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The Unbelievable Power of Keyboard Maestro

David Sparks: I’ve had a lot of questions about the relationship between Keyboard Maestro and Shortcuts for Mac. Specifically, is Shortcuts for Mac going to replace Keyboard Maestro? In a word, no.Yeah, Shortcuts is great, but Keyboard Maestro is just on another level. David does a great job

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WordleBot Gets More Accessible

WordleBot Gets More Accessible
Federico Viticci updated his WordleBot shortcut based on user feedback: Although well-intentioned, my original approach was misguided: even with line-based scores, the grid of emoji characters still performed horribly with screen-reading technologies such as Apple’s VoiceOver. WordleBot didn’t do much to make results more accessible for VoiceOver users

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When the Assholes Show Up

Doodled Dragons takes at least $30,000 after tweeting "our charity will instead now be... my bank account" They announced on Twitter that they would be donating $30,000, "our first donation", to the World Wildlife Fund. Two hours later, they tweeted, "actually. fuck that. our charity will instead now

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Programming Should Not Be an Elite Practice

I wasn't going to link this this, but then I got to the last paragraph: The entry barrier to programming needs to be high! Programming is engineering; it's not something where you throw stuff at the wall and see what sticks and just assume that programming languages, browsers, and operating

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When You Don't Show Up to Your Own Product Announcement

Samsung no-showed on its major Exynos 2200 launch and won’t say why | Ars Technica Samsung pulled a no-call no-show for a major product launch. It's the end of the day now, and the company has yet to respond to what must be hundreds of press inquiries that are no-doubt

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People Were Skeptical About the Web Too, You Know

Eric Selfert on Twitter: Calling out the fact that some other technology at a similar stage was (1) ridiculed and (2) ultimately succeeded has almost nothing to do with the fact that it was ridiculed. There's not a causal relationship there.Listen, the world is going to be skeptical of

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Gear Does Matter

Two Cameras: Two Uses, by Greg Morris: My smartphone needs to have a good camera to capture all of life's moments. My kids doing things I want to let others know about, or record a memory I want to look back on.And: My camera on the other had is

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The Erosion if the Common Good

Anita Sreedhar and Anand Gopal writing about vaccine hesitancy in the U.S. Public health is no longer viewed as a collective endeavor, based on the principle of social solidarity and mutual obligation. People are conditioned to believe they’re on their own and responsible only for themselves. That means

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