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Why the New York Times, BuzzFeed, and more help you find the best - Vox
Say you want to buy a travel mug. You could go to Target, but staring at the display isn’t going to tell you which one is difficult to clean and which is likely to spill coffee down your sweater during your morning commute. So you Google “best travel mugs. via Pocket
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9 hours ago by keithprime
The Enormous Life of Anthony Bourdain, According to Those Who Knew Him Best | GQ
Chris Bourdain is searching for a word that he cannot quite find. We're sitting together in a small café in Grand Central Terminal, drinking table wine and talking about his late older brother, Anthony. via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
T-Mobile Still Bad At International Pass, Google Fi Not The Answer For iPhone - Live and Let's Fly
Despite outlining the struggle I have experienced with T-Mobile and their International Data Pass, the process of adding the package may have gotten worse and Google Fi is not a better answer. Don’t they read this blog? via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
America’s Dumbest Work Videos - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
The New York Times’s Rachel Abrams and John Koblin reporting on how CBS Paid the Actress Eliza Dushku $9.5 Million to Settle Sexual Harassment Claims is, in many ways, the least surprising story you can imagine. via Pocket
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2 days ago by keithprime
Shave Wars - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Folks, there’s been a lot of heavy stuff on Blog Ipsa Loquitur these last few months. The news is full of federal indictments, surveillance technology companies moonlighting as social media platforms, and a slow motion constitutional crisis that could spark a second civil war. via Pocket
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2 days ago by keithprime
Is Uber Going Under? - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Yves Smith in New York Magazine: Will Uber Survive the Next Decade? But, but, but — you may say — Uber has established a large business in cities over the world. Yes, it’s easy to get a lot of traffic by selling at a discount. Uber is subsidizing ride costs. via Pocket
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3 days ago by keithprime
System of a Down: Toxicity Album Review | Pitchfork
Toxicity came out one week before September 11th, 2001. Its lead single, “Chop Suey!,” famously landed on a Clear Channel blacklist of songs to avoid broadcasting in the wake of the attacks on the World Trade Center. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
Breaking The News - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
In January this year, “Anger Groups” (Groupes Colère) started to appear across French Facebook. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Yellow Jackets and Pizza Parlors - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Chances are, by now, your country has some, if not all, of the following. First off, you probably have some kind of local internet troll problem, like the MAGAsphere in the US, the Netto-uyoku in Japan, Fujitrolls in Peru, or AK-trolls in Turkey. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
On Needing to Find Something to Worry About - The Book of LifeThe Book of Life
It sounds paradoxical and absurd to think that some of us might need to find something to worry about in order to recover our equilibrium. Worry is, after all, something we should rightly hate to have to suffer and should engage with only when absolutely necessary. via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
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8 days ago by keithprime
kottke.org - The 2018 kottke.org Holiday Gift Guide
As I’ve done for the last five years, I’ve spent the past few weeks scouring the internet for the best 2018 gift guides and pulled a few of the most interesting items from each. Think of it as a curated meta-guide for your holiday giving. Let’s dig in. Charitable giving always tops this list. via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
Dempsey Marks’ Morning Routine on My Morning Routine
What is your morning routine? I wake up between 7:00 and 7:30am. I usually have my alarm set for 7:30am but often wake up before it goes off. When I do wake before it goes off, I get up. via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
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The iPhone could be an incredible tool, but most people use their phone as a life-shortening distraction device. However, if you take the time to follow the steps in this article you will be more… via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
Breaking The News - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
In January this year, “Anger Groups” (Groupes Colère) started to appear across French Facebook. via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
Google Just Can't Get the Message
It’s been a rough week or so to be invested in a Google messaging service, hell it’s been a rough decade to be invested in a Google messaging service. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
