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jaredsinclair
    A Very Narrow Usage of Storyboards Lately I’ve been struggling to balance the pros and cons of various view controller initialization techniques. There are three, none of which are perfect: Doing it All In Code - P… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1434…
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      Don DeLillo on Chickenshit White UI Design We ran into Murray Jay Siskind at the supermarket. His basket held generic food and drink, nonbrand items in plain white packages with simple labeling. There was a white c… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1434…
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        I admit I never understood what Manton found appealing about microblog posts until today, a week... I admit I never understood what Manton found appealing about microblog posts until today, a week into my Giving Up… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1416…
        jaredsinclair
          Imagining a First-Party Swift KVO Replacement My last post got me thinking: if Apple were to add a KVO-like service to Swift, what would it look like? I wish I understood more about how programming languages are created, and how comp… http://bit.ly/1VvfEyS
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            NSNotificationCenter is Probably an Anti-Pattern This week’s iOS Dev Weekly linked to a tweet from Ben Sandofsky about an important change to NSNotificationCenter in iOS 9: KVO and NSNotificationCenter. As I’ve joked on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ReITp0
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              Saving the iPad What follows is a very brief summary of what I believe are the biggest obstacles holding back the iPad and the App Store, and what I believe Apple can do to improve things. http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1331…
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                Time Zones Version 1.2 Available Today Version 1.2 of my Time Zones app for iPhone is available today. Here’s what’s new: New - Added home screen shortcuts to launch directly into Quick Check mode. New - Disabled a… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1324…
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                  Are You a Workaholic? A couple of months ago I discovered that I am a work addict. Work-addiction is a real condition that affects many people. I answered “yes” to nineteen of them. Twenty Questions: On weekends? http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1318…
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                    Thoreau on Self-Driving Cars To make a railroad round the world available to all mankind is equivalent to grading the whole surface of the planet. Walden is basically a Xanga in paperback. http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1316…
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                      Back to the Past Apropos of nothing, here’s a six-years-old post from a defunct version of my blog — apropos of nothing except that today happens to be a special day for Back to the Future fans and this post improb… http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1316…
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                        Mistakes A master is one who has made all the mistakes that one can make within a given field. Niels Bohr. http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1315…
                        jaredsinclair
                          Are You Rich? Back when I was a registered nurse I had an opportunity to volunteer at a field hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The earthquake had destroyed his school. I was dumbstruck. Was I rich? http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1312…
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                            Seems @jaminguy hired an intern at the @riposte headquarters while I was away in Bloomington. What a handsome dude. [photos.app.net]
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                              New Job Later in October I’ll be starting a new job as a staff engineer at Black Pixel. I’m looking forward to a new set of challenges and cool new projects. http://blog.jaredsinclair.com/post/1301…