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Craig Hockenberry
HE WROTE THE FIRST TWITTER APP
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 23
Replying to @biorhythmist
SHUT UP I WAS HAVING A GOOD TIME WITH MOTHER THUMB AND HER FOR DAUGHTERS
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 22
Awhile back you asked about streaming audio players that behaved better with crappy network connections. I have something in TestFlight that I'd like you to look at: DM me here if you're interested.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 22
CAN SOME ONE LOOK UP MY FACE BOOK PWD FORGOT IT THX
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 18
Replying to @Patreon
I hope sees this thread and acts upon it - promotion is an essential part to all creative work. Smart creators understand that marketing is what keeps the wheels turning.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 18
Replying to @chockenberry
But the only way to do that is by paying for it ourselves - and even then it's convoluted (we have to setup a special account, etc.) It totally reminds me of the days when we had to "buy" apps for reviewers or get them the goods through alternate distribution channels.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 18
Replying to @chockenberry
We all know how a few good words from a prominent blog or podcast can benefit app sales. I suspect that the same would be true for a Patreon. We'd love to give people in the press free access to
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 18
Replying to @Patreon
The thing that is most lacking are tools to promote that content. It’s an all-or-nothing affair - you’re either a patron, or you’re not. It’s like the App Store before promo codes.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 18
So: a couple of weeks into running a new I’ve gotta say the experience has been pretty great overall. We’re still learning how to manage things, but all the content tools are working great.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 17
Replying to @RedQueenCoder
WHO STOPPED
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 17
Replying to @benedictevans
I was just thinking something similar: my work (and not work) is spread across many devices. I don’t have the time or inclination to average it out.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 15
Replying to @chockenberry
Get yours at:
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 15
Replying to @chockenberry
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 15
All the links are static snapshots and don’t always work, but they mostly do. And we did it for all the old versions of our sites. Not a bad way to spend a Friday afternoon:
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 15
TFW a search for something you’re working on today leads to a 20 year old memory.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 14
Replying to @cabel @jamesthomson
And taking a cue from James, it now includes a game in the About box.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 14
Turns out we’re ahead of the curve this time around, too.
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 14
Replying to @chockenberry
THIS IS GONNA BE FRICKEN AWESOME
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 14
Replying to @flyosity
Don’t forget to hook all this up so that it animates correctly during a view transition!
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 14
Replying to @chockenberry
On a more serious note: “UIKit developers can consider this information a preview of WWDC 2019”
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Craig Hockenberry Mar 14
Replying to @chockenberry
At least it will be easy to configure: view.glow = 1.0; view.flickerInterval = arc4random();
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