Anker's latest holiday blowout sale includes wireless earbuds, cables, smart scales, and more | Android Central
Popular accessory manufacturer Anker just unveiled a whole host of new deals with prices starting at just $10 today at Amazon. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
Attention is not a resource but a way of being alive to the world | Aeon Ideas
‘We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom.’ Those were the words of the American biologist E O Wilson at the turn of the century. Fastforward to the smartphone era, and it’s easy to believe that our mental lives are now more fragmentary and scattered than ever. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
How a 6-Year-Old Survived Being Lost in the Woods | Outside Online
Cody Sheehy is standing in a grassy meadow in northeast Oregon, surrounded by dark pines, spruce, and juniper trees. Cody, 39 years old and six foot two, grew up in a ranching family here in remote, rugged Wallowa County. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
100 Best Pens: Gel, Ballpoint, Rollerball, and More, 2018
At its most basic, a pen has to do just one thing, but there are so many reasons to choose one over another. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Say goodbye? I say Allo: A brief look at the past, present, and future of Google messaging - 9to5Google
Over the past week, the narrative around Google’s messaging and communication services has been defined by a spate of planned deprecations — both of which 9to5Google first reported about. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
Report: big tech is collecting children’s data at an alarming rate - Vox
Many parents today enjoy posting about their family on social media. But along with those adorable photos, they are sharing crucial data about their children that big tech companies are harvesting. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
On Switching from iOS to Android — Fraser Speirs
I may be having the most boring mid-life crisis that any man has ever had, or I may be opening a whole new chapter of my computing life. I don’t know. This year, I decided to make a change. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
On Switching from an iPad Pro and a Macbook to a Pixelbook — Fraser Speirs
The stranger and more complex story of change in my computing life is the decision to move from an iPad Pro and a Macbook to a Chromebook. My computing is complicated and I wear too many hats but what I’m talking about here is my day-to-day main portable computing device. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Father's death spurs son to reach new heights - SFGate
An island of smooth boulders split the snowfield, offering relatively comfortable resting spots, all things considered. I myself had opted to lie facedown in the snow. Or rather, my knees had come to an independent decision on the matter. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
How Google can clean up its messaging mess after Allo's shutdown | PCWorld
Google would like us to think of its messaging strategy as a work in progress. What it’s progressing towards, I don’t know. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Mariners, Mets Choose Opposite Paths | FanGraphs Baseball
You probably don’t need me to remind you of this, but, in the 2018 season, the Mariners won a dozen more games than the Mets did. The Mariners, for some time, felt ticketed for the playoffs, and they topped out at 24 games over .500. The Mets were 10 games over . via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Mets are reaching for relevance with the Robinson Cano trade, and it makes them one of 2019's most compelling teams - CBSSports.com
The Mets sent five players to the Mariners for two win-now commodities, on a team that probably isn't ready to win now. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Are smartphones bad for you? The science is still out - The Verge
Every other week, there’s a new report about what staring at a screen is doing to your brain. It’s hard to know what to trust, and that could be because scientists haven’t been measuring screen time correctly. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel Slate review: slapdash software ruins good hardware - The Verge
The tricky thing about Google’s new Pixel Slate is that it checks so many boxes a lot of people want checked on a tablet. Desktop-class web browser that won’t kick you to an app or serve up a mobile version of a website? Check. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
Review: The Google Pixel Slate is a beautiful mess - but mostly just a mess
The Pixel Slate is, in a word, flawed. It’s not a very good laptop; the official keyboard case is nigh-unusable on anything but a completely flat surface, far too bulky for most airline trays, and the folding fabric kickstand can make balancing it a precarious affair. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
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At the age of 16, I was the best salesman in the world. Or that’s how my dad made me feel when I talked to customers in his phone store about the advantages of phones like the Siemens C60 over the Nokia 3595. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
