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What makes YouTube’s surreal kids’ videos so creepy? - The Verge
Earlier this month, journalist James Bridle launched a wide-reaching debate on the “industrialized nightmare production” of YouTube Kids videos. These weren’t overtly violent, sexual, or scatological videos, but they felt viscerally wrong. via Pocket
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2 hours ago by keithprime
95% Keyboard: iA Writer 5 – iA
Scores of you wrote in wondering when iA Writer 5 for iOS was going to be released. We took our time to get it right. 10 months in the making, we built iA Writer 5 following three specific goals. Through the 10 months of iterations, training our focus on these objectives has kept us on track. via Pocket
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2 hours ago by keithprime
The Apple iPhone X will stand for ‘exclusive’ - The Verge
Today’s iPhone launch, coming a full decade after the release of the original iPhone, will feature a device quite similar to Apple’s first ever smartphone. via Pocket
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4 hours ago by keithprime
The Mac Still Feels Like Home
When my 10.5" iPad Pro arrived I decided to do a little experiment. You see, I honestly believe that the iPad, iPhone, and other micro super-computers are the future of computing and I want to force myself out of old-man complacency. via Pocket
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14 hours ago by keithprime
Apple Watch Series 3 (non-LTE) review: third time’s the charm - The Verge
I like watches. I wear one every single day, without fail, and have since I was in elementary school. I also like gadgets a lot, which means that a smartwatch is something that I’ve always been intrigued by and wanted in my life. via Pocket
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17 hours ago by keithprime
Exclusive: NYT White House correspondent Glenn Thrush’s history of bad judgment around young women journalists - Vox
Sexual harassment claims against yet another powerful man in media inspired New York Times White House correspondent Glenn Thrush to post an impassioned note on his Facebook page in October, calling on his fellow journalists to stand by women entering the field. via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
iPhone X Diary: Putting the camera to the test, and being even more impressed | 9to5Mac
I took a week off last week to get unpacked and settled into our new home. This was a time-consuming process, so I didn’t get much time to get out and about, but with a fabulous view from our new apartment, that didn’t stop me putting the iPhone X camera through its paces. via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
BBC - Future - The devious art of lying by telling the truth
It is no secret that politicians often lie, but consider this ­– they can do so simply by telling the truth. Confused? That statement becomes clearer when you realise that we've probably all done it. via Pocket
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2 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel Buds review: Google Assistant makes a home in your ears | VentureBeat
Google’s very first pair of headphones for $159 began to reach customers who placed pre-orders this week, and we got a pair to test out their ability to translate 40 languages, play music, ping notifications in your ear, and power Google Assistant commands like ordering a pizza, getting dire via Pocket
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3 days ago by keithprime
ongoing by Tim Bray · Dueling Camera Apps
I got a Pix­el 2, large­ly be­cause it’s said to have a re­al­ly great cam­er­a, with software-driven mag­ic  —  machine learn­ing at work. Here are two shot com­par­isons be­tween the Google and Light­room An­droid cam­era apps to see what that means in prac­tice. via Pocket
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3 days ago by keithprime
Walt Whitman on Beethoven and Music as the Profoundest Expression of Nature – Brain Pickings
philosopher Susanne Langer wrote of music, which she defined as “a highly articulated sensuous object. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
Following Spotify Playlist Curators Around New York’s Live Music Scene – MacStories
In an otherwise boring conversation about some press release or another, a Spotify PR person mentioned to me that an artist who had a big hit on the platform’s Fresh Finds playlist was discovered when one of the curators just happened to see them play a show in Bushwick. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
The specific betrayal of Brand New | The Outline
In the 43 days since The New York Times released its bombshell report on Harvey Weinstein’s sex crimes, pop culture has begun its slow reckoning with men who abuse their power to prey on women, confident they’ll never face the consequences. via Pocket
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4 days ago by keithprime
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Aside from web browsers, I’m not sure there’s a piece of software I have ever used more than AOL Instant Messenger (AIM). via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
Why Spend $80 on an SNES Classic When You Can Install Emulators on a Raspberry Pi and Never Shut the Fuck Up About It?
