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10 jul 2018 14:10:41 -0700
i don’t remember the opening day of the app store as well as i remember the july 4th before as i was frantically finishing up netnewswire 1.0 for iphone — so i could get it submitted in time.as people were coming to my house for a big family barbecue. as i was stuck inside on a nice day.as i did get it finished, and then we had a great barbecue, and then on app store day one it was all worth it. :)
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inessential: twelve-bar blues
without the twelve-bar blues progression there would have been no rock-n-roll. without rock — the music of rebellion and of fun — every decade from the 1950s on would have been very different.on the theory that knowing something about how music works helps your appreciation — after all, musicians themselves understand music, and this enhances and does not dim their love — i figured i’d explain twelve-bar blues to people who don’t know about it.three groups of fourthere are many variations, but the basic progression looks like the below. we’ll use the key of c to illustrate. each note here represents a chord played for four beats.c c c cf f c cg f c cinstead of specifying the key, you could use roman numerals. the root chord — the one matching the key (c in this case) — is i. if you count c-d-e-f, then f is iv. and c-d-e-f-g makes g number v. so you have:i i i iiv iv i iv iv i iin the key of e these would be e, a, and b, for example. same pattern, any key.singingin a very traditional blues, you sing the first line, then repeat it — maybe slightly differently, because the chords are slightly different, and because some variation is good — and then sing a line that rhymes with that first line. something like this:i i i ioh baby, don’t you want to goiv iv i ioh baby, don’t you want to gov iv i iback to the land of california, to my sweet home chicago(this is from “sweet home chicago” by robert johnson.)but it’s not always that way. consider the...
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inessential: uncle whisky
when i was a kid we spent more time with my mom’s family than with my dad’s, but we still spent lots of holidays with my dad’s family.my dad is the oldest of four siblings. the youngest, his brother, is only 10 years older than me. i remember my uncle and his sisters when they were teenagers.the thing about the family was that everyone was constantly joking and laughing. i loved this.i wanted to join in, so i did, from an early age. and sometimes i even got laughs! but most of the time i didn’t.one day my uncle — who must have been about 20 then — gave me some advice about it. he said, “hey, you don’t have to say everything you think of. just the ones that are actually funny.”okay, i thought, so now it wasn’t enough to be fast enough to think of something that might be funny — i had to also evaluate it for likeliness? all in the space between sentences? and make it seem natural? who can think that fast?i think what he was doing was trying to get me to be less annoying. but i took it as earnest advice. and, well, i remember thinking, after a while, that it worked.* * *my uncle, peter simmons, became an actor and writer. he lives these days in minneapolis, and he surely remembers none of this conversation.* * *my uncle had a dog named whisky who was born the same spring when i was born. i called him uncle whisky, and i believed, until i was about 10, that of course dogs can be uncles too. perfectly natural.* * *whisky — sometimes called wick for short ...
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15 jun 2018 14:38:19 -0700
om malik on blogging:they are incomplete and by nature more mysterious, more episodic, and thus more interesting. blogs are meant not to leave you with everything. the whole idea is to think to deliberate, and to come back again and again, to finish what was started a long time ago. but there is no end, just a pause, for a voice to start, talking again.i love that.i never became the hemingway or fitzgerald type of writer that i wanted to be when i was young. no short stories, no novel, no cover of life magazine.but i have written a blog for almost 19 years — and that’s something. it‘s still a new medium, and it’s new to have blogs hitting (and even passing) the 20-years-mark.here’s a provisional thought (all thoughts on a blog are provisional) — to read a good blog is to watch a writer get a little bit better, day after day, at writing the truth.
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on not doing prepared talks any more
some time last year i decided to retire from doing prepared talks at conferences.i’ve been doing them for 15 years, and i’ve enjoyed some of them. eventually i started playing with the form, and that was kind of fun.the best talks i ever did usually had some story-telling parts, and those turned out to be the parts that people liked most. the only problem with that is that my stories usually didn’t have anything to do with the conference. i just like telling stories. stories about raccoons and squirrels. :)preparing a talk is a lot of work, and my standards for my talks kept going up, which meant ever more preparation, and more stress — and since i didn’t love it, i decided to stop.i don’t mind being in front of an audience, though — i’ll emcee, appear on a panel, moderate a panel, or play in a breakpoints jam.but the actual talks from me are over.here’s the thing, though: this means one less middle-aged white man taking up a slot. this is a good thing. if you were thinking of asking me to do a prepared talk at your conference, instead ask someone who doesn’t look like me.and if you’re having trouble finding someone, just ask me and i’ll help.
