“Tweek,” is an aggregation of the tweets I sent out during the week. It is a habit I picked up from Disquiet, a blog run by Marc Weidenbaum. It allows me to remember what I was thinking about during this specific time. It also allows me to correct my grammar and spelling. If you don’t follow me on Twitter, this is just the best of what I have shared with my community.)
July 14: Well, in terms of product wishlists, my @Photoshop wish list would include a way to boost the ludicrous 2 GB file size limit. It made sense when the cameras had puny sensors. Now five curves + enhanced DNG is enough to zoom past 2 GB. And while we are at it, when will the Visual AI community develop a way to figure out the “sensor dust” problem and solve it by removing dust spots. That alone is worth $10-a-month in time saved. Upsizing of files isn’t that much of a necessity, as is “dust spot removal.”
July 14: Nothing except they are paying attention to those who are speaking to the fact that it was a terrible design decision, and they rectified fast. It is a good thing to see in a company. (My tweet was in response to a tweet from Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman’s comment about Apple tweaking the Safari look-and-feel after massive blowback from the developers.)
July 13: Hey @kayvz @jack @arctictony – product suggestion: use your magic to auto label paywalled links. That alone would make Twitter highly sticky. For now, all I do is spend time clicking on links I can’t read.
July 12: In a few years, everyone will realize that
@jasonkilar was right to push Hollywood into the streaming release mode. Nothing better than watching new movies at home. Waiting for headsets with a fantastic viewing experience. (Read more https://buff.ly/2QLqB2k) https://buff.ly/2UHM8jQ
July 11: Scratching my head and wondering where I have read this story before — maybe a few years ago? And more scratching later: so what’s different & what will be the model! More importantly, who is the sugar daddy buying the influence here? Anyone?
July 17, 2021, San Francisco