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    Twitter ID: tolmasky
    Location :San Francisco, CA
    Tweeting Since :04/29/2008[MM/DD/YY]
    Tweets :6,377
    Followers :4,340
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    WebSite :http://t.co/v9fLFibFL2
    Bio :CEO and Founder of Playground Theory, Creator of Objective-J and Cappuccino

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    This sums up a lot of the ridiculousness of the Apple Dev culture: http://t.co/JO6HNJpsQ3 RT @_Jordan: That moment when you realize de-emphasis of UI elements means a de-emphasis of the visibility of their bugs during QA http://t…
    The best part about this insanity inducing every device rings feature is how it then doesn't even work: http://t.co/pikvf7LUzS The headphone volume seems to be totally tied to the little audio thingy: http://t.co/N8thKWhRQn The ol' behind sheet http://t.co/YLSusY1Mis
    Found a pretty good rotation bug so I've been practicing my mid-rotation screenshots http://t.co/nJ5vIUNEoY Btw this is the default UI for listening to a podcast in mobile safari (design is how it works) http://t.co/Ukhl82xQgP
    @fichek http://t.co/TT4JxpGezl OSX isnt too hot on the ol' async animations Either. Type 1 letter into Safari, quickly drag down: http://t.co/Yxc1K4kEHf @duncanmak
    iOS 8 bugs bring you more functionality than when it's behaving normally. Look everyone, split screen mode! http://t.co/I3fmckkZnP Oh and it means this in developer console: http://t.co/iCcCj79dnl Turns out there's only so much you can do with little squares. Flat Design™ http://t.co/JX9VkGwaLE
    Office Halloween! http://t.co/PPrk8Xpjmk http://t.co/X577GizwbK These look like they used two default buttons, slapped in placeholder text ", & forgot to swap in final art. http://t.co/c3UPQL1Zhr" name="Image11" width="240" height="150" border="0" >
    http://t.co/GMGSTcrKzm This slide really shows 's current attitude: it doesnt matter what our products are or do, look how thin they are! http://t.co/r6laBFBC83
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    Does eval("let x = 10") (executed in top level scope) add x to top level scope? Or create its own scope? (non-strict direct eval) [2days via Twitter for Mac]
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    iojs* [3days via Twitter for Mac]
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    Aside from firefox (and ions under strict mode), is there anywhere to test a native implementation of let? [3days via Twitter for Mac]
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    Is there a way to get Chrome's edit and continue to not restart the script, but actually continue the function with the edited source [3days via Twitter for Mac]
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    @buzz yeah I suppose developers are already used to the notification API where messages aren't guaranteed to be delivered, so it'd be fine [3days via Twitter for Mac]
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    @inlined any idea on this: View Details ? [3days via Twitter for Mac]
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    any v8 experts out there? [3days via Twitter for Mac]
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    Is there any way to use Contextify to run a function with a particular context? It has to be a function (not script) [3days via Twitter for Mac]
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    @appden yeah I'm back. [4days via Twitter for Mac]
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    if (true) let x = 5 <— is that considered block scope within the if, or are curly absolutely necessary for it to be block scope [9days via Twitter for Mac]
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    Is it possible to install @iojs without symlinking to node? Want to just have it around to experiment with. [10days via Twitter for Mac]
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    @mojombo View Details (text selection and inception are my favorites) [10days via Twitter for Mac]
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    @mojombo yes, flat out doesn't show up in search for example [10days via Twitter for Mac]
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    @getify basically I want a way to grab the info about "x" w/o accidentally calling a getter, which MAY happen depending on the surroundings [13days via Twitter for Mac]
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    @getify it sometimes is right? like with({a:5}) var a = 5; <— property, also vm.runInContext("var x", context) x is a property of context [13days via Twitter for Mac]
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    Is it possible to getOwnPropertyDescriptor on a var'ed thing? var x = …; Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(???, "x") [13days via Twitter for Mac]
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    Lots of apps cant handle growing status bar, probably b/c  spent so long harping about how you dont have to worry about diff screen sizes [14days via Twitter for iPhone]
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    ISO book height amiright [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    Recommendations for best Linux laptop? I'm thinking XPS 13 but open to suggestions [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    @pxcoach am I correct in understanding that a scaled element doesn't take up the scaled amount of space in the parent? [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    @pxcoach ohhhhh hadn't thought of that [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    @johnallsopp well the problem is that the thing inside is variable height, so the animation will be off depending on the contents [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    So if you do max-height: 1000 the animation will appear super fast even though your actual element is short [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    css transitioning max-height isn't good since the time is actually split on how big of a max-height you choose [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    @elliottkember the person you hire [ via Twitter for Mac]
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    RT @AcademicsSay: http://t.co/H5Uz3GkF1F
    Tue Jan 06 08:44:01 MST 2015 ago by Jeffrey zeldman