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inessential: fascism these days
i can write just about anything i want to on my blog for the simple reason that it doesn’t matter.times change. fascists learn. there’s no pressing need to cut off any websites.* * *fascists don’t leave so many fingerprints these days.example: there’s no actual agreement anywhere that makes twitter a de facto arm of the trump executive branch and all its unofficial partners — but it is.twitter bans the people who report abuse and it retains the nazis and russians. it amplifies the distractions and fills the pipe with lies and outrage. (and gives us special emoji as rewards.)the truth can’t be found in the ever-thickening fog.though twitter has been used for good, i’m more and more convinced that giving it anything just feeds it. if the medium is the message, then the message is lies, lulz, and bullshit, no matter what you put in.* * *that’s not to say that fascists won’t ever take our freedoms away. the fascists grow stronger and bolder, and those who would check their power chicken-out.but it won’t usually be laws, or even executive orders, that take away freedoms. think of the nfl, which — utterly disgracefully — now mandates against kneeling.samantha bee survives on tv this year — but will she survive next year?* * *what if agents in the secret service or fbi begin quietly talking to bloggers or tweeters who express an anti-trump point of view? no law needed. no take-down notice. it’s just agents doing their jobs.would you keep blogging after...
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inessential: the easy target
the united states of america was the easy-to-choose target for the fascists.it was the richest and most powerful country in the history of countries. how could any fascist not want to take it over?it was the work of several decades.they built up a giant military/industrial partnership — mixing government and unaccountable corporations with secrets — with almost no resistance.sure, they faced some setbacks from time to time: the end of apartheid in former slave states, for instance. but they fought back by privatizing the prisons, instituting mass incarceration, and militarizing the police force — and ensuring that it remained a tool of white supremacy.they stoked fear of communism, as if adding just a penny of tax meant imminent sovietization; as if labor unions were anti-american insurgents; as if a social safety net would make jesus cry. as if “equal opportunity” meant fidel castro walking into your house with a machine gun.they gutted the education system and fought knowledge with mass disinformation. they made sure that corporations could and would hook americans on opioids and blather and outrage.while some of us did learn that the beauty of america is our constant striving to better understand our founding creed — and finally live up to it — they made sure that half of us believed in america as a land and as a race.and now that they’ve won — they’ve gotten their orange leader with the red cap, they’ve gotten their system of cruelty — they’re ...
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inessential: what i actually do
now that i’ve switched over to marketing, people — co-workers, even! — keep asking me what i actually do all day.fair question. since i’ll probably get asked the same thing in san jose next week, i figured i’d write it up.the teamour team could be a small software company on its own — we have engineers, testers, designers, and a person who makes movies. everything i do is part of working with that team.if you think i’m being paid to be a blogger and podcaster, you’re not too far off the mark, but that description misses some things.i’ve traded in xcode for bbedit and marked, since most of what i do is writing. i write for the blog and for the podcast, of course, and also lately i’ve written:inside omnifocus blog postsapp store editorial pitchsponsorship blurbs for podcastsapp store description for omnifocus 3 for iosproduct pages and related pages for omnifocus 3 for ios and omnifocus 2 for macsome first-run text in omnifocus 3press releaseother release-related emailomni microblog (omnidogs!)newslettervarious tweetsnote: again, though, it’s a team effort. some things go through extensive feedback and editing before being finished.and some things — like the product pages — will evolve a bunch during design and production. as it takes shape we can see where the writing needs to change.and some things i write — especially anything that ends up in an app — will probably get revised by other people before it ships.i do some things besides writing...
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running ios apps on macs
i’ve heard more than once that at wwdc we’ll learn about how we can run ios apps on macs.i’m worried, of course, that this will lead to the further degradation of the mac ui, and even less incentive for developers to write mac apps.i’m agin’ it. but, also, i don’t know if it’s true and i don’t know any details — so maybe it would be awesome? we’ll see.or not see. could be totally made up. could just be speculation run wild.ps “agin’” is short for “against,” not “aging.” okay?
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running ios apps on macs
i’ve heard more than once that at wwdc we’ll learn about how we can run ios apps on macs.i’m worried, of course, that this will lead to the further degradation of the mac ui, and even less incentive for developers to write mac apps.i’m agin’ it. but, also, i don’t know if it’s true and i don’t know any details — so maybe it would be awesome? we’ll see.or not see. could be totally made up. could just be speculation run wild.
