iPhone X: Five Months In
Sometimes, I read other people’s reviews of devices I own and wonder if we’re actually using the same thing. The iPhone X is one such device. via Pocket
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16 hours ago
Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review: Everything you need to know
Chromebooks are immensely popular in schools all around the world, but they don’t offer the portability or convenience of, say, an iPad or Surface device. That’s why Google is now partnering with manufacturers to launch Chrome OS tablets. via Pocket
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20 hours ago
What's new in August 2018 on Amazon Prime Video and Hulu | Android Central
Let us just put things like this: There are so many great old movies available on Amazon Prime Video in August — that is, for free with your Prime Membership — that we can't list them all here. (We can, however, list them at CordCutters.com, so hit that link below.) via Pocket
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20 hours ago
Hands-on with Moment's new best-in-class Pro Camera app | Android Central
You might've heard that Moment recently released a camera app for iOS and Android. You know Moment — that's the company behind the lenses you can attach to your phone, which adds capabilities for wide-angle, telephoto, and macro photography. via Pocket
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20 hours ago
Review: How YouTube Music stacks up against Spotify and Pandora | 9to5Google
YouTube Music, the latest in Google’s long history of attempts at breaking into the music streaming market, launched last month in 17 countries. via Pocket
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20 hours ago
Ditching Windows: 2 Weeks With Ubuntu Linux On The Dell XPS 13
A few weeks ago during a time-sensitive 350GB file transfer, Windows 10 rebooted without warning. When the OS restarted I was greeted with an infuriating blue screen that had become all too familiar. No, not that infuriating blue screen. The one that declares "Working On Updates. via Pocket
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yesterday
A Complete Guide to Evernote — Nora Conrad
I got a lot of these fantastic ideas from the YouTube user Evernote Scott. He has a TON of videos about Evernote and some great ideas, so if you want to know more, definitely take some time to check him out! Keep in mind that this is one of MANY ways to set up your Evernote account. via Pocket
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yesterday
What’s Ahead for Evernote in 2018 – Taking Note – Medium
As Evernote’s CEO, I’m amazed every day. I get to see our employees working hard to develop the product and create new partnerships and innovations that promise to make Evernote even better. I also have the privilege of seeing unbelievably inspiring things that people are doing with Evernote. via Pocket
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yesterday
A 9-Step Productivity Guide Tim Ferriss Evernote | InsideHook
Outside your window right now: a most beautiful Tuesday in early June. And yet somehow, you’re going to get a lot done today. via Pocket
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yesterday
Ask Tim Ferriss | InsideHook
Because every man wants to improve himself, and sometimes even actually tries to, we're proud to present Ask Tim Ferriss: a series in which the lifestyle guru and bestselling author answers your questions and helps you live your best life. Have a question? Just Ask Tim Ferriss. Hey there, all. via Pocket
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yesterday
“Google Was Not a Normal Place”: Brin, Page, and Mayer on the Accidental Birth of the Company that Changed Everything | Vanity Fair
In 1996, as the World Wide Web was taking off, Larry Page and Sergey Brin watched from the sidelines. Unlike the rest of Silicon Valley, they weren’t interested in using the Internet to buy and sell stuff, or to read and publish stories, or even to score Grateful Dead tickets. via Pocket
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2 days ago
Journaling as a Problem-Solving Tool - Steve Pavlina
One the most powerful personal development tools is simply to keep a personal journal. I’ve been keeping paper journals since 1996, and two years ago I converted to journaling software, which I find much faster and more convenient. The program I use is called The Journal. via Pocket
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2 days ago
Bouie on the War for a White Electorate - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Even if you blocked all immigration to the United States and removed millions of naturalized citizens, existing trends make demographic change inevitable. At some point in the not-distant future, a majority of Americans will be of black, Hispanic, and Asian origin. via Pocket
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2 days ago
blog.ipsaloquitur.org
Even if you blocked all immigration to the United States and removed millions of naturalized citizens, existing trends make demographic change inevitable. At some point in the not-distant future, a majority of Americans will be of black, Hispanic, and Asian origin. via Pocket
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2 days ago
Now you can use Google Assistant to map out your day - The Verge
Google just announced that it will introduce a “visual snapshot” feature in Assistant to summarize what’s happening in your day. via Pocket
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2 days ago
blog.md · GitHub
It's easier than ever to write things down, but harder than ever to find anything. I've been writing for as long as I can remember,and over that time I've stumbled across so many tools that promise to make me more productive, better organized, or ultimately, a better writer. via Pocket
