By bookmarking given blogs and personalizing social-media feeds, we customize the news we consume and the political beliefs we’re exposed to as never before. And this colors our days, or rather bleeds them of color, reducing them to a single hue.
I’ve been wondering about this for years. We make our own bubbles. This helps to confirm my suspicions.
Both kids sick again. Made it almost a week!
Nothing like a trip to the pediatric cardiologist to wrap up a fuckshow of a week.
A headache so bad that it hurts to move. Thanks, Tuesday.
This is totally off-topic but khakis with a little bit of stretch in them are effing amazing.
If [the new MacBook Pros] are fully switched off, opening the laptop will automatically turn them on, removing the need to press the power button.
I’m sad to see the chime disappear without so much as a mention from Apple, but if it’s truly unnecessary because of the boot process, at least it’s disappearance makes sense.
When I was talking about the Surface Studio on Twitter, someone responded “have you guys even used Windows lately”. I chuckled, because I have, and it’s shit. Anyone who thinks the Surface Studio makes up for that, is going to be really fucking sad.
I’ve had a post just like this floating around in my had, but Ben Brooks got there first.
Hilariously, you can spend $4299 dollars on a spanking new MacBook Pro and $969 dollars on an iPhone 7 Plus — both from the same manufacturer — but you cannot connect them together without a $25 conversion cable.
Jared Sinclair’s list of various technological incompatibilities barely scratches the surface but should provide more than enough fuel for some anger in your belly. This isn’t the future that I was hoping for as a kid watching Star Trek.