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amy
    Woooo! Update to UK Train Times! http://t.co/8Uqbg8REMp
    amy
      Can’t decide on silver or gold Pebble Time Steel. Silver stuff suits me better. But the gold one has more personality.
      amy
        Radar: Photos app: when dragging photos to Finder while photo is still downloading, drag appears to do nothing http://t.co/KrZbvUM2FI
        amy
          Radar: Photos app (Mac) doesn't allow dragging thumbnails onto other apps' dock icons. http://t.co/VzU3NzprE1
          amy
            @jasonkneen it’s even uglier if you run an old (ios 6 era) app…
            amy
              @ferebee Yes. In general, I want things to stay up to date, without requiring me to do anything. Flash just prompts me to download a DMG.
              amy
                I hate it when I buy an album off iTunes, and the metadata is so messed up I can’t listen to it as an album, but have to search per song!
                amy
                  @ffried Hehe. But they’re far from the only offender.
                  amy
                    @neilco I know that. But I don’t think that’s how many consumers compare value.
                    amy
                      Updates on the Mac. I want FULL automatic updates, no human interaction. Quit the app (if nothing is unsaved). I'm looking at you, Flash!
                      amy
                        @morrick Yeah, I know what you mean — but equally I can see why they do it. It’s not about value of the thing to the customer, it’s about perceived effort expended by the creator. Our society rewards perceived effort, not results.
                        amy
                          The same app can be sold to multiple people, so it seems to have less value. Just like you'd pay less for the bus cf a taxi. (2/2)
                          amy
                            On the "price of coffee vs price of app/song" debate: people place a higher value on something made just for them, like a coffee… (1/2)
                            amy
                              What’s apple’s stance on apps that recommend other apps these days? Still banned?
                              amy
                                February in seconds. (I know it’s late!) http://t.co/AKMbbfnIuF
                                amy
                                  Idea: Apple Apps subscription. Devs get money per use. User pays $10/mo. Opt in, free apps don’t receive money (but IAP does). Thoughts?
                                  amy
                                    Having pointedly refused to learn Swift for a year, the new stuff … … looks pretty good!
                                    amy
                                      My one second videos for May! https://t.co/dpPq9UZP6I
                                      amy
                                        On a day I have heavy theatre lights to carry, why _wouldn’t_ my car break down?