I never thought there would be kinds of food that would be endangered in this manner. After reading this story, I want to go to Italy and try the “threads of God”.
Those of you who have worked in IT probably already knew this and many of us have known or suspected it for years. When I worked for Apple 20+ years ago, we had a slide deck that showed this ROI. I never understood why Apple never took advantage of the data they had on it.
It’s understandable why people want to buy adapters and cables from third parties because the Apple-branded ones are ridiculously expensive. But, their quality is undoubtedly suspect which is why Apple wants them off the market.
Another shootout between the three most popular camera phones. Interesting to compare the Verge’s opinions with those of the CNET article I linked to yesterday.
I love these stories if only for the arguments they generate. I think Pearl Jam and Tupac should be in the Hall but would disagree that Journey, the J. Geils Band, and Joe Tex deserve entry. What about you? Who do you think, out of the 19 nominees this round, deserves to be in or not?
I’ve seen some of this artist’s work before and it is incredible the amount of time and skill this takes.
This is an interesting comparison. The reviewer uses the phones and takes the shots that an “average” person would take. This is not a “Review by a Pro” and therefore, might be even more applicable to our readers. Given the shots the reviewer used, I really don’t have very much argument with their conclusions.
Berry is one of the founders of Rock and Roll with a tumultuous history and relationship with music. It will be really interesting to hear this album and what kind of music he has chosen to release as his last.
I’m just getting over a cold that had me laid out on my couch for a week, sniffling and whining like the giant baby I am.
Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher loved having Jobs at their conference. Not only did it goose attendance but Jobs was always a good, challenging interview for them. Great to see these interviews now available more widely.
This is amazing. Most of us have handwriting that is barely legible yet this guy is doing beautiful calligraphy, handheld, on a large scale.
While I love my Nikon D600, I also enjoy using my mirrorless Olympus M1. Mirrorless cameras have their own pros and cons but they are getting better and better and many create images to rival their similarly priced “full sized” rigs.
“Likely” more accurate?
I have no idea who Danny MacAskill is but he sure as hell can ride a bike.
The article makes an interesting point that many of us, even if we do recycle, recycle too quickly.
The first Planet Earth was a incredible visual feast. The trailer for the sequel looks just as amazing.
Really interesting article about the industry’s search for natural alternatives for the colors found in many of our favorite foods.
This is the typical long, technical and very well done review from the folks at AnandTech. Settle in for a while to read more detail on the new phones than any other publication can manage.
It’s unclear how much of this can be put down to general (possibly misguided) fear of what might happen versus there being an actual threat or possibility.
Certainly the death knell of the Galaxy Note 7. The next question is, how will it affect Samsung’s brand and sales going forward?
I miss album cover art more than I miss the sound of vinyl.
This may be unnecessarily paranoid but sometimes it’s better to be safe than sorry. Or at least in the case of this app, aware of what’s going on.
In the grand scheme of things, this is a minor problem but it is an incredible annoyance to those of us with foul mouths.
How much fun would it be to have one of these presses? I’d be crushing things all day long.
One of the problems we Canadians have always had is that of “national identity”. Even if you’re not Canadian, it might be fun to see where you might fit in this wonderful country. In the interest of full disclosure, I’m a “Permissive Reformer”.
Like many things, the Nobel is a product of its time. Does it need to be updated to reflect the 21st century and not the 19th?
These kinds of studies and surveys are what I magine Apple envisioned when they created the infrastructure for these apps.
My friend Sly has been a lifelong fan of Bruce Springsteen. I’m so happy for her to have been able to meet him, even if for only a few brief moments. Read this story and ask yourself, what hero/idol would you like to meet? Or do you believe it’s true you shouldn’t meet your idols? I’m very glad Sly met hers.
I can definitely say this was the first album that showed me the power of music. The whole thing is utterly incredible.
It’s set up as a really annoying 50 page slideshow but the photography is spectacular.