This is really geeky and really cool.
I would love to read this not just for the story telling style of a graphic novel but because, even in middle age, I have a soft spot for D&D and would play it again this weekend if I could.
Some very interesting and very geeky comparisons between the two mapping services. I can confirm what he says about TomTom. My motorcycle GPS is a TomTom and frankly, it’s often not very good.
To say the very least, this is incredibly creepy.
This broadening and focusing the scope of Apple News will be interesting to watch.
Expect big things.
If these numbers are important to you (and they are for a lot of people), it’s good to know the Apple Watch comes out ahead.
I don’t use either to manage my photos. Any Loopers want to weigh in on their particular pros and cons?
My life is an open book so I don’t care about the GPS data on my photos but many people do have legitimate concerns. These are easy steps to take.
I don’t know that I have a use for this app but it’s a very clever implementation.
You start off thinking, “Well, this is stupid. It’s just an hourglass.” You read more and think, “Kinda cool design though.” Then you get to the price and think, “There are 100 people out there with more money than sense….”
I think we’ll see more companies implement these kinds of security features in their apps.
I have a couple of Anker cables and battery packs. I think they are very good quality and certainly cheaper than the ones I’ve bought from Apple.
Looks like fun.
The usual caveats apply: Only for US-based customers and only for those who have never signed up before.
If I had the money, I’d buy one of these coffee tables in a heartbeat.
The mashup you never thought could happen.
These are shot in a style I couldn’t accomplish but I love the look and feel of them.
You’ve got to admire the efficiency and speed if nothing else.
I’ve always been a big fan of Olympus’ “Tough” line and recommend it particularly for those who are hard on their gear, want to shoot in “adverse” conditions or want a good camera to give to a child. I’ve used my old Tough point and shoot mounted to my motorcycle, in the snow, underwater – places I’d never take my DSLR or iPhone.
Levy is understandably a little miffed at the attention the box is getting but it’s weirdly interesting and another testament to Apple’s attention to details.
As always, never click on links you weren’t expecting.
Put me in the “extremely likely” camp.
Can you imagine sitting on a plane and hearing the pilot over the intercom, “Welcome to the flight, ladies and gentlemen…” And thinking to yourself, “Huh – that sounds like….naw…couldn’t be!”
This video puts the “hyper” in hyperlapse but it certainly captures the energy of New York City.
Using the Have I Been Pwned site, I found a number of places where my main email address has been compromised in a data breach.
I fondly remember seeing a circus as a ten-year-old in the Halifax Forum. It was the first time I’d ever seen “wild” animals and it was a magical experience.
This should come as no surprise. Apple has been signaling this move for quite some time.
I knew narwhals didn’t spear fish with their tusk but it’s interesting to see how they do use it.
Interesting development. I still use MP3 for all my audio needs.