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inessential: delta blues
lately i’ve been trying to learn to play delta blues. i’m not ever going to play like robert johnson — nobody ever will — but i’d like to learn it as well as i can. well enough so that, if you like the blues, and you heard me at a coffee shop, you’d enjoy it.(not that i’m going to start playing at coffee shops.)i’ve been playing guitar for 38 years, and i’ve known the 12-bar blues progression and the blues scale for almost as long. but i always figured that learning to play like this would be way beyond my abilities.* * *the first thing to notice is that, in the hands of someone like robert johnson, it sounds like two guitars playing.roughly speaking: the thumb is doing a regular shuffle beat, often with two strings, while the other fingers are doing fills and melodies. at the same damn time.i’m a life-long strummer and power-chord player. flat pick. rhythm guitarist. i’ve never had to develop this kind of coordination. it’s difficult.the second thing to notice is that every single pitch your guitar can make is on the table. sure, there’s a progression and a scale — but players regularly use notes outside the standard blues scale, and they hit pitches, by bending strings, that are between the notes.and throw a slide in — which i’m learning to do — and it’s just nuts.this music is incredibly complicated compared to the pop rock i’ve always played.* * *but i am learning it. slowly. it’s going to take a few years before it sounds effortl...
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inessential: the developers union
some of the press coverage about the developers union uses words like “angry” and “fed up.” these aren’t accurate characterizations at all. nobody’s mad here!but here‘s the deal: apple controls the app store and its economics. the system could be set up better to support high-quality apps, by indies, that last for years.apple doesn’t have to, of course. but we can ask! it’s totally okay to ask, so we are.we think that an important first step would be a standardized, app-store-supported way of offering free trials. (and where, once purchased, family sharing works.)trial versions have worked great for years for indie mac developers, before the app store, and we think it would benefit indies on the ios and mac app stores.and the platform would get better — and more sustainable — apps. everyone wins!if you agree, you can sign up. add your name. add your app.i realize you might be worried about doing a thing that could upset powerful people inside apple. i strongly doubt that that worry is actually well-founded — but, then again, that’s part of why this is a big list.* * *i should note that i’m not doing this as part of omni. i’m not even doing it for my side projects — they’re all free, and it’s quite possible that none of them will ever appear on any app store at all.instead, i’m thinking of my friends, of developers i admire, of up-and-coming developers i haven’t even heard of yet. i — quite selfishly! — want them to thrive. i want t...
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02 may 2018 14:12:08 -0700
omnifocus 3.0 for ios ships in four weeks.as marketing human, i’ve got work to do! but i’m totally psyched.
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making apps is harder than it needs to be
with the recent talk about electron and “marzipan” — or maybe amber or something, according to mark gurman — i’m reminded of a thing i think about kind of often: that making ios and macos apps is way harder than it needs to be.for most apps (except games, i suppose), a huge percentage of the code might as well be written in a scripting language. we absolutely do not need to be writing everything in swift, objective-c, c++, or c.“but brent,” you say, “what about performance?”consider the case where you set up an animation and then run the animation. the system does that animation. or consider core data — your choice of language doesn’t affect how fast it can read from sqlite. or think of networking — it’s bound by the connection, not the speed of your code. or think of pushing a view controller onto the current navigation view controller. or setting up view constraints. and so on.all this code might as well be ruby — or, preferably, a scripting language designed for app making. (i would have liked an objective-c-without-the-c.)and the thing that would make it all so worthwhile is editing the code while the app is running. you could go all day without an explicit build step!sure, some of your code would still have to be written in swift or whatever. the part that really does have to be fast. i’m a performance junkie myself, so i get this. (evergreen’s rss parser is fast, and i wouldn’t switch it to a scripting language.)but most of most apps ...
