The early shuffle mini.
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The early shuffle mini.
The best thing I ever used was iPod shuffle mini.
It was the perfect design, nothing could be added nor taken away to make it better.
But apple being Apple they redesigned it to be crap then discontinued it.
On the topic of designing great things and Apple …. Can I say that I hate Apples “minimalism above all else” approach to design. For example I want computers with lots of ports - what’s the point in buying a minimal Apple computer only to instantly plug it into another box that provides the basic ports I need for keyboard mouse external disks and camera? Somehow though the designers at Apple think this is the optimum design. I do acknowledge recent Macs bring ports back but still not enough.
I also hate it that Apple got rid of the standard headphone jack - for gods sake why? Answer: Apple designers.
Bialetti is at risk of going out of business so buy them while you can.
Holy heck lots of boring adult advice in these comments on how to be sensible.
Get wild, just don’t make permanent mistakes like taking hard drugs or getting killed in a car accident.
Apart from that, break all the rules kiddo.
Travel when you’re young.
Get a working holiday visa in Canada, australia, Japan or UK. Go live.
If your framework can’t display 1,000 rows then it’s a bad framework or you’re programming it wrong.
>> React and it would be difficult to render that many rows of anything in a useful way
That’s not true it’s dead simple to display 1,000 rows can you explain what the hard bit is?
None of that is valid excuse for not giving me the option of 300/500/1000 rows.
>> 1000 rows makes the payload huge which adds even more latency
1000 rows of json is not huge
It’s typically maybe 300k which compresses down to under 50k
Jetbrains holy heck those people are smart.
So won’t you go out of business?
Ask HN: Why are developers so stingy with “rows per page”?
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In this world, all that matters is money.
Preferably going to large companies.
I do not make my shopping decisions on price alone. Sadly many people do.
Loved this post but it was funny that the story is basically “game is lost, so I emailed the game’s author, who sent me a copy, game is found”.
One of the greatest stories of humanity, to find such a wonder.
I don’t think there’s a fundamental need to “make the world a better place”, like in the Silicon Valley TV series.
I just feel deeply disinclined towards supporting anything Amazon because they’ve developed a reputation as such a poor community member.