The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @passiomatic ever

January 2010

You don’t ‘open’ and ‘save’ files anymore on the iPad :) — Apple reinventing file access, wireless sharing for iPad http://is.gd/7piNG

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I’m really delighted by the amount of interesting commentary on the #iPad. Last but not least, Speirs’ “Future Shock” http://bit.ly/9JVfKd

via Twitter for iPhone

Joe Clark: “Bet against HTML and you lose” — http://is.gd/7lwhE

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BreakingNews Google dropping support for Internet Explorer 6, still used on millions of computers worldwide http://bit.ly/9C9DrU

via BreakingNews Headquarters (retweeted on 10:09 AM, Jan 30th, 2010 via web)

Can’t stand #Timbaland’s “Shock Value 2”: too much filtered voices. A major disappointment.

via Twitter for iPhone

@Folletto Yes, most of the times it would be handy to think the “IE way”. It really boils down to be content-bound or container-bound.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to Folletto

I’ve just realized how to *paste* a given black and white bitmap onto a Photoshop layer mask: use quick mask mode. It seems so obvious now!

via Twitter for iPhone

Interesing considerations on print vs. digital media in Derek Powazek’s “What I Hope Apple Unleashes Tomorrow” — http://is.gd/78JBx

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I’m loving the new Unison. @panic, can we have text wrapping to X cols while composing articles? :)

via Twitter for iPhone

iA U.S. enables Chinese hacking of Google - CNN.com: http://tinyurl.com/yajjt… /via @webtrendmap

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:35 AM, Jan 25th, 2010 via web)

@kiaroscuro I’m slowly approaching to 9 hours per night. )

via web in reply to kiaroscuro

Goodbye LinkedIn. Now the hardest part: Facebook.

via Twitter for iPhone

PyCon Quattro web site is around the corner: working on new schedule design http://yfrog.com/4ihjffj

via Twitter for iPhone

Get yourself ready for <video>: “Introducing YouTube HTML5 Supported Videos” — http://is.gd/6JGW6

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drawar Stock and Flow. Take the time to read this and understand the concept. Most important concept you will learn today. http://bit.ly/6pa8aF

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 10:21 PM, Jan 19th, 2010 via web)

I guess this is the final argument: “If this doesn’t convince you to ditch IE6, I don’t know what will” — http://is.gd/6AGdl

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gravityblast RT @intinig: MIKAMAI is hiring Ruby programmers. Why don’t you mail us? jobs+twitter@mikamai.com (please RT)

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 2:25 PM, Jan 19th, 2010 via web)

@lawrenceoluyede Personally I really don’t see any value in LinkedIn. They even try to mimic Facebook now: import tweets, allow comments. ;(

via web in reply to lawrenceoluyede

Is it time to abandon tradtional blog comments and replacing it with post re-tweets and mentions? http://yoast.com/wordpre…

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To do for the next weeks: delete my Facebook and LinkedIn accounts. Most - if not all - interesting links and contacts are on Twitter.

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How funky! “How-To: Create Your Own iTunes LP” — http://is.gd/6vous

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Me too: “I’ve found that a walk, even a short one, can get my brain moving.” — http://is.gd/6n0IQ

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The myth of the page fold: evidence from user testing — http://is.gd/6gWbn

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RT @drawar: Does your site suffer from buttonitis? http://bit.ly/7T6dcw

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ilariamauric RT @ascavolini: Addio a Bob Noorda progettò i più prestigiosi marchi italiani, tra i primo in Italia ad introdurre l’identità aziendale…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 11:53 AM, Jan 12th, 2010 via web)

I appreciate the intent of reducing complexity, however the ‘clever’ fading trick Google does on its homepage is just plain disturbing.

via web

iA Mario García on “Why type contrast is so important” http://bit.ly/5Hk5I7

via web (retweeted on 3:25 PM, Jan 7th, 2010 via web)

@Folletto LOL. Didn’t know about that. I’ve just viewed-sourced IntenseMinimalism - Oh the joy! :^)

via web in reply to Folletto

I’ve started coding the new portfolio site in HTML5.

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@dialtone_ Great news. Time to try it out.

via web in reply to dialtone_

@Folletto “Transparent PNGs on IE6”. I’m gradually dropping IE6 support. My plan is to abandon version 6 altogether in 2010.

via web in reply to Folletto

This makes a LOT of sense to me. Asterisk 52: “Advice For Designers” — http://is.gd/5LaOa

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Have a great 2010.

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