TBR for Tumblr on the App Store

Thank Science !!!   When the phone app implemented "Recommended Posts" it made the mobile app completely unusable. 7/10 posts were completely irrelevant to anything I was following on tumblr … and it would repeat those same posts over and over. It's so nice to have an app that just shows me the newest posts from the tumblers. I follow, no …

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Create email templates using Apple Mail on your Mac

This tip is for OS X. If you find yourself sending emails with the same content over and over again, create a template. Open email, click New message and type the subject. Enter from the email address and create the message. Do not bring any regards, but leave a space for it if you plan to use one. 19659005] <img …

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Mirror / CustomReflectable / CustomLeafReflectable

Reflection in Swift is a limited affair, provides read-only access to information about objects. In fact, this functionality can be better described as introspection rather than reflection. But can you really blame them for going with that terminology? "Introspection" is such a flourishing and acoustically unpleasant word compared to "reflection". And how can anyone pass the nominal sludge dunk off …

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Radio Ga Go by Queen on Apple Music

Few bands contained the pure excess of the 70's like Queen. The British Quartet died in the exaggerated pump of prog rock and heavy metal, as well as the vaudevillian music hall, deep into the camp and bombasted, creating a large mock-operative sound with layered guitars and overdubbed vocals. Queen's music was a bizarre yet unavailable fusion of macho and …

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The worst possible application

In this article, I deliberately try to write the worst possible application by breaking the primary application design rule: Keep the model and see separately. The purpose is to try to answer a question clearly: what direct effect does a program design pattern have on code? In an otherwise simple, clean implementation, will a program have obvious errors if I …

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Do not know about Justin Moore on Apple Music

Justin Moore hit Nashville in 2009 with a final picture. He was the good boy from a small town with a rowdy heart of gold that just happened to sing about it. Moore had grown up in tiny Poyen, Arkansas, where he worked at his cousin's cousin and enjoyed an archetypal American rural childhood. He started singing as early as …

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Apple, a champion of renewable energy – Phuket My Mac

Apple Earth Day with Greenpeace "In 2015, 93 percent of our energy came from renewable sources. And we are still looking for ways to get 100 percent. »Sa Lisa Jackson, Apple Vice President of the Environment. According to Greenpeace, Apple is leading "final grade" of "A" and a pure energy index score of 83 percent. Facebook and Google have also …

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