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Hilton Lipschitz
Designer, Programmer, Writer by night, CTO of a Hedge Fund by day, Opinionated Aussie and Scotch lover all the time. Modestly Brilliant!
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Hilton Lipschitz Jun 7
Post: Working From Home ... 88 Days Later - on work-from-home workspace lessons learned by the non-tech folks at my firm
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Hilton Lipschitz Apr 28
Normally when US Jets fly over a city, bad things happen!
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Hilton Lipschitz Jan 31
Replying to @dnakajima1
An quite unusual steam leak (steam leaks are common, pressurized ones not so much)
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Hilton Lipschitz Jan 31
Beam me up Scotty, there is no intelligent life down here!
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Hilton Lipschitz Jan 31
Steam Leak on West 61st street
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Hilton Lipschitz Jan 31
Badass NY Sunrise today!
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Hilton Lipschitz Dec 31
“A place where a scruffy Wookiee can exist and sound eloquent, a princess kicks arse, soldiers wear white, and a tiny green mannequin is the most intelligent and powerful being in it.”
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Hilton Lipschitz Dec 31
I wrote a thing Con: Not a good piece Pro: The blog still works
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Hilton Lipschitz Dec 31
Post: The Theater was Empty - on how Star Wars changed things.
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Hilton Lipschitz Dec 18
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Hilton Lipschitz Dec 6
Sunrise this morning from the West side to Columbus Circle
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Hilton Lipschitz Nov 25
More thoughts on new MacBookPro 8-Core: - WiFi seems to throttle down after a sleep (TX Rate drops severely), off->on fixes - Weight, screen, size, do not feel much different - Back to the old keyboard with inverted T, fingers happy - Like the new fingerprint sensor Happy!
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Hilton Lipschitz Nov 25
New MacBook Pro 8-Core Day 1 Thoughts: - Double plus the performance of the old 4 core when compiling (6.5 mins to 3 mins) - Fans do come on early, never heard the old i7 fans - CPU *seems* severely throttled in clamshell mode (yet I still see double the compile speed, so OK)
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Hilton Lipschitz Oct 9
So, the Xcode issue where the GUI cannot see the STL headers exists in 11.0 as well, must be a Catalina issue then, will try 11.2 beta next /cc
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Hilton Lipschitz Oct 9
Rolling back Xcode 11.1 to 11 because the C++ syntax highlighter goes insane with errors because it cannot see the STL headers and that's killing my productivity. Will try 11.2 when it comes out.
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Hilton Lipschitz Oct 8
Hmm, Xcode 11.1 is buggy for C++: is unable to "find" the C++ STL libraries when editing a file and highlighting syntax. Finds them just fine when compiling. Feedback FB7359088 Submitted to .
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Hilton Lipschitz Oct 7
... And to all the devs who updated their apps for macOS Catalina, you are all brilliant and wonderful people.
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Hilton Lipschitz Oct 7
Thanks to al the folks at who put in all the hours to make the new macOS Catalina install so smoothly, run so well and contain such great features.
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Hilton Lipschitz Oct 7
Pretty easy upgrade to macOS Catalina - all my apps were already 64 bit, the new security alerts were over in minutes, and the only hiccup was to uninstall and re-install Xcode because the update failed.
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Hilton Lipschitz Oct 7
Hmmm, been an hour of this, hoping I’m not bricked!
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