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It's easy to claim the pixels on your 1366×768 display are indiscernable when the most complicated object in your UI is a solid square.
America, this is how you fix your country and become great again, in just 20 years.
1) Double the salary you pay public teachers.
Wow. Grey hair “cured”. http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/1745/20130503/bye-gray-hair-researchers-find-way-reverse.htm … They didn’t even consider that in Star Trek. Reality > Science Fiction.
This is remarkable considering the Android security software was on a non-rooted phone. iOS couldn't have done that. http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18483866 …
Cocoa lesson: if you’re writing complicated code to do something simple, you’ve almost certainly overlooked something built into Cocoa.
After WWDC sells out next year, Apple should sell remote attendee tickets that let people watch the sessions live, remotely.
Now is a good time to remember that the web was invented by someone working on a NeXT machine. Not a coincidence. THANK YOU SO MUCH Steve.
[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] removeObserver:self] is bad, mmmkay.
Seriously Xcode, stop changing my xib files on your own.
The story is, guy's Samsung Note is stolen, but he has Cerberus on it and tracks down the thief, the police go to his place and recover it.
Today is becoming extremely expensive.
Put another way, each of the 881,198 British Columbians who voted YES owe the Federal Government $1,815.71.
Follow the trail: http://www.ebay.com/itm/WWDC-2013-Ticket-/330913450479?pt=US_Tickets_all_in_one&hash=item4d0bfa89ef … https://twitter.com/CGherb/status/178908737577295872 … http://www.ebay.com/itm/330697000570 … - it certainly appears to be him.
I went to WWDC on a student scholarship 3 times. Had I know it was going to become this hard to get a ticket I would have done a Ph.D.
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