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Layer Tennis: DKNG vs. DDL
24 Oct 2014 10:44pm GMT I’m in the commentator booth for today’s Layer Tennis match, a tag-team match between Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman of DKNG Studios in Los Angeles, and Billy Baumann and Graham Erwin from Delicious Design League in Chicago. Check out the poster design work these guys do — amazing work from both sides. Get your beverages ready and prepare to get nothing done for the rest of the day. Match starts in about an hour, 2 pm Chicago time. Update: Just finished. Great match —...

AT&T Locks Apple SIM to Their Network
24 Oct 2014 7:29pm GMT Apple support document: Using Apple SIM, you can choose from different cellular carriers and their various programs. The data plans vary by carrier. For instance, in the United States, you can choose a domestic plan from either Sprint or T-Mobile and also pick an alternate plan from the other carrier as needed. When you choose AT&T on iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, AT&T dedicates Apple SIM to their network only. If your Apple SIM becomes dedicated to a specific network and you want to...

Markua
24 Oct 2014 6:49pm GMT Leanpub: Markua is a superset of almost all of Markdown that has a strictly defined mapping to book and documentation concepts and that generates PDF, EPUB, MOBI and HTML. I love these “start with Markdown and build something new on top of it” projects.  ★ 

‘Backtrace’, Debut Album From James Dempsey and The Breakpoints, Debuts at Number Five on Billboard Comedy Chart
24 Oct 2014 5:58pm GMT Dave Mark, writing for The Loop: James Dempsey is just a regular guy, a Mac and iOS developer who worked at Apple for about 15 years, toiling away on OS X releases Leopard through Lion, the Cocoa frameworks team, and Aperture. Dempsey is also a songwriter, writing songs with a focus on development, with titles such as Model View Controller and Gonna Needa Pasteboard. Back in 2001, James got the chance to perform a song at WWDC that was received well enough that a yearly tradition was born....

Khoi Vinh on Yosemite’s Look and Feel
24 Oct 2014 12:36am GMT Khoi Vinh: This is true with Yosemite, too. Spend just a bit of time with it, and you can almost picture the iterations to come, when future releases will have fully worked out the visual language and the gestalt of the interface will have cohered to a more advanced state. OS X Balboa and OS X Palisades are going to look great. In the meantime, though, I find Yosemite lacking in polish, full of awkward decisions and unresolved tensions. This is probably my favorite Yosemite review that...

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