I’ve been a “loyal” Transmit user for many years and, by extension, a big fan of the parent company Panic. This isn’t the kind of app everyone needs but, if you need it, you’ll appreciate the updates to it.
I’ve read about this story for years but hearing it from the pilot’s mouth is prety cool.
I’ve had a few sets of custom fit earphones and have loved (and sadly, lost) them.
Interesting piece on the issues with the way Apple manages apps. For me, there are all kinds of annoyances, minor and major, with the way Apple manages (often poorly) apps on iOS.
This is a very cool visualization.
I appreciate whatever complications Apple is going through in their stance on privacy. I much prefer their approach to these issues over Google’s and Facebook’s.
Typically amazing video and images in this piece. Hummingbirds are fascinating little creatures.
If you are even a casual fan of science fiction, you’ve got to check out some of these issues. The writing can seem dated at times but you’ll still enjoy some great sci-fi.
For me, it realistically is my last chance to see even a partial eclipse.
Powerful PSA from South Africa.
This is a little scary but not surprising. As they say, it’s a reminder that locks aren’t as secure as we think they are.
I used to be a competitive league bowler – I had my own custom fitted ball and everything – and had to learn these patterns. My problem was being terrible at adjusting to the changes over time.
This is an all too short article.
This is one of the primary reasons Apple created the Apple Retails Stores – to show off their products and technology.
As usual, there is a lot of hair on fire reporting from the tech and Mac media on subjects they don’t understand and/or are too lazy to actually do any research or real reporting. Fleishman does a great job on both.
I hope the irony of this tip being posted on a page with autoplaying video is not lost on Macworld.
You can see a lot of people will set up, “Turn left, dummy!” as their voice prompts.
This is such a sad story and a loss for all of us here and now but it will eventually happen.
Most experienced motorcyclists know about “speed wobble”. It often happens with poorly balanced tires or some mechanical misalignment.
For many of us “in the West”, we are definitely weirded out by death in general and dead bodies specifically. This is a fascinating interview and I’m looking forward to checking out the book.
This is wonderfully silly.
Drone photography brings a fascinating new perspective to photography. Some of these images are stunning.
While I wouldn’t call it “effortless” (there are a couple of minor annoyances), I’ve been using SYC 2 for a couple of weeks and really like the ease of use. I download a lot of videos for offline viewing and this app makes it a simple process.
I knew the teapot was a popular object to do in CGI but had no idea why or its history.
If you are lucky enough to be able to get to the path of totality, you owe it to yourself to witness this almost literal once in a lifetime event.
I’ve been a Glif user and supporter since their first Kickstarter campaign and this is the best Glif yet.
I’ve heard of them but knew next to nothing about them. And they are damn cute.
I’ve always thought these kinds of comparisons were ridiculous but Stern makes this video more enjoyable than it has any right to be.
What starts off as a perfectly normal safety video turns kinda weird quickly.
Watching this makes me wonder how long it would take me before I threw up.