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Repertoire, Trail Share

It’s a big day for Bitpress, Justin’s app development company (formerly Springbok). First, his latest app, Repertoire, has been released after months of hard and incredibly rewarding work. It’s a new take on sheet music readers for iPad, simpler and more streamlined than anything in its category, and it’s sure to turn a few heads. […]
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The housing market is doing some strange things, and I don’t think any of the old axioms regarding real estate even matter anymore. Granted, I’ve never bought a house before and just started looking, so I’m no authority, but here’s what I see: Everyone is confused. Sellers are skeptical and can’t catch a break, dare […]
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Android

I understand. You want a tablet that offers you flexibility, a price tag you can justify, and great software to go along with it. All of those things make sense for you to want, but that doesn’t mean they make sense for companies to satisfy.
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Imperfection

Software development is a surprisingly creative field. Sure, for some things there’s really only one way to skin a cat, but for the most part it’s up to the programmer’s style. It’s much more than interface design: every part of code has some kind of malleability, and that’s where the coder’s personality is readily apparent.
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Ubiquity vs. Access

Sergey Brin thinks that touchscreens are emasculating, that you’re “just rubbing this featureless piece of glass” and that Google Glass is the answer. He’s completely wrong.
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