A “super blue blood moon”? Come on. They’re just making stuff up now.
After some friendly nudging by Dave Mark and I (and others), Rich Mogull comes up with his usual great explanation and cuts through the FUD.
This is incredible. Voyager 1 is 13 billion miles away, running on ancient computer code and JPL was able to use dormant thrusters to give it a nudge.
Mind. Blown. I can barely add 2+2 in Excel and this guy is creating art with it.
Chills. Two of my favorite singers playing with one of my favorite guitarists on an amazing song.
Great post and, now that I have an iPhone X, I’m really looking forward to using it with the Halide app and shooting and editing in RAW as I do with my DSLR.
Most people only know of Orson Welles from his movies – Citizen Kane is arguably the greatest film of all time – but he started as a director of groundbreaking stage plays and radio dramas.
Apple is continuing along a path that will take them to the Apple Watch becoming the preferred device for health monitoring.
Keith Enevoldsen: This pictorial periodic table is colorful, fun, and packed with information. In addition to the element’s name, symbol, and atomic number, each element box has a drawing of one of the element’s main human uses or natural occurrences. … Continued
Like many people, I love trains but they aren’t the most efficient form of travel. If I had all the time and money in the world (many of these trips are not cheap), I’d definitely travel by train.
Even though I’m directionally challenged, I love maps, especially ancient ones. While this is not a light read, check it out for the map illustrations alone.
I always love interviews with Ive.
Pixelmator has been teasing us for a long time about this app and it’s finally here. I’m looking forward to testing it out.
How many of you will say, “Cool!” and how many will say, “Who’s Jim Rockford?”
I’ve got a (new!) 12-year-old and I really wish I could get him to one of these sessions. I’ve heard a lot of good things about them.
I’m officially old. Not only do I not own any of these albums, I’ve never even heard of three-quarters of the listed bands.
I bet when you woke up you didn’t think you’d be reading a really interesting story about panda sex today, did you?
It will be interesting to see how these are received by average users unfamiliar with the technology.
One of the things I’ve seen people talking about is the much improved low light capability of the iPhone X. This is a good description of what happens in low light with the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone X and how the X deals with it much better.
I remember when this happened in 2012 and thinking was a really weird story. This oral history shows it was even weirder than I imagined.
I actually had no idea Apple was building a 2nd spaceship.
I’m sure many Loop readers will say they have few issues with spam but that’s probably because we’re tech savvy enough to take measures to avoid it. But average users are not so lucky.
Casablanca is my favorite movie of all time and, while I knew the circumstances were based in fact, this story goes much deeper.
For us in North America, this might be a terrifying thought.
This might be a tool for people who just want to get thoughts online without having to worry about all the detritus that comes with it.
While it feels like “everyone” is shopping online and retail is on its death bed, this story says it’s not as bad as what it may seem.
This kind of stuff always fascinates me – how critics can love or hate a movie but audience reaction is the complete opposite.
I definitely would have used this in college but it does seem like a lot of effort for a fairly simply process.
I’m not a huge fan of modern art but I visited the MoMA every time I was in New York City. I love the “quietness” of these videos – there’s no narration or voiceover. Just the sounds of the city and the MoMA staff going about their jobs.
There’s approximately a million “photo contests/awards” nowadays and I avoid posting about most of them but these images are spectacular and I had to share.