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

August 6th, 2021

Safari 15 vs. Vivaldi When Matching the Web’s Colors: https://t.co/nfDXNI3ds1 #mjtsaiblog

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Posts updated today:

Scanning iCloud Photos for Child Sexual Abuse
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App Store Feature Pro… https://t.co/ADOkcGKDsm

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@krzyzanowskim @nicklockwood @_iains A deque is still slow to remove from the middle.

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@nicklockwood @_iains Oh, that’s good to be aware of, thanks! I think the deinit loop should work and will look int… https://t.co/pnsgn5GRBQ

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@gruber @reppep @rmogull @dmoren @kvanh It sounds like Apple doesn’t even know what it’s adding because it only rec… https://t.co/efsX6mW4aw

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@mahapmanoj @nicklockwood I’m not sure there is ever a time when NSCache is the right choice. I don’t think a cache… https://t.co/YWYrgGjm6n

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@lapcatsoftware Yep, all these years later I still regularly see iMessages (both to and from me) that are reported… https://t.co/Jv3A8sZD3S

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@AIinformacao Sorry to hear that. I’ve thankfully not seen that one.

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@_iains @nicklockwood I don’t think a heap is really necessary and would add a log factor. In my cache, I use a dou… https://t.co/f2pnJRGImo

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@nicklockwood Yeah, looks like it’s now O(1) amortized overall since you drop half when it’s full.

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