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inessential: godot.framework
i wouldn’t wait for “marzipan” or xkit or whatever it is.we don’t know what it is. but my guess — based on my 38 years of writing code for apple computers — is that it’s something you can use along with uikit and appkit, and not a wholesale replacement.maybe it’s a declarative api that helps make some things easier, and maybe you can make a cross-platform button more easily. maybe your table view code could be the same on ios and macos. great!but don’t expect macs to turn into large ipads all of a sudden. macs are gonna mac. apps are going to have multiple resizable windows and a menubar. targets will still be sized and designed for mice and trackpads.in other words, if you want to write a mac app, you’re still going to have to deal with the things that are inherently different about mac apps, regardless of the specific api.let’s say this thing ships in the fall of 2019, over a year from now. if past is a guide, we might imagine it would be fun to play with, but not more useful than, say, the original version of swift. (swift didn’t get really good for writing apps until swift 3.)so it might be 2020 before it’s something that accelerates mac development in any real way.you could write a few mac apps between now and then.* * *i realize that documentation on writing mac apps is hard to find these days. books on the subject are rare, and any book you find may be out of date.but…one of the reasons i made evergreen open source is so that people who wa...
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30 apr 2018 10:42:52 -0700
check out automation orchard, a new site by rosemary orchard that is the “place to find resources to help you automate your life.”i immediately thought of scriptweb — which, to my delight, is still up! though its last update was 2009.
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inessential: evergreen/frontier status: odb work
for the past few days i’ve been working on adding frontier-like object database (odb) support to my database framework.it’s not finished yet — it doesn’t even build.what it is (or, what it will be)it’s hierarchical key-value storage. no schemas. tables can contain tables, with no limit.this implementation is the lowest level: the part that gets, sets, and deletes data from the database.it’s application-agnostic, at this level — it doesn’t know about all of frontier’s data types, for instance. a level on top of this will be needed for new-frontier.sqlite, my favorite hammeri’m not actually writing a new database — i’m using sqlite. and that’s because i’ve been using sqlite for 15 years, and i love it and know it well, and i know how incredibly stable it is. i’m not willing to write my own thing, and i’m not willing to use a thing less mature and rock-solid than sqlite.how it works:the schema is pretty simple. there are tables and values.every table has an id. every table (except the root table) has a parent_id that points to its parent table.and every value has an odb_table_id that points to its parent table.this way it’s easy to get a table’s children: it takes just two select statements.(both tables and values also have a name, since this is key-value storage.)tables and values will be cached in memory, so not every call will require a database read.(before you suggest i use something other than sqlite, know that i won’t change my mind o...
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you’re practically a mac developer
say you write an ios app, and now you want to write the mac version.assuming there’s a data model, maybe a database, some networking code, that kind of thing, then you can use that exact same code in your mac app, quite likely without any changes whatsoever.that leaves the 20% or whatever that’s user interface. appkit is not the same as uikit, but it’s recognizable. same patterns and concepts, and often similar names (uitableview/nstableview).given that you’ve done the hard thing — learning uikit, xcode, and swift and/or objective-c — taking the next step and learning appkit seems like a very small thing. you’ve climbed the mountain already, after all.you might complain that appkit has some weird stuff. true. some of it, though, isn’t truly weird — it’s just weird to you if you’ve never dealt with things like a menubar and multiple, live-resizable windows.people coming from appkit to uikit (few people these days; many people 10 years ago) might also complain about safe content area insets (or whatever the thing is these days) and size classes and all manner of strange stuff they like not having to deal with in mac apps. uikit’s weird too, to some people.ten years ago i thought that all the new ios developers would translate to lots more mac developers. that that didn’t happen is a huge surprise to me. because if you’re an ios developer you’re practically a mac developer already.(and — little-known secret — the economics of mac apps appear ...
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you’re practically a mac developer
say you write an ios app, and now you want to write the mac version.assuming there’s a data model, maybe a database, some networking code, that kind of thing, then you can use that exact same code in your mac app, quite likely without any changes whatsoever.that leaves the 20% or whatever that’s user interface. appkit is not the same as uikit, but it’s recognizable. same patterns and concepts, and often similar names (uitableview/nstableview).given that you’ve done the hard thing — learning uikit, xcode, and swift and/or objective-c — taking the next step and learning appkit seems like a very small thing. you’ve climbed the mountain already, after all.you might complain that appkit has some weird stuff. true. some of it, though, isn’t truly weird — it’s just weird to you if you’ve never dealt with things like a menubar and a multiple, live-resizable windows.people coming from appkit to uikit (few people these days; many people 10 years ago) might also complain about safe content area insets (or whatever the thing is these days) and size classes and all manner of strange stuff they like not having to deal with in mac apps. uikit’s weird too, to some people.ten years ago i thought that all the new ios developers would translate to lots more mac developers. that that didn’t happen is a huge surprise to me. because if you’re an ios developer you’re practically a mac developer already.(and — little-known secret — the economics of mac apps appea...