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3 days ago
The Case For Reading Fiction
I saw a meme floating around social media recently that read: LIFE IS TOO SHORT TO READ FICTION I disagree. I probably read more non-fiction than fiction but here are a few reasons why I like to balance things out with a little of each: Storytelling is important. via Pocket
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3 days ago
We will never see a movie like The Dark Knight again - Polygon
On the occasion of The Dark Knight’s 10th anniversary, Polygon is spending the week investigating the comic-book blockbuster’s legacy. Why so serious? Because Christopher Nolan’s Bat-sequel gave us lots to talk about. This is the retrospective you deserve and the one you need right now. via Pocket
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3 days ago
When Algorithms Surprise Us - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Research scientist Janelle Shane writes a blog called AI Weirdness, examining how artificial intelligence isn’t always so intelligent. Here’s a post on what happens When algorithms surprise us: via Pocket
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4 days ago
Don’t Feed the Trolls - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Film Crit Hulk wrote an article for The Verge called “Don’t feed the trolls, and other hideous lies,” and it’s excellent from start to finish. Here are a couple of my favorite bits: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are now so large that they are considered “unmoderatable” communities. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Mueller's July 2018 Indictment - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Today, Special Counsel Bob Mueller’s team of attorneys filed an indictment against twelve Russian nationals in a US District Court. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Can Andy Byford Save the Subways? - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
The New Yorker’s mandatory long read on the new president of New York City Transit: Can Andy Byford Save the Subways? leaves me feeling more hopeful about the future of the subway than I have in a long time. via Pocket
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4 days ago
The Limits of Normcore Politics - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Vox’s Matt Yglesias has a new piece on the limits of normcore politics. It’s a warning to liberals that Donald Trump isn’t necessarily a disease that America needs to resist at all costs, but he might be a symptom of an underlying issue. via Pocket
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4 days ago
What's On Paul Manafort's iPod? - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Nobody is reading and writing more thoughfully about the Special Counsel’s investigation than freelance national security journalist Marcy Wheeler. Over the weekend, she published an eyebrow-raising note on her continuing obsession with Paul Manafort’s iPods, which the FBI seized in August 2017. via Pocket
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4 days ago
NY Attorney General Sues Trump, Foundation - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Thursday, June 14 was President Trump’s birthday. Now, for my birthday, I got a notebook with special fountain pen-friendly paper because I live in Brooklyn, and they’ll kick me out if I don’t use an old-fashioned pen. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Red Hens and Black Lists - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Mari Uyehara, writing in GQ on the breathtaking spinelessness of a Washington Post editorial, and more broadly on why restaurants everywhere should blacklist members of the Trump Administration after Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave the Red Hen: [Red Hen Owner Stephanie] Wilkinson’s rec via Pocket
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4 days ago
Measuring Bail - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Anna Maria Barry-Jester and Mai Nguyen measured how bail works in New York City, analyzing over 100,000 cases handled by the largest public defense organization in the State. When you’re indicted by a grand jury, you’re arraigned – taken to the court and asked by a judge how you plead. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Warrantless Searches of iPhones - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
I enjoyed this piece from Riana Pfefferkorn, writing in NYU Law’s Just Security, on the implications of a forthcoming iPhone feature called “USB Restricted Mode” that blocks all connections to a computer if the phone hasn’t been unlocked in over an hour. via Pocket
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4 days ago
On the Stanford Prison Experiment - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Like just about everyone who took an Intro to Psychology course in college, I learned about Philip Zimbardo’s “Stanford Prison Experiment” as a parable about the dangers of groupthink and the ease with which authority—real or imagined—led to the abuse of power. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Own Golazo - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
The La Liga app, which is the official streaming app for Spain’s most popular football league, has reportedly been using the microphones on fans’ phones to root out unauthorized broadcasts of matches in public venues like bars and restaurants. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Shell Game - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
