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siracusa
    @mdhughes …he says via HTTP, a somewhat popular protocol designed to support arbitrarily extensible metadata.
    siracusa
      @canadianchris Follow the money, sheeple!
      siracusa
        @fain Maybe…but the PDF version is not made by me so I can’t vouch for its quality.
        siracusa
          @mcdado Difference between iTunes 10 and 11, not 11 and 12.
          siracusa
            @zev A pretty long time. Many years.
            atpfm
              69: Welcome to the Web, Casey http://atp.fm/69 Casey learns web programming, App Bundles as upgrade pricing, HFS+ (of course), Metal, and the next Apple TV as a disruptive game console.
              siracusa
                @eyes Short-term, low. Long-term, high. No effect on ARM likelihood.
                siracusa
                  @kimahlberg I do not. I don’t allow most push notifications.
                  atpfm
                    68: Siracusa Waited Impatiently For This http://atp.fm/68 WWDC reactions.
                    atpfm
                      67: Tim Said, Man http://atp.fm/episodes/67 WWDC predictions.
                      atpfm
                        66: Boiling A Pretty Big Lake http://atp.fm/episodes/66 Beats and headphone alternatives, Nintendo's situation, iOS 8 predictions, and the state of the iTunes Store infrastructure.
                        atpfm
                          65: The Year Of Casey http://atp.fm/episodes/65 Casey's big news, Monument Valley, Apple and Beats, and the crazy world of Javascript.
                          siracusa
                            @scottearle I’d see it in both places since I read my whole timeline on Twitter.
                            siracusa
                              @gaelicwizard @cmd @ciarand Whole lot of cord yanking, bad hardware, and malicious software out there… http://cl.ly/image/0E3v1z1W2w2X
                              atpfm
                                64: It Never Died Because It Never Lived http://atp.fm/episodes/64 Apple/Amazon as a net neutrality debate, App.net's grim future, Chrome beta's URL bar, and Casey goes open-source.
                                siracusa
                                  @zev Mine is in the basement. They are not too noisy, but I wouldn’t want one in the same room as me. I have a big one (8 disks) and a small one (2 disks).