Screenshot Journal Helps You Organize Your Screenshots

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While iOS has been able to natively take screenshots from the beginning, managing screenshots has always been a tad difficult. Your screenshots are treated as regular photos in your camera roll and there is little you can study there. Screenshot Journal aims to change the way you work with screenshots on your iOS device. UIForge have developed an app to help you study screenshots that looks really good.

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Rules for Radicals

It was written in 1971, but this still seems like a cool book:

For an elementary illustration of tactics, take parts of your face as the point of reference; your eyes, your ears, and your nose. First the eyes: if you have organized a vast, mass-based people’s organization, you can parade it visibly before the enemy and openly show your power. Second the ears; if your organization is small in numbers, then do what Gideon did: conceal the members in the dark but raise a din and clamor that will make the listener believe that your organization numbers many more than it does. Third, the nose; if your organization is too tiny even for noise, stink up the place.

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Somebody mentioned your saved ebay searches. Can you post some of them? I’ve never been able to score a treasure on ebay.

I know this question has probably been asked a hundred times but here goes again: I just bought a sportcoat that I like and that fits well (has the right details, fits in the shoulder, sleeve etc.), but that I’d like to get “tailored.” What sort of alterations should I look/ask for that will give me that perfect(ish) tailored fit?

Cocoa data serialization benchmark: Archive framework vs custom serialization

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Unit Testing with Core Data

Whether you subscribe to Test Driven Development (TDD) or another testing practice, when it comes automated unit testing with Core Data, things can be a little tricky. But if you keep it simple, and take things step by step, you can get up and running with unit testing using Core Data fairly quickly. We’ll explore the what, how and why of unit testing with Core Data. We’ll also be using the helper library MagicalRecord. MagicalRecord not only lets us get up and running faster, but helps to cut down on the noise in our tests.

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Protocols over APIs

There is not a week where I don’t see developers discovering that a given API has been deprecated. Today’s disappointment (at least in my twitter stream) comes from the Google Chart Tool API.

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