52 things I learned in 2018 – Fluxx Studio Notes – Medium
This year I edited another book, worked on fascinating projects at Fluxx, and learned learnings. You might also enjoy: Lessons in Human-Centred Design from DIYSOS, or How Fluxx uses jugaad innovation Every Day. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
Character and Fitness - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Don’t miss this remarkable piece of writing by Reginald Dwayne Betts: Could an Ex-Convict Become an Attorney? I Intended to Find Out. One afternoon in the fall of 2016, I sat in a windowless visiting room at the Manson Youth Institution in Cheshire, Conn. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
What The Heck Did Paul Manafort Do? - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Last week, the Special Counsel’s Office (SCO) and Paul Manafort’s attorneys filed a joint status report in the DC federal court where Paul Manafort entered his plea agreement back in September. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
404: Apache Can't Even - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Don’t miss this remarkable piece of writing by Reginald Dwayne Betts: Could an Ex-Convict Become an Attorney? I Intended to Find Out. One afternoon in the fall of 2016, I sat in a windowless visiting room at the Manson Youth Institution in Cheshire, Conn. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
Google makes it clear no one should ever buy Pixel at launch - 9to5Google
Google’s Pixel phones are far from perfect, but they are getting better year by year. Despite various flaws, they remain some of our favorite phones on the market. However, with the Pixel 3, Google has made it abundantly clear that almost no one should ever buy one of its phones at launch. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
Bleak Reflections - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
One aspect of Donald Trump’s political genius is that he intuited, was advised, or stumbled into the realization that the American constitutional system gives an immense structural advantage to the rural party. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
Subway Speed Limits - Blog Ipsa Loquitur
Train operators are told during training to play it safe and drive under the posted speed limit to avoid tripping signals. And train operators have a real incentive not to set off signals. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
A Guide to Saratoga Springs, New York - Vogue
Named for the 20 or so natural springs that bubble to the surface there, Saratoga Springs, New York, has had a long history as a summer resort town. via Pocket
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21 days ago by keithprime
Can You Build Muscle on a Vegan Diet? - Train Strong, Live Strong
This post has been inspired by a talk that I attended at VegFest this October called ‘Having the Mindset of a Champion’ by Nimai Delgado. Warning for the Ladies: this post contains a generous number of  images of a very attractive young man and his well chiselled muscles. via Pocket
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21 days ago by keithprime
Dr Rhonda Patrick Diet - What, Why & How She Eats - 2018 Update
Before we dig into the specifics of Dr Rhonda Patrick diet, lets look at her core diet strategies: Time Restricted Feeding – Rhonda aims to fit her meals into a 10 hour eating window – such that she fasts for 14 hours per day (based on promising research by Dr Satchin Panda) Cutting out refined via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
Fired Up: Sauna Bathing is Heating the Way to Longevity - Dr. Joel Kahn
While it may seem hard work to plan a healthy diet, daily exercise, sound sleep and stress management techniques like meditation, how hard is it to sweat it out in a sauna? The mounting data in scientific studies supports both infraredand steam sauna as a health play not to miss. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
WTF? How Zoe Harcombe and Nina Teicholz Distort Michael Greger, M.D.’s “Daily Dozen” - Dr. Joel Kahn
Can we all agree on a few core nutrition concepts? The chronic diseases that are decimating health in Western societies are due, in part, to a shift to diets high in calories from processed foods and low in fruits, vegetables, and legumes? Does anyone have a problem with that statement other than Dr via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
The Roseto Effect: The Amazing Power of Relationships for Heart Health - Dr. Joel Kahn
Most people have heard of the famous long term study of over 6,000 residents of Framingham, Massachusetts that began in the late 1940s and continues to this day. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
How To Get All The Benefits Of Fasting—Without Actually Having To Do It - Dr. Joel Kahn
Odds are you’ve heard about fasting. Defined as “abstinence from eating,” the potential medical benefits have increasingly been substantiated in animal and medical research projects and now extend to boosting brain power. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
