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Follow @dejaldevdiary for David's Dev Diary

Just thought I'd mention for any Mac or iPhone developers who read my blog, or customers who are interested in a behind-the-scenes look at my development process:

I recently joined the club and created a David's Dev Diary account on Twitter. It is a separate place for me to post a potentially boring diary of my development work. It is focused purely on the technical aspects that I normally wouldn't bother mentioning on my main Twitter account, @dejal.

Follow @dejaldevdiary on Twitter for all the highly exciting technical details (and maybe a hint or two about what's coming up... e.g. I'm currently working on a secret new iPhone app).

For a list of other developers writing diaries, check out the Dev Diaries website.

Tweeting cats

As you may have read before, Dejal products are tweeting — posting updates via Twitter.

I also post a mix of Dejal news and personal events on my Twitter account, @dejal, though I don't tend to be overly chatty. My life isn't all that interesting, I guess. I do recommend that anyone interested in hearing about Dejal updates or me should follow that account, though.

But I was going to write about cats. We have three cats. The oldest is Pixel, a 9-year-old orange tabby, star of the Caboodle icon. He's a crotchety old man, so doesn't have much to say.

The younger two are littermates, Padmé and Pippin, both almost two years old.

Padmé is a royal princess, a petite dilute tortie. She is on Twitter as Princess Padme (@princess_padme), and posts about once a day, always in haiku. For example, one from a few days ago:

Fluttering insect/
On the cat tv today/
Must be food channel

Her brother Pippin is also on Twitter. He's not the brightest bulb; when we first met him at the cat shelter, he was stepping in his water dish, looking at his paw in a confused way (how did it get wet?), then repeating. He's a funny guy, who loves to jump and play. He's on Twitter as Pippin the meeper (@leapybobeepy), though doesn't post all that often.

There are actually a lot of cats on Twitter, including really popular ones like @sockington. So we felt it'd be fun to encourage our youngest two to join in too. Follow them for the occasional dose of humor from the cat perspective.

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I don't like to be too repetitive on my blog, and have had a few releases in a row, and another on Monday... so wanted to post something non-release-related.

But I couldn't think of any topic.

So enjoy this blank space....

 
 
 
 
 
 

Oh... you might enjoy following our cat Padmé on Twitter: @princess_padme. For some reason, she always posts in haiku. Must be a princessly thing.

Dejal products are tweeting!

If you haven't been living under a rock, you've probably heard of Twitter, the service where you can post updates on what you are doing in 140 characters or less, and follow "tweets" from whomever interests you.

If you've been following this blog for a while, you probably also know that Dejal is on Twitter — I post tweets about company topics, product releases, and personal events — pretty much any topic, though typically not very often.

Well, it seems that three Dejal products have developed some personality of their own, and have snuck onto Twitter! You can follow them to learn about releases, usage tips, and whatever else they have to say. Probably best not to ask them for support (the Dejal Forums remain the best avenue for that), but hopefully they'll be worth a follow. You never know, they might just drop hints about updates and future ideas on occasion.

There are a couple of other Twitter accounts, too:

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