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Craig Hockenberry
HE WROTE THE FIRST TWITTER APP
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Craig Hockenberry 10h
Replying to @gte @drance
Payback for those many years of a disembodied hand.
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Craig Hockenberry 11h
Replying to @gte
Hard to say.
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Craig Hockenberry 20h
Replying to @accannis
By 2006/2007 that product was EOL. It would have been an honor (I don’t think we had a copyright on the name - so long ago!)
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Craig Hockenberry 20h
Replying to @accannis
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Craig Hockenberry 20h
Some very interesting history on the _first_ app on the App Store. No app has been on the store longer. Our history is a short one.
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Craig Hockenberry 20h
Replying to @kocienda
Your point about slam-dunk-simple stands, of course.
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Craig Hockenberry 20h
Replying to @kocienda
You have to look at the purchase receipt that’s stored in the app bundle: grandfather based on version/date purchased. But there’s no linking against openssl to extract the contents of the receipt, so you’ll either have to do it with the web service or by embedding the library.
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 20
Replying to @panzer @siracusa
I rarely look at it full size, but when I do, that piece of tape _always_ cracks me up.
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 20
You have to turn 50 and get it as a gift from .
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 20
Replying to @panzer @siracusa
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 20
Replying to @panzer
WIN WIN
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 20
Replying to @panzer @siracusa
Show us the icon.
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 20
CAN YOU SNORT THE NANO CRYSTALS
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 20
New iPhone + Halloween =
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Jason IsBOO Oct 18
I make my feelings rhyme
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 18
I move electrons from your battery to your screen.
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 17
Replying to @rosyna
Yep, I've been getting into that documentation pretty heavily in the past weeks (esp. with regard to XML metadata delivery). What's interesting here is that Java (and WebObjects!) is such an important part of the tools that we take for granted (including Fastlane).
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 16
Not only is Java running on ARM, but so is WebObjects. (The java command includes -Dcom.webobjects.pid=XXXXX which is self reference.) Now that the iPhone has 5G it can run your enterprise.
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Craig Hockenberry Oct 16
Replying to @amyruthworrall
Oh my. java ... -Dcom.webobjects.pid=XXXXX
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@monkeydom Oct 16
Replying to @chockenberry
I am enterprise uploader.
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