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25 apr 2018 10:24:09 -0700
the latest episode of the omni show is a special episode — we talk about omnifocus 3 and flexible inspectors, enhanced repeating tasks, batch editing, and the interleaved forecast view.regular interview shows are our bread and butter, but these roundtables are fun to do too. (and i can’t wait for the omni show live next door to wwdc!)
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24 apr 2018 10:33:24 -0700
there’s an unofficial seattle xcoders this thursday at the cyclops in belltown. i plan to get there around 6 pm.we’re always in back, next to the bar but technically in the restaurant section. anyone is welcome — you don’t have to be a coder! we regularly have designers, testers, support people, product managers, and so on.heck, even if you’re a fan, you should come. should be a beautiful night to hang out with some fine folks.
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23 apr 2018 10:59:55 -0700
© 1999-2018 brent simmonsmade in seattle. go hawks!
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17 apr 2018 12:21:26 -0700
on the omni blog i wrote up how we do the omni show.the post explains my approach to marketing, unchanged over the decades:i don’t have some grand marketing philosophy, other than 1) make great apps, and 2) look out and let other people look in.
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16 apr 2018 11:27:14 -0700
jason kottke reminds us that blogging is most certainly not dead, and that there are great blogs out there.my only objection is the use of the word “dead” to apply to things that aren’t alive. even when you’re saying that something is not dead.i’ve done it myself. it’s shorthand, yes, but it’s a broad binary take when something more nuanced and true would be warranted.
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16 apr 2018 11:54:37 -0700
a diatonic harmonica is designed to ease playing in one diatonic scale…blues harp subverts the intention of this design with what is “perhaps the most striking example in all music of a thoroughly idiomatic technique that flatly contradicts everything that the instrument was designed for.”
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16 apr 2018 13:05:05 -0700
© 1999-2018 brent simmonsmade in seattle. go hawks!
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now i’m in a pickle with this web stuff
to publish to this blog, i run a little web server on my mac that implements the metaweblog api, which then renders this blog and rsyncs it to the server. (this way i can write using marsedit.)what i’d rather do: run that little web server on the actual server, and do the static-site generation there. that way i can post from my iphone and ipad, not just from my mac.but… here’s where web deployment gets tricky. i’m on an inexpensive shared host plan at dreamhost. the machine is running an older version of ruby that’s incompatible with my scripts.i could use rvm and bundler, i guess, to use the version of ruby i want to and to install the gems i need. (it’s just a few, but it’s more than zero.)that is, if i could figure out how to use this stuff and get it installed on the server. looks like something i could spend weeks doing (remember that my hobby coding is limited to nights and weekends).alternately, i could get an inexpensive vps from one of the various providers and set things up there. that might be easier — maybe i could skip rvm and bundler and just install the things i want to use in the old-fashioned way.but then i have to deal with a bunch of other things myself, including setting up apache or nginx. all the things dreamhost does for me automatically i’ll have to handle myself. that doesn’t sound like fun at all.i totally don’t know what to do. it’s not my plan to become a ruby deployment expert or to be on the hook for running a server all...
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inessential: the view-source web
a line in frank chimero’s article everything easy is hard again, published a couple months ago, has stuck with me:that breaks my heart, because so much of my start on the web came from being able to see and easily make sense of any site i’d visit. i had view source, but each year that goes by, it becomes less and less helpful as a way to investigate other people’s work.one of the ironies of this is that html5 makes it easier than ever to make readable, simple html. i especially like two things:quotes for attribute values are optional (when there are no spaces), andthere are semantic tags for things where before you had to guess at the author’s intention. we have header, main, nav, article, and similar now.i realized that this blog — since it doesn’t use cookies or javascript, since the layout is as straightforward as can be — would make a good personal test case. how easy-to-read can i make the html?so i adopted the semantic html5 tags, simplified a few things, and now the source is as easy to read as any html i’ve ever written.lesson learned: the discoverable and understandable web is still do-able — it’s there waiting to be discovered. it just needs some commitment from the people who make websites.
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12 apr 2018 13:56:32 -0700
the ui design is much higher contrast — twitter for ios even acknowledges when you have the system’s increase contrast setting enabled, as i do. and, crucially, the official client natively supports alt-text, which allows users to append image descriptions for the blind and low vision before tweeting.
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12 apr 2018 11:17:48 -0700
© 1999-2018 brent simmonsmade in seattle. go hawks!
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