I really miss the days when there wasn’t a whole month’s worth of news crammed into a week. Last week, the first details of Michael Cohen’s essential(?) consulting business have been leaked into the public. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Followup on a San Bernardino iPhone - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Remember the San Bernardino shooters? The husband and wife team that walked into his office holiday party and opened fire with a pair of assault rifles, and were then shot to death by police after a brief car chase? Detectives recovered the husband’s work phone, an iPhone with full-disk encryptio via Pocket
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4 days ago
Very Little Gravitas Indeed - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
One of my favorite series on the Lawyers, Guns & Money blog is Abigail Nussbaum’s Political History of the Future, in which she analyzes the politics of science fiction settings. This bit from her essay on Iain M. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Introduction to Surveillance Capitalism - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Maciej Cegłowski is one of the best writers about the internet you can read. In April 2017, he gave a talk titled Build a Better Monster: Morality, Machine Learning, and Mass Surveillance that you should watch or read in its entirety. via Pocket
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4 days ago
The Trial of Noor Salman - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Rachel Louise Snyder in the New Yorker last month, writing about The Trial of Noor Salman and Its Shocking Disregard for Survivors of Domestic Violence left me pretty rattled. If you’re unaware, Salman is the widow of the guy who murdered forty-nine people at the Pulse Nightclub in Miami in 2016. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Adopted Across the Ocean - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Kathryn Tolbert in the Washington Post: He searched for his Japanese birth mother. He found her — and the restaurant she had named after him. It began with a heart attack in the Pentagon parking lot in pre-dawn darkness. Air Force Col. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Something That Has Broken in Every Single Possible Way - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
The New Yorker’s Ben Taub has an amazing story in the New Yorker about a former CIA counterterrorism expert who joined his hometown police force. via Pocket
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4 days ago
The Stories Behind China’s Best NBA Nicknames - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
At their best, Chinese nicknames always seem to combine both affection and shade, producing monikers that both fans and haters can get behind. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Welcome to Blog Ipsa Loquitur - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
A little administrative housekeeping: I’ve renamed this blog from Barely Legally to Blog Ipsa Loquitur and moved it to a new domain. You don’t need to update your bookmarks or do anything different, because every URL at barelylegally. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Emails and Echo Chambers - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Lawyers, Guns & Money is one of my favorite blogs because you don’t spend a lot of time wondering what the premises of their posts are. Here’s one that I missed the first time around: The Russian Hacks Were Effective Because of Terrible Reporting Practices. via Pocket
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4 days ago
What If Kurt Cobain Didn’t Die? | SPIN
In SPIN’s April 2004 tribute issue to Kurt Cobain, then senior writer Chuck Klosterman posed a compelling and unique question: “What would have happened if Cobain lived?” Below, read Klosterman’s theory about what the rock god’s future could have held, had he not died 16 years ago. via Pocket
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6 days ago
The Death of a Once Great City | Harper's Magazine
New York has been my home for more than forty years, from the year after the city’s supposed nadir in 1975, when it nearly went bankrupt. via Pocket
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6 days ago
Forty-Five Things I Learned in the Gulag
For fifteen years the writer Varlam Shalamov was imprisoned in the Gulag for participating in “counter-revolutionary Trotskyist activities.” He endured six of those years enslaved in the gold mines of Kolyma, one of the coldest and most hostile places on earth. via Pocket
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6 days ago
How to Grow Old: Bertrand Russell on What Makes a Fulfilling Life – Brain Pickings
Henry Miller wrote as he contemplated the measure of a life well lived on the precipice of turning eighty, “if you can forgive as well as forget, if you can keep from growing sour, surly, bitter and cynical… you’ve got it half licked. via Pocket
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6 days ago
My Conversation with Juan Pablo Villarino - Marginal REVOLUTION
Juan is sometimes considered the world’s greatest hitchhiker, and this was one of my favorite installments in the series. via Pocket
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6 days ago
Nabokov’s dreams
Lately, I’ve been getting more and more interested in dreams, as experiences and as psychological phenomena. I don’t have a fancy theory of dreams as yet beyond “brain garbage,” but brain garbage is still a pretty interesting idea. via Pocket
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6 days ago
Review: Google Podcasts puts simplicity over features [Video] | 9to5Google
Google is late to the podcast party having only released their first official Podcast app just under 3 weeks ago. But despite its tardiness, Google hopes to win over the audio listening crowd with a sleek interface, a massive indexed library, and core integration with your smart home devices… via Pocket
