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Matthew Cassinelli
Making Siri Shortcuts videos on YouTube 📲 Podcasting on , writing about tech for , . Prev. team,
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Matthew Cassinelli 2h
Replying to @tjluoma
I’ll have to make a list ;) I’d imagine showing it all might be overload, so instead it’s based on what you use
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Matthew Cassinelli 3h
Replying to @mattcassinelli
Last hour to vote – should have mentioned this is PST too
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Matthew Cassinelli 5h
Hot new tech for 2019
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Matthew Cassinelli 5h
Replying to @can
This is all in beginning stages but have you looked at Siri Shortcuts? It seems an easy way to get into programming and even brings some capabilities that were locked for developers down to regular people too. I’m not a developer, but I can build my own programs
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Matthew Cassinelli 5h
Replying to @tjluoma
It’s a Siri Shortcut, donated once I open it
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Matthew Cassinelli Nov 16
[Poll] When should I do Shortcuts livestreams?
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Matthew Cassinelli 5h
Not for the faint of heart 😉
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Matthew Cassinelli 21h
Replying to @clevercode
Interesting, will try this weekend
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Matthew Cassinelli 22h
Replying to @clevercode
Not possible right now - totally needs to happen though
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Matthew Cassinelli 22h
Replying to @film_girl
Breaking: this strong guy can destroy thin electronics
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Matthew Cassinelli 22h
Replying to @endoran1
Thanks, the text was backwards live so I was like wait crap. I’m not sure about YouTube, it might affect the algorithm and these are also vertical. I’m interested in live streaming there too but that’s more setup.
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Kofie Nov 15
Never deleting Twitter 😂 
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Matthew Cassinelli 22h
Guys all of The Office is on sale for $30 on iTunes (if you’re on Apple stuff). Based on this thread, I thought you should know
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Matthew Cassinelli 22h
Replying to @mattcassinelli
Come for the testing, stay for the mistakes! Twitter makes it really weird to learn how Periscope works in real-time – would love any suggestions if you have them. I’ll also add my small microphone next time since I don’t need to hear any audio myself & it takes over the output
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Matthew Cassinelli 23h
Building Siri Shortcuts on my iPad Pro!
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Matthew Cassinelli 23h
Replying to @imyke
Your positivity is something I keep in mind all the time making my stuff. I really appreciate it
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Matthew Cassinelli 23h
I think the ergonomics is a slight benefit, but also sitting in the same position all day with your hands in the same spot isn’t. Touch lets you move, adjust, change, and adapt throughout the day way better than wristing a mouse or trackpad.
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Matthew Cassinelli 23h
Lol good point, I don’t know why phrased it like that. Even still, I just don’t think it makes sense. You can’t just make an iPad into a laptop by using an external input, most it wouldn’t work and it’d take an entire rehaul for every app
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Matthew Cassinelli 23h
Would I have to plug in a mouse somehow? iOS isn’t built at all for pointers, that seems like a complete departure from the entire ethos of iOS. I don’t think any of those requests from reviewers are things Apple should or would do. Precision comes with the Pencil & my fingers
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Matthew Cassinelli 23h
Doubt it’ll happen. That’s not the point of iOS. They could improve the ability to navigate with the arrow, but otherwise for what you want it sounds like you’d need a Mac and Screens or LunaDisplay or Duet Display. I think the 11 is great, but more for iPad as a second device
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