apps were presented better in iPhoto.

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@jamesvdm @stroughtonsmith Drag and drop, events, workflow for sequences of edits, certain types of edits, stars, s… https://t.co/MvkSl6AH63

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@stroughtonsmith Photos feels like it was designed for a scrolling demo, not for an actual photo workflow.

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@stroughtonsmith At least iPhoto never lost my photos or edits or failed when ordering print products.

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@stroughtonsmith Um, Photos is pretty much the *best* case example of a Mac app they’ve heavily revised/rewritten l… https://t.co/ZsEMmXMyRL

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@TylerLoch @stroughtonsmith The drag and drop problems occur even for photos that do exist locally.

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@stroughtonsmith Aside from performance and syncing, iPhoto was more functional than Photos in just about every way.

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@stroughtonsmith To me, Messages is an OK Mac app. Slow, not very powerful, feels like an iOS app brought back to the Mac.

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