Thanksgiving is over and Dave and I are back at it. From Billie Eilish to MacBook Pros shutting down, we talk about a variety of topics and have our usual amount of fun doing it.
This is how 2007’s WWDC opened. Pretty great stuff, especially if you loved the “I’m a Mac ad campaign”. Stick around to the end when Steve brings up Intel’s CEO.
I generally enjoy Jeff Benjamin’s video reviews, have posted a number of them here. But this one really struck me, mostly because of Jeff’s reaction to the new MacBook keyboard, and his take on the old one.
If you are not into unboxing, skip to 2:50 for the machine itself. Good stuff, Jeff, makes me want one.
I’m not crying. You’re crying.
Agarwal has done it again – created a website that compels you to keep clicking and clicking and clicking. Great stuff.
The New York to Los Angeles Cannonball Record is now an insane 27.5 hours. Now, there’s no way any of us would ever condone doing such a thing but that’s still pretty “cool” in a completely illegal kind of way.
Please tell me other cities have an equivalent to our Reindeer city bus.
Just for comparison, here’s the original version of this iconic song, most definitely in a celebratory major key.
With that as context, take a listen to the reworked version below. I find it amazing how well this one works, and the fact that someone was able to make the pitch changes to the original to make this possible.