Is This Crucial Activity Missing From Your Wellness Regimen? - Dr. Joel Kahn
Eat your vegetables and fruits, get seven to nine hours of sleep, don’t smoke, walk 30 minutes a day, stand more, stress less, be more mindful. It can be quite an undertaking to arrange and maintain a schedule that promotes health and longevity. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
Have Cardiologists Been Getting This Wrong For Years? Here's What You Need To Know - Dr. Joel Kahn
I am an interventional cardiologist and admit to placing thousands and thousands of stents in heart arteries. But results from a study—called the ORBITA trial—made headlines (like this one: “‘Unbelievable’: Heart Stents Fail to Ease Chest Pain”) in the New York Times. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
On A Vegan Diet But Still Struggling With Your Weight? Here's What To Do - Dr. Joel Kahn
Maybe you want to train for a 3-day hike, improve your blood pressure and overall health, or simply drop a few pounds that you gained during a stressful time. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
What Stem Cells Really Are + How To Boost Them Naturally - Dr. Joel Kahn
The results of a new study showing that fasting for 24 hours boosted the stem cell activity in mice recently blasted the headlines of every major news outlet. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
High-Fat Diets Are All The Rage. But Can They Also Be Dangerous? - Dr. Joel Kahn
While diets high in foods rich in fat like meats, cheeses, butter, dairy, and egg yolks are popular, they don’t come without some consequences. New research has provided further insight into what happens to the human body when a person eats a fatty meal. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
Is the iPad Pro worth the money? Opinion: 5 reasons why the iPad Pro shouldn't be your next computer - 9to5Mac
A few days ago, Apple released a new ad for the iPad Pro that gives five reasons it can be ‘your next computer.’ While I thought the ad was well done, I did come away from it frustrated. via Pocket
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23 days ago by keithprime
The one accessory every Android and iPhone fan needs is on sale for $10 | Android Central
You can never have too many charging cables, especially when they come with three different charging connectors. Right now, you can pick up Anker's PowerLine II 3-in-1 cable for just $10.49 when you checkout using coupon code ANKE8436. via Pocket
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23 days ago by keithprime
Why Aren't Millennials Buying Boats - BoatUS Magazine
Millennials participate in boating at similar rates to their parents, yet they're far less likely to actually own a boat. Why? Here's a millennial's perspective. Former Bain & Co. management consultant, millennial Fiona McGlynn, is on a sailing sabbatical with her husband, Robin. via Pocket
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24 days ago by keithprime
The Remarkable Brain Waves of High Level Meditators
What’s going on in the brains of people who meditate? Anecdotal evidence suggests that meditation does something to people’s minds and bodies…quiets and calms them. via Pocket
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24 days ago by keithprime
Why Everyone Should Eat More Plants, by Rich Roll | Rich Roll
This is a repost of an article I wrote that was originally published on MindBodyGreen.com on August 1, 2013.  I hope you enjoy it. There is a misconception that eating a plant-based diet is unnatural, the purview of activist radicals and the socially marginalized. via Pocket
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25 days ago by keithprime
Rocko’s Modern Life creator Joe Murray: Nickelodeon was “loose and crazy” - Polygon
Nickelodeon’s constant programming shifts, from the home of game shows and sketch comedies, to a cartoon innovator, to a teen-star factory and beyond, have been essential to the kids’ cable channel throughout its lifespan. via Pocket
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27 days ago by keithprime
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From new laptops and smart devices to fantastic drones and phones, it feels as if many gadget makers really hit the nail on the head this year with some truly great devices. via Pocket
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28 days ago by keithprime
Exploring Version 7 Changes: Archiving
As part of the version 7 updates we announced last week, we thought it would be good to go into more depth on some of the new features. Why were they introduced, how they work, etc. Today let's focus on archiving: via Pocket
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29 days ago by keithprime
Why read the nihilistic work of Giacomo Leopardi today? | Aeon Essays
Imagine you spend your childhood almost entirely in a library, your father’s library. There are thousands upon thousands of volumes, most of them old, many in foreign languages. Your native language is Italian, but by age 10 you are reading in Latin, Greek, German and French. via Pocket
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29 days ago by keithprime
What Happened to Carmelo Anthony?