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7 days ago
Samsung Wins Two Top AI Reading Comprehension Competitions | Androidheadlines.com
Samsung Electronics emerged victorious from two high-profile AI reading comprehension competitions recently held in the United States, having surpassed rivals in the TriviaQA challenge organized by the University of Washington, in addition to topping Microsoft’s MAc via Pocket
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7 days ago
These are the Android apps I can't live without | Android Central
These days, it's easy to forget that smartphones didn't always have vast app stores and ecosystems; just over a decade ago, the apps that came on your phone were the apps you were stuck with. via Pocket
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7 days ago
The Meaning of Muse «
As William Goldman once said, when it comes to pop culture prognosticating, nobody knows anything. It is unwise for me to concede this. via Pocket
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9 days ago
Why An American Choose Tottenham: Spurs = The Green Bay Packers | TottenhamBlog.com
American fans tend to be frontrunners—unlike the Brits, perhaps, we derive no sick pleasure from rooting for losers. If our teams aren’t champions, well, we start rooting for teams that are. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Why We Love Your Club: Tottenham Hotspur - Fear The Wall
Audere Est Facere. To the average person who doesn't speak Latin, these words mean nothing, but to a Tottenham fan they represent the philosophy embedded in the foundation and history of their club. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Americans: Which Premier League Team Should You Root For? | Anglophenia | BBC America
From Gooners to Hammers, here’s your guide to the supporters of all 20 Premier League teams. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Why I’m a Tottenham Hotspur fan - Cartilage Free Captain
Welcome to the refreshed Cartilage Free Captain! To celebrate the new look and feel of our sports communities, we’re sharing stories of how and why we became fans of our favorite teams. If you’d like to share your story, head over to the FanPosts to write your own post. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Making the case for Tottenham «
• We are very young with a number of homegrown stars. Aaron Lennon, England’s most electric player at the World Cup is under 20 and plays for us. Ledley King, Michael Carrick and Paul Robinson were also on the English squad and are all 26 or younger. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Stanley Kubrick explains the ending of 2001: A Space Odyssey in newly discovered interview
For 50 years the film's ambiguous ending has been the subject of debate among fans, with numerous theories providing a possible explanation. But now, for the first time in history, a re-emerged interview with Kubrick has revealed exactly what happened at the end of the film.  via Pocket
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10 days ago
Scary Good: Ghost's Tobias Forge Breaks Down the Brilliant New 'Prequelle' - Guitar World
It’s been an eventful past year, to say the least, for singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tobias Forge. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Chris Cornell Was One Of Grunge’s Best And Most Underrated Songwriters
For someone who grew up in the ’90s and was raised on grunge, waking up to the shocking news that Chris Cornell, lead singer of Soundgarden and Audioslave, has died suddenly at age 52 by conjures a wave of feelings and thoughts, almost all of them sad. via Pocket
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11 days ago
Soundgarden, Again «
On Saturday I spent several hours listening to Soundgarden’s first studio album in 16 years, King Animal, and trying to formulate an opinion about it beyond “Whoa, this is way better than I expected.” So, naturally, I turned to the 2000 VH1 original movie Two of Us later that night on YouTube. via Pocket
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11 days ago
Logging with Day One, geek style - BrettTerpstra.com
I have long kept a journal–more precisely, a log–using VoodooPad with the Scratchpad scripts by Ian Beck. It’s been a great system, but after years of usage it’s started to become a bit cumbersome. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Page not found – SUNNIVA HOLT
Do you want more money, to be happier, to find purpose, to have more energy, to meet your soulmate? You can create all of it (and I have!) through intentional daily journaling. Journaling is so so powerful. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Write your Script: A Mindful Ritual. | elephant journal
Even at a young age, before I even knew what catharsis was, I took a pen in hand to scribble about my day. via Pocket
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12 days ago
19 Google Doc Features You Didn't Know Existed (But Totally Should)
A few years ago, as I was scrolling mindlessly through my Facebook News Feed, I found an article that told me I was using paper ketchup cups all wrong. It turns out you're supposed to fan out the sides of the cup to increase ketchup capacity, like this. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Google Drive for Researchers: 3 Perspectives from the Paperpile Team - Paperpile
We saved the last spot in our research productivity series for Google Drive. We found it’s harder to generate the enthusiasm about Google Drive for researchers than for the other apps we covered. This is because it forms the basic infrastructure of our cloud workflow. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Using Google Drive, Mendeley, Evernote, and Trello to manage a remote collaborative research project - Robert Talbert, PhD
