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October 12, 2020 00:30:03
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Show Notes

With John's return to his regularly scheduled programming this week, he announces his appreciation for user feedback, both good and bad. Also sharing some insight into his current WIP with navigation, and talks on how accessibility is starting to be perceived as more of a fundamental than as an afterthought. Scotty talks his recent delve into AppleScript and its system events control, his upcoming Apple Music album and the possible future of MoneyWell amongst the natural progression of tech.


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