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noir
    Evaluating the claims about the iPhone’s, we can get a lesson in understanding test requirements and goals. http://www.neglectedpotential.com/2013/10/iphone-touchscreen-accuracy/
    noir
      A detailed look at Jekyll apps, how they work, and what they mean for iOS and its users http://www.imore.com/jekyll-apps-how-they-attack-ios-security-and-what-you-need-know-about-them
      noir
        I wrote a little bit about my adventures on the beta for Vesper. http://www.neglectedpotential.com/2013/06/vesper-beta-collaboration/
        skabber
          If you liked What is a Provisioning Profile? Part 1, then check out Part 2 http://www.doubleencore.com/2013/04/what-is-a-provisioning-profile-part-2/
          noir
            Whether you need to test Location Services in your app, or you want to spoof your location in somebody else’s app, Xcode provides a handy tool http://www.neglectedpotential.com/2013/04/spoofing-location-services-in-ios/
            noir
              When comparing health insurance coverage, I find it’s best if the provider can express coverage using percentages for one kind of plan, and use dollar amounts for the other. Makes it really easy to compare the two.
              skabber
                I created a quick script to group all your @HockeyApp crashes into one @panic Status Board graph https://gist.github.com/skabber/5359320
                noir
                  Panic has a very nice, new app out today. But as nice as it is, the real value is going to come from what others decide to contribute. http://www.neglectedpotential.com/2013/04/panics-status-board/
                  noir
                    If my initial post about Apple’s advertising IDs and IDFVs left you wondering what to use in your app, @skabber has a deeper look at unique identifiers & what developers need to know. http://www.doubleencore.com/2013/04/unique-identifiers/
                    noir
                      Go home @sethclifford, you’re drunk.
                      noir
                        @dalton Glad you liked it. I’m looking forward to a more technical follow-up from @skabber geared more toward developers’ interests. // @rustle @iconmaster
                        noir
                          I’ve read a lot of incorrect information on Apple’s Advertising IDs and how “Limit Ad Tracking” works. Hopefully this post helps clarify some things. http://www.doubleencore.com/2013/04/what-apples-limit-ad-tracking-feature-actually-means-to-users/
                          noir
                            Now that Apple has closed the iForgot security hole, I’ve written an explanation of how it worked. It was a frighteningly simple hack. http://www.imore.com/anatomy-apple-id-password-reset-exploit
                            noir
                              @strike A-ha. Very interesting. Thanks!
                              noir
                                @strike 9:14? This is new to me. Do tell.
                                noir
                                  @strike Agreed. The type that get notoriety from their work, but then their work becomes talking about doing great things. Not a fan myself. Hope to always stay grounded in doing what I enjoy and sharing what I find with others.
                                  noir
                                    @strike What about making conversation?
                                    noir
                                      “Building and running a gigantic botnet & then watching it as it scans nothing less than the whole Internet at rates of billions of IPs per hour over & over again is really as much fun as it sounds like.” http://internetcensus2012.bitbucket.org/paper.html
                                      noir
                                        Relieved to see that people don’t just use ADN to talk about ADN anymore. Now they talk about Google Reader too.