Recently, I wrote about how GTD concepts have helped me stay relatively focused and productive as I read academic reseach articles. via Pocket
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12 days ago
How To Organize Your Research With The Power Of Google Drive
Google Docs has made its home on Google Drive. So after one year, it’s high time to get used to calling it by the new account name. Some digital habits die hard, and in my case I find it’s still kicking as I continue to call it by its former name. I am one of the stragglers here. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Why Dick Dale May Never Die – Martin J. Smith – Medium
Some people crash and burn. Dick Dale, the “King of the Surf Guitar,” crashed and bounced. Five times. There’s a lesson in that. via Pocket
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13 days ago
The Strange and Unusual Story Behind CCR’s Bad Moon Rising | Groovy History
Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR), as you probably know is an American band who first played together as a group in 1959. They remained front and center in pop-culture music of the groovy era. CCR was epically popular throughout the late 60’s and early 70’s but their music lives on. via Pocket
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13 days ago
DEAL: Grab a Samsung Galaxy S9 on eBay for $575 – Droid Life
The current best Galaxy S9 deal I’ve seen in a while is at eBay as we head into the weekend. For $574.99, you can grab an unlocked dual SIM model with 64GB storage. Remember, the Galaxy S9 typically retails at a starting price of $720, so we’re talking about a discount close to $200. via Pocket
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13 days ago
How Does Spotify Know You So Well? – Member Feature Stories – Medium
A software engineer explains the science behind personalized music recommendationsSophia Ciocca via Pocket
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16 days ago
How to learn a language: Use "spaced repetition" — Quartz
Before your trip abroad, you hit the flashcards hard. You memorized how to say essential words and phrases like “hello,” “where is the bathroom,” and “I’ll have a beer.” But once you arrived, it’s like your brain had never encountered the language at all. Words would not come. via Pocket
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17 days ago
After using Chrome OS for four months, I never want to go back | Android Central
Even though I've been enthralled by Android since the original Galaxy S Fascinate on Verizon Wireless, it took me until this year to finally give Google's desktop operating system — Chrome OS — a proper try. via Pocket
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18 days ago
"The First Purge": The horror movie experiment starts on Staten Island — Quartzy
In the shadow of Manhattan’s skyscrapers, upon New York Bay, floats the least populated and most disconnected of New York City’s five boroughs, Staten Island. It doesn’t have Manhattan’s status, Brooklyn’s swagger, Queens’s culture, or the Bronx’s grit. via Pocket
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20 days ago
You don't need an Apple Mac laptop—everything you need is in a Google Chromebook — Quartz
Since shipping off to college in 2010, a Macbook Pro has always been banging around in my backpack. via Pocket
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22 days ago
The Surface Book 2 is everything the MacBook Pro should be - Charged
I've been hunting for a great MacBook Pro replacement since early 2017 and while I've been happy with my switch to a desktop machine at home, it's been an interesting journey trying to find something that's on the same all-around hardware and software experience on the laptop side. via Pocket
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23 days ago
Tim Barry: Growing Older and Poorer, with Grace - Noisey
Tiny avalanches of grey rocks and dust follow Tim Barry down a steep hill under the mask of darkness. "The best way to do it is to crabwalk it," he says as he descends the stones on the heels of his shoes and the palms of his hands, a slight hint of moonlight guiding his way. via Pocket
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25 days ago
Google's endless app overlap: What's going on?
This article started as a short piece titled “Google’s Tasks App is Pointless.” As I wrote, it turned out I had much more to say on what is becoming a growing issue with Google’s approach to product development. via Pocket
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26 days ago
Smartphone photography tips: 16 pointers you should know
Smartphone cameras have improved dramatically in the last few years, owing to better sensors and smarter image processing. Heck, the multi-camera revolution has also yielded better zoom and depth-of-field effects hitherto unknown to smartphone photography. via Pocket
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26 days ago
Why You Shouldn't Be Proud to Be a Workaholic | Inc.com
So you say your schedule is insanely full? Science says you're probably lying. The dirty little secret of our always-on culture is that much of it is, apparently, an illusion. via Pocket
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27 days ago
Ask Matt: Debating ‘Americans’ Finale, ‘Killing Eve,’ ‘FTWD;’ Plus: ‘Elementary,’ Marginalized Fantasy on TV – TV Insider
Welcome to the Q&A with TV critic (also known to some TV fans as their "TV therapist") Matt Roush, who'll address whatever you love, loathe, are confused or frustrated or thrilled by in today's vast TV landscape. via Pocket
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27 days ago
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