zıəs uɐɟəʇs (@seiz)

Designer. Presumably still alive.

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

March 2008

@zeldman la la la la - i am a passenger… Already feeling much better here at work w/o even listening to the song just thinking about it

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WebStandards TWOOSH.

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@meyerweb Use <label> also on type=”text”? OS UI is only using this for radios and checkboxes, so that is what sets user expectations.

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@jkottke this totally depends on the explanation ;-) Sometimes the explanations are far better than the jokes.

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joining @Blackteam because it goes nicely with my BlackBook

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@zeldman You only get that because you are a Superstar ;-) Us mere mortals never get breakfast from clients. Maybe a cup of coffee.

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@gruber Just listening to the talkshow. My guess is iPhone Demo Versions could work like Rental Movies. After some days, poof — gone.

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There is a reason God didn’t invent InputManagers ;-)

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Apologies: It isn’t Safari that is broken. Safari Stand caused the problems. Trashing it fixed it. Halelujah! @adamengst

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Now how can i downgrade to Safari 3.0. I guess i can’t, can i?

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@adamengst I see you just wrote about Safari 3.1. In case you want to know: almost unusable for me. Bookmarklets and many sites don’t work..

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Safari 3.1 is UNUSABLE. None of my bookmarklets work and a lot of javasript based links on websites i use regularily don’t work either. Grrr

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I believe to not have seen any slower updaters than Adobe’s. 200MB OSX updates are zippy compared to those and i am not talking about the DL

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Installing CS3 Suite for the 2nd time since AcrobatPro would crash on launch. Install takes forever and then the never ending updates…

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@Twitterrific Why not make the resize control a standard one like Safari now has in Textfields. Might be more obvious to users ;-)

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@Twitterrific yes, thus an API extension is needed. Twitter knows who the sender is and also the recipients settings and could reply accord.

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@Twitterrific please convince twitter to modify the API, so a person sending an @reply will know wether it makes it to the recipients eyes.

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@bbum totally silly that is. Allthough, the wording in the Letter from Apple could have been better to avoid the confusion.

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@danielpunkass I also got one on Friday (black) and i am not even a 1st-time user. Love it. Wouldn’t trade for an Air.

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Migration Assistant just gave me the longest 6 Minutes of my life. They lasted an hour and a half. Now BlackBook FTW!

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@DericHorn I had these Dates down from the Moscone Calendar already ;-) Always good to announce early so europeans can get cheaper flights.

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@adamengst Adam, why would you link to these spammers in twitter? ;-) Don’t reward them.

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Oh shoot, the iPhone SDK is Intel only. Dang. I only own PPC macs.

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developer.apple.com instantly downed

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@danielpunkass and don’t forget, that creditCard and processing fees could add up to almost 10% too.

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So the Apple Event apparently crashed twitter again. There you see what 5% marketshare can do… How come, Ars is still up? What, no Rails?

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@vpieters You know how the US uses french words ;-) An Entree is their Main Course , so why not make petit = large.

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@danielpunkass But having that feature in ME could make us totaly independant of the backend weblog software used. Think about that…

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@danielpunkass Thaks. Found the plist file - good to know. For now, I better stay out of there and wait for an eventual update :-)

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@adamengst and it wouldn’t backup any media files (images and such) either anyways. Would have been nice though.

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@adamengst any good weblog software shouldn’t lock you in and offer a “Export” feature or such.

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@adamengst load possibly depends on weblog software used. MarsEdit Help states: MarsEdit is not intended as backup software for weblogs ;-)

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@adamengst MarsEdit: Settings->System tab->Number of posts to download

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@danielpunkass and related to Engst’s Q, can MarsEdit somehow get all existing images from my server into its Media Manager?

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@adamengst Oh yes, and make that Tablet-reader a replacement for the missing 12” PowerBook and i’ll order it instantly.

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