/2017/08/titan_nyt

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Culturally appropriated:
"Apple spent billions of dollars so we can measure the floors and walls with AR Kit. And that's a good thing."

- Gruber

Again, this is why a pundit shouldn't have any kind of decision-making ability. He's great at being an apologist.

"You know, most of those the Communists killed were bad people anyway."
5:28 am — Wednesday, 23 August 2017
anonymous:
> This is true. Although the name is already out of date, given that it doesn’t include Apple Park, which I believe will be part of the loop.

i like gruber's new strategy. wait for someone to report something, then just say it's true, like he knew it all along. genius.
2:15 pm — Wednesday, 23 August 2017
anonymous:
Apple is clearly a bit too large for Gruber to "report" on any more. All we get now are add-ons and take downs of actual journalism.
3:14 pm — Wednesday, 23 August 2017
anonymous:
"Not Wild West “anything goes, bounds-checking is optional” C, but C that conforms to a subset of the language that conforms to a safety-minded subset of the language."

How much did you drink before coming up with this footnote?
3:14 pm — Wednesday, 23 August 2017
anonymous:
> Some Comments Regarding The New York Times’s Report on Apple’s Titan Project

I'm not sure what I was expecting, but... those literally were 'some comments about someone else's report'.

Well done, John.
3:17 pm — Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Grubhub:
"And I’m pretty good at guessing about stuff like this." Thanks, Gruber, for the insightful guessing and daily reminder that you have no direct knowledge of the company you worship.
4:45 pm — Wednesday, 23 August 2017
voltage:
this Titan project is sunk.

They should have called it Titanic.

"My car will go on..."
5:43 am — Thursday, 24 August 2017
anonymous:
I love these posts from Gruber, they just prove that these days he is out of the loop and clueless.
6:00 am — Thursday, 24 August 2017
Gruber F. Johnson:
>And I’m pretty good at guessing about stuff like this.

That's rich coming from a guy who uses Perl.
2:32 am — Friday, 25 August 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
I'm sure they wouldn't use Swift, because Swift sucks.
4:30 am — Saturday, 26 August 2017
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