Shortly after the New York Knicks traded for Carmelo Anthony in February 2011 — after a month of stumbling all over themselves in negotiations, ultimately leading them to squander all their leverage and giving up far more in the trade than they should have had to — I received a call from someone via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Why New York Is Paying Amazon $3 Billion
Below, I’m going to present the best argument I was able to gather for New York’s multibillion dollar subsidy deal to bring Amazon to Queens. I don’t think it’s ultimately a convincing argument, but it’s the best one available, and it’s worth at least thinking about. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Paradise, California, wildfire: why the fire threat to California is only growing - Vox
PARADISE, CALIFORNIA — Brook Jenkins moved to the town of Paradise to escape a rough neighborhood in nearby Chico and raise her three children in an idyllic small town, filled with trees. Paradise isn’t next to a forest; it’s in a forest. Trees run between houses like gargantuan picket fences. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
The Haunting of 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey
The home, 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey. One night in June 2014, Derek Broaddus had just finished an evening of painting at his new home in Westfield, New Jersey, when he went outside to check the mail. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Project Fi enhanced network adds free cellular VPN - 9to5Google
Earlier this month, Project Fi was rumored to be dropping the “project” status from its branding and logo. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Three Feet From God: An Oral History of Nirvana ‘Unplugged’ - The Ringer
The best television episode of the 1990s starred a short, blond man and his band. On November 18, 1993, at Sony Music Studios in New York City, Nirvana took on MTV Unplugged. That night, the biggest group of the decade staged one of the most hypnotically intimate rock concerts ever captured on film. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
One of the best podcast apps, Pocket Casts, just got a big redesign - The Verge
Several months after the podcast app Pocket Casts was acquired by a mix of public radio stations, today marks the release of a major update. Version 7.0 brings with it a revamped design and a handful of new features that I’ve really come to appreciate in the couple weeks I’ve spent testing it. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
'Master and Commander': 15th Anniversary of the Franchise That Never Was
In the annals of 21st century blockbusters, there is a film that stands out among the slew of superheroes and wizards and Jedi that have come to define modern Hollywood tentpoles. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
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The new World Happiness Report again ranks Denmark among the top three happiest of 155 countries surveyed—a distinction that the country has earned for seven consecutive years. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Instagram Influencers Selling Custom Photo Presets - The Atlantic
Influencers are people who have established credibility in a specific realm or industry, and who leverage a social-media following to exert influence and, usually, make money. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Should you buy the Google Pixel 3 XL? | Android Central
Best answer: Google's Pixel 3 XL is an amazing phone that everyone should have on their list if they're shopping for a flagship smartphone. It doesn't have every feature or the same bells and whistles that the competition does, but this is a phone that's far greater than the sum of its parts. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
It’s the Little Things About Pixel 3, Plus 2 Big Ones, That Makes It Easy to Recommend – Droid Life
My son turned 5 this weekend, and so the party to celebrate it inevitably led to some conversations with friends about their next phone purchase. At this point, I just default to – “You should probably buy Google’s phone. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
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Last week, I wrote about my writing workflow. But there’s a layer just beneath this surface which is at least as important to the writing side of the equation for me: reading. A very large percentage of what I write stems directly from what I read. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
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Sometimes I feel like I hold a bit of a secret weapon. A “life hack” as it were. I not only read a lot on my iPhone/iPad, I listen to a lot. Podcasts, yes. Music, of course. Audiobooks, sometimes. But the real key for me is being able to listen to just about anything on these devices. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
10 Lightroom Tips Every Photographer Should Know
In this video and article, I’ll share 10 helpful Lightroom tips that can improve your photo editing. The auto tone section Lightroom gives you is a really good start to your editing process in Lightroom. You don’t have to accept the results — just reset after but use it as a guide. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
Daring Fireball: The 2018 iPad Pros
The iPad Pro is like a computer from an alternate universe. In the normal universe, Moore’s Law has stopped delivering significant year-over-year returns, and high-performance portables need fans to cool them. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
Daring Fireball: The 2018 Retina MacBook Air
The elephant in the room at last week’s Apple event was Intel. Apple introduced two products based on Intel chips — the new MacBook Air and new Mac Mini — but barely mentioned the company’s name. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
The misguided attempts to take down the iPad Pro
What is a "real computer"? That ubiquitous question animates the tech world. You hear it all the time, mostly because the various experiments in new forms of computing — from Chromebooks to Surfaces to iPads — all hinge on changing the definition of what a real computer actually is. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
First Impressions of the New 12.9" iPad Pro for Writing and Photography – The Sweet Setup
What I should have done on Wednesday was just buy the new iPad Pro while I was there at the Apple store. Instead, I waited for the UPS truck to deliver the one I pre-ordered last week. UPS didn’t arrive until almost 9pm in the evening. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
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