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duerig
    @matigo @misterpoppet I like the idea of patter as well. :)
    duerig
      Woohoo! @phoneboy recommended that people follow me! He is the first one to do so on @discoveradn. I guess I need to stop trash-talking him behind his back now. >:)
      duerig
        @matigo @phoneboy Sure, pencil-necks may swear by their precious "erase" feature. But we all know that is just a crutch for losers. Pens are way more hard core and elite. Pens 4 ever!
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          @laurakalbag If I had a consistent designer I could collaborate with, I would avoid the frameworks or work with the designer to customize them to suit the design. But for a lone non-designer like me, they let me make a quick webapp that doesn't look 1995.
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            @toki_app You should consider getting a new certificate or just avoiding TLS. Big scary warnings about certificates are bad on a landing page. :) Best of luck with your app.
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              @matigo If you are backlogged that far, I'd start releasing them more often. I know that I've been wanting to listen more frequently than you've aired.
              duerig
                @matigo Ah. Well, you didn't specify what the harassment was about. @tangentworlds, @spacecab, and @johngordon are three people I'd want to hear on @discoveradn. :-)
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                  @0xmf Ah. So you need to switch to Perl, then. :-)
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                    @matigo There are advantages to buying a phone from the hardware company with the most clout: they can bargain from a position of strength and where their interests coincide with yours, the phone company can be bypassed.
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                      @sethclifford I care so little, I don't even notice when it happens. :-)
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                        @grosvenor The grid generation still needs tweaking. I just finished a board where fifteen of the twenty-one possible words were 'oath' or 'oaths' :)
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                          @oluseyi @0xmf @aaandy Disagree. The behavior he is mocking is common and also irrational. People valuing the gadget (hardware) more than what the gadget can do (software) is a crazy bias.
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                            @aaandy @0xmf Dance, Internet! Dance for my amusement. I promise to maybe turn off my ad blocker some day.
                            aaandy
                              I AM A SELF ENTITLED INTERNET CITIZEN. GIVE ME YOUR THINGS FOR FREE, INTERNET COMPANIES. EXCUSE ME WHILE I GIVE APPLE MORE MONEY, AGAIN.
                              duerig
                                @spacecab Yeah. That cone of shame cost about three hundred dollars all told. They had to stitch and insert a drain to make sure no abcess formed. We are lucky that we can afford it. @philg had worse luck with two strays he found in Brazil. :/
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                                  @spacecab He is an outside kitty who gets into fights. We are pretty sure that he is the bully because his wounds are always on his chest and neck rather than his back.
                                  duerig
                                    Poor kitty. The cone of shame is awful. Image [photos.app.net]
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                                      I now understand why average users don't write reviews for their iOS app store purchases. There is no feedback. You submit your review to a black hole and it disappears for weeks, or possibly forever. Let alone learning when people find it helpful.
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                                        @isaiah Are they working on iPhone apps instead? Or do they do non-iOS stuff (web? Windows Phone?)?