- About half the time I try to use Twitter on mobile I get this.
- My laptop has stopped suspending because a mysterious logging daemon refuses to release a lock, and today the keyboard stopped responding.
99% chance computers are buggy, 1% the servants of Moloch are onto me.
@email@example.com RE the twitter mobile thing: Everyone using android is getting that. You just have to Force Stop the app from settings every time it starts to slow down. Dunno how the Twitter engineers haven't caught it yet
@aly yes, my apologies, you'd told me already -- it's just the other thing happened today and it was too tempting to tie the two together to make the joke :)
@firstname.lastname@example.org Aha, no worries! I forget a lot about whether I've told someone something or not
I mostly agree but I think that if you're early in a product cycle it makes sense to focus on one platform for versatility and agility as you continue to evolve the app. Lots of things change in the first year or two. And it seems like it's almost always better for an app to start with high-prestige users and have them be the aspirational model user that the plebs can then follow.
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