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It's so just cloud! Full-stacker making the world's most interesting podcast app, Player FM. Previously Google, BT.
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Replying to @urbanthoughts11
I don't dispute that, but the quoted tweet is about buses?
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Replying to @Eastmad
It does show personalised recommendations. Would be better off to just remove the tabs altogether if they don't want to personalise it.
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Replying to @codefolio @peterc
Also headless web browser is a great way to generate images or animations programmatically.
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Replying to @peterc
Spreadsheets are a superb example of a "generic client" you can easily extend, widely used in enterprises as scrappy/stealth app infrastructure and maybe Slack will be used similarly.
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Replying to @Eastmad
Seems odd to get YouTube on every TV only to target young people using it for games and music. Maybe those are for a guest user (at least there's "latest" to cover news / current affairs in a broad way) but rigid categories is not a good logged-in experience imo.
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YouTube TV app has 5 fixed top tabs: Recommended / Music / Gaming / Latest / Originals. I never "watch" music or need to play it through a TV when there are smart speakers; I'm not a gamer; and I'm not on YouTube for the originals. Adaptive tabs would be a welcome update.
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 18
Replying to @simonw @github
I guess if users don't have 2FA and don't have a record of historical contributions, they are very rate limited. Email addresses and particularly email domains probably a good signal too. (But I can only speculate.)
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 18
Replying to @jtruk
Or a Japanese "o"
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @lehtimaeki
I had my GalliumOS install wiped on Chromebook too 😭 Which turns out to be what happens if you don't flash the firmware with a screwdriver and the battery drains. I was no longer in the market for a more modern Chromebook at that point and got a Jumper laptop to run pure Linux.
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @mapagella
(I mean the most recent/anticipated folders, not individual bookmarks, ie good chance of being shown what is needed at any time)
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @mapagella
Not necessarily. The most recent ones can be shown prominently on bookmarks bar (or some more sophisticated algo to determine which ones you need right now, eg based on time of day/week, site you're currently on, etc).
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @mapagella
I'd be interested to see an AI/algorithmic categorisation of bookmarks. So you can just bookmark anything of interest and you end up with automatic folders like "Japan Hotels" / "Docker" / "UK Politics"
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @mapagella
Some icons on bookmarks bar for sites I visit multiple times a workday + some other reference sites visited on rare occasions which can't easily be found via search.
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @levie
Steve Jobs felt the same way
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
A copyright trap by with theatrical execution. Google has made its own traps to catch out Bing in the past ()
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Nat Friedman Jun 16
πŸ‘‡ GitHub token scanning at work! We automatically detect and work with service partners to disable tokens that appear in public repos.
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @inventur_es
Yes that too. I don't think it can immediately replace apps because there's platform-specific params (eg ride tier, taking pets, wheelchair etc), but at least start by standardising on the base case.
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @hugorodgerbrown
Not happiness πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ. At least for the use case I mentioned though (and certainly others), SMS would be an acceptable workaround for users and economically feasible (apparently costing afew cents on a a transaction averaging probably $15)
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Twitter did good to monitor usage patterns and embrace them (also @ and tweetstorms). Not exactly the height of intergalactic rocket science, but we all know certain other big tech would have said nah we know what's better for you.
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!FALSE 😜 Jun 16
Replying to @mahemoff
Bottom line: If I show up in a city for one or two days, I don't need to install a litany of apps to book a taxi. Web apps work fine for this purpose. Just make it a PWA so I can get notifications the car is arriving, encourage home screen install, etc. (rant over βœ…)
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