Facebook won't stop

A Facebook recruiter emailed me last week about a role leading a new team. I resisted the urge to instantly reply “You couldn’t pay me enough to work at such a morally bankrupt company” and instead set up a phone call with him to figure out what they’re up to now. I just got off the phone.

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A Wireless Future

If you pay attention to the Apple rumor mill at all, there’s a recurring notion that this year’s iPhone (whatever number it ends up getting) will support wireless charging. Big deal, right? Various phones have had some sort of wireless inductive charing for years, but it’s never caught on. The inherent problem with those is that you need to place your phone somewhere specific. That’s less useful than cable charging in some sense, because at least you can be 100% certain a cable is plugged in.

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2015 in Review

This has probably been the most exciting year of my life. In 2015, I

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Apple's response to this whole NFC/CurrentC thing

Apple, to Business Insider

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Thoughts on the Watch

I remember when the iPhone was originally announced in January 2007. I was excited, to say the least. I mean, I worked at an Apple Store at the time, but the iPhone’s potential to change everything was clearly there. I anxiously looked forward to the phone’s June release, speculating on so much of how it would work and change how we interact with our phones and one another. This wasn’t just a new approach to making a cell phone, it was a miniaturization of desktop computing in a way that hadn’t been successfully acheived before.

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Web Spec Stability

I was browsing Twitter the other day and I saw this tweet:

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Dropping support

I’m typing this on a plane back from my first trip to Europe, and while there I had an experience that I thought was worth sharing.

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