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danielgenser
    “…existence (even in its great brutality) does not simply happen *to* us, but it is something we *choose* to respond to, in one way or another.” — Tragic Optimism by James Shelley https://read.typeengine.net/048b#issue/5101/article/~l87
    danielgenser
      @cano It was great! Believe it or not, in some ways the Seahawks played a pretty sloppy game for what they’re capable of.
      johngordon
        Dat: Git for data. [www.wired.com] Uses LevelDB. This is a very hard problem; it needs naivete and bold youth.
        danielgenser
          @jussipekonen you’re totally right — it’s either use IAP, or you can’t have a sign up mechanism for a paid, digital service. You CAN sign in existing account holders. Hence this approach. Physical goods/services are exempt, but can’t use IAP either. @skoll
          danielgenser
            @mttmccb check out The Magszine for the interaction. Color and type choices are set by each publication. @bazbt3 @typeengine @alphaefficiency @braincutlery
            morrick
              A reminder of what my novel, “Low Fidelity” is about. (Currently being serialised on Vantage Point Magazine) — http://morrick.me/archives/6195
              johngordon
                I'm disappointed that journalists haven't caught on to the modern plague of price obfuscation and concealment [notes.kateva.org] - a means to create information asymmetry and thus seller advantage. It is an economic disease spreading unnoticed .... #w
                danielgenser
                  @rabryst by the way, had quite a debate with one of our developers about a certain password security requirement you like. :-) may have some updates down the line. @braincutlery
                  danielgenser
                    @rabryst didn’t mean to sound defensive. Ha! @braincutlery
                    danielgenser
                      @rabryst yup! That was our initial rejoinder to Marco’s initial dismissal of the importance of a platform — app development is hard and publishers are not developers. @braincutlery