Hear the Red Sox go into a rain delay in the Bronx while walking through Times Square.

Remember Times Square isn’t that far from the Bronx.


THAT was money well spent 🙄


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I’m not the most up-to-date on my NY etiquette, but I’m assuming it’s ok to fist pump a Red Sox home run in a Queens brewery, right?

I’m totally thinking of the scene in Blazing Saddles where Bart holds the gun to his own head.

…except, you know, if Bart was stupid enough to pull the trigger.

I really didn’t think this was going to be a competitive series after game 1. Tampa’s 5 on 5 domination was insane.

It’s incredible how Tampa’s prevented the Bruins from getting anything going in the offensive zone at even strength.

Having watched the first period, I can’t really tell you how the Bruins went into the intermission with the lead.

If we’re being honest, I’d probably just call the Appl Reward Card benefit a “50% off ⌚️ band coupon”.

I was mistaken — it wasn’t the Bruins’ score that was spoiled, just the series results. Sooooo, when Toronto took a 4-3 lead, I suddenly got confused and concerned 😂

Well, if I had to had the final score of the Bruins game spoiled, at least it’s the good outcome 🤷‍♂️

Can’t do anything but trip your hat to Sean Manaea. No hitter against perhaps the hottest offense in baseball. Wow. ⚾️

Breaking out Xcode

Listened to the latest episode of The Talk Show on today’s flight since I was interested in Panzarino’s comments on his Mac Pro and Workflow Team profile.

The Mac Pro was the obvious headline, but the idea of using iPads as specialized Logic Pro controls piqued my interest. I wonder if something like this would make sense in the next version of Xcode. A few ideas, just off the top of my head:

  • Touch-optimized inspectors
  • Context-aware documentation (it sounds like Logic offers this)
  • On-device Interface Builder previews

Duet Display’s nice when I’m way from my desk (minus the whole 10.13.4 thing…), but it’s “just” extra screen space. You’re still dealing with the fact that Xcode’s interface is primarily constrained within a single window. I don’t have any actual numbers, but I strongly suspect a large percentage of heavy Xcode users also have (multiple) iPads. It’d be great if Apple let us incorporate them into our development process beyond just being deployment devices.