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Paul Burke
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Do yourself a favor, and never, ever, buy a Samsung TV. The KS8000 is one of the worst devices I've ever owned. Almost as bad as the Logitech Revue or Motorola Xoom.

Picture quality is amazing, but Tizen makes me want to toss it out the window, regularly. These things are way too expensive to be so terrible. I'll be going back to Vizio next time.

Note: Have had the TV for almost a year. Just gets worse with time.

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The 24-bit WAV for Radiohead's OKNOTOK release is a 2.9GB download! I'm so excited for this boxset to arrive that I might just wait for the vinyl, to listen.

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I was upset when Netflix moved to the thumbs up/down model because I've rated hundreds of movies over the years, and found the star predictions to be surprisingly accurate. It's very rare that i give a movie/show 1 or 5 stars, so I basically don't rate in Netflix anymore.

On top of that, the percentage ratings felt off most of the time. I assumed it was my bias, and figured things would settle in... until I saw this.

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These new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar are awful machines. USB-C ports just don't work properly. This is what is shown when I simply connected an Android device. If you have a Thunderbolt monitor connected, forget it; all other ports are completely useless.

And they update the line less than 7 months after release. Hard to keep standing by Apple.

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Looks like a great opportunity!
I'm looking to hire an Android engineer to help me develop Action Launcher.

If you're interested, please get in touch!

Looks like the #io17 live stream got cut early for some reason. Was looking forward to the ExoPlayer talk all day. :-( Great sessions, otherwise.

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Interesting, and somewhat surprising, results in this app icon A/B test on the Google Play Store.

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Shape Shifter just keeps getting better!
Shape Shifter v0.3.0 is out! (

Make sure you share this post with your web developer friends, because Shape Shifter now exports to CSS keyframes and SVG spritesheets! Here are the deets:

* Made significant improvements to Shape Shifter's UI, making it overall much easier to use.
* Added a new "pair subpaths mode", which allows the user to specify how subpaths in the start canvas should morph into subpaths in the end canvas.
* Added export to SVG spritesheet option for web developers.
* Added export to standalone SVG frames option for web developers.
* Added export to CSS keyframes option for web developers.
* Added the ability to import VectorDrawable files into the workspace.
* Added the ability to delete subpaths and split segments directly from the canvas.
* A bunch of performance improvements and bug fixes.

View the complete changelog on GitHub:
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Shape Shifter is amazing! +Alex Lockwood has really outdone himself with this tool. For me, it's already cleared up so many confusing aspects of SVG animation and opened a new world of options.

Basic steps:
1. Ensure points are in the same direction in the from/to path.
2. Equalize number of points in a way that will make sense for the morph.
3. Optionally split paths to allow for morphing one to many.

That's it! Thanks, Alex!!
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This new Gorillaz album can't come soon enough.
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