Nintendo’s highly coveted SNES Classic Mini system comes out today and is certain to be a hot item. A word of advice to gamers who aren’t able to land an SNES Classic: did you know you can just buy a Raspberry Pi and remind people at every opportunity how much fucking better you are for it? via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
Don’t Even Think About Talking to Me Until I’ve Had My Second La Croix | The New Yorker
What a morning. Traffic was savage; I’ve legit got seventy-five e-mails to answer; and, judging by my blinking landline, someone was aggro enough to leave me a voice mail over the weekend. via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
How to buy the right headphones - The Verge
Headphones are kind of like relationships: we all have them, we can scarcely imagine our lives without them, and yet no one ever bothers to train us how to select them. It’s that last bit that often leads us to suboptimal outcomes, and it’s the problem I’m here to help you solve. via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
Pixel Buds Review: Google's Earbuds Look Pretty, But Pairing Is a Pain | WIRED
I can't figure out the Google Pixel Buds. That's a strange thing to say about headphones, I know. You stick 'em in your ears, they play music—what's so complicated? Unfortunately, it's not that easy. via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
Comment: A year later, AirPods remain basically unrivaled as the best truly-wireless earbuds | 9to5Mac
Even a year on, Apple’s AirPods are largely unrivaled. They may look a bit funny to wear, and only come in one colour, but it’s hard to argue anyone else is close to matching Apple in the truly-wireless headphone space. via Pocket
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5 days ago by keithprime
Arvell Craig’s Morning Routine on My Morning Routine
What is your morning routine? I use the Sleep Cycle app to wake up between 4:30-5:00am. The app determines when my sleep is the lightest, and gently wakes me up sometime in that window. Upon rising I grab my phone and head downstairs to make Bulletproof Coffee. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
Christina Wayne’s Morning Routine on My Morning Routine
What is your morning routine? On weekdays I wake up at 7:00am, since I need to get my daughter to school by 8:00am. Thankfully, we live about fifteen blocks away, so most mornings we leave by 7:45am and walk. When the weather is bad, I get an Uber and hope it shows up in less than ten minutes. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
DEVONthink vs iCloud Drive and iOS Files
As a longtime fan of DEVONthink on both the Mac and iOS I was skeptical of Apple’s new Files app for iOS. After a few weeks I can say that it’s a good start but has a large gap when compared with the more feature complete DEVONthink To Go. via Pocket
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6 days ago by keithprime
‘The Leftovers’ Big Question: Was Nora Telling The Truth Or Not?
The Leftovers went big in its final season. Really big. Like “a whole episode on a Tasmanian ferry filled with lion-worshipping cult members who are having a highly organized orgy on the high seas” big. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
‘The Leftovers’ Series Finale Review: They Had to Go Back – Variety
One moment from the series finale of “Lost” packed so much power that it nearly threw me across the room. Sawyer and Juliet encountered each other in front of a vending machine, and suddenly they remembered each other, and the great love and potent chemistry they shared exploded between them. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
‘The Leftovers,’ Life, Death, Einstein and Time Travel – Variety
This post is not the usual kind of fare you see on Variety. But then, “The Leftovers” isn’t a typical show. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
The End Is Here: An Exit Interview With “The Leftovers” Creator Damon
As the showrunner and co-creator of HBO’s The Leftovers, he’s guided one of the most emotionally dense and thoroughly confounding TV shows in recent memory through three seasons–and now he’s reached the end. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
The Leftovers creator Damon Lindelof on season 3, Justin Theroux and why he won't apologise for the ending of Lost | The Independent
Is the showrunner as revered as the filmmaker? In a time when television is considered every bit cinema's match, it certainly seems so. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
The Leftovers Wouldn't Work So Well Without Such Evocative Music - Slog - The Stranger
Damon Lindelof’s moody psychological thriller/apocalyptic drama The Leftovers is nearing its end—the season finale airs on HBO this Sunday—and I’m just as intrigued about what music they’ll be using as I am about what will happen in it. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
The Leftovers: The Damon Lindelof Interview
The Leftovers entered its third and final season this week. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
The Leftovers: The Damon Lindelof Interview Part 2
The Leftovers isn’t playing it safe in its third and final season. Co-creators Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta‘s series has grown more ambitious over its three chapters and this season can get pretty bonkers, to say the least. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
‘Leftovers’ EPs Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta on Solving Mysteries in Final Season – Variety
As the third and final season of “The Leftovers” opens, it’s three years after Miracle, Texas was overrun by the Guilty Remnant, and Kevin Garvey (Theroux) has returned to his role as chief of police. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
‘The Leftovers’ Finale: Damon Lindelof on Nora’s Journey, Laurie’s Fate and Evolving Over Three Seasons (SPOILERS) – Variety
The following interview contains spoilers for Sunday’s series finale of HBO’s “The Leftovers.” Do not read if you haven’t watched the series finale. via Pocket
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7 days ago by keithprime
Apple iPhone X review: the future can wait — Quartz
The iPhone X hit stores some 10 years after the first iPhone was released in 2007. via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
iPhone X: The Android Central review | Android Central
The iPhone X isn't an Android phone, but it's a very good phone that Android users should understand. It's a well-known refrain: Apple releases a new product and half the world claims it's the best thing ever, while others claim that it's the equivalent of refried beans. via Pocket
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8 days ago by keithprime
Read-It-Never: Instapaper and therapeutic self-delusion | careful tech
Apps like Instapaper were supposed to help us read more great online content. Too busy to scroll through that thousand-word thinkpiece? Click a button, and it’s queued up for perusal later on. But, for me, “later on” never comes. Instapaper is a landfill, where I bury articles—permanently. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 2 XL Review: I'm Calling It - Thurrott.com
The Google Pixel 2 XL offers flagship-quality hardware, a superior camera, Google Fi compatibility, a clean Android experience. The oft-reported problems with the device, mostly related to the display, are vastly overblown, at least in my experience. And yet. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
Meet The People Who Listen to Podcasts Crazy-Fast
Rachel Kenny started listening to podcasts in 2015 — and quickly fell behind. "As I started subscribing to more and more podcasts, they started stacking up, and I couldn't keep up at normal speed," the 26-year-old data scientist in Indianapolis told BuzzFeed News. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
GoodTask 3: An Unexpected Surprise – nahumck.me
It’s fall – damn near winter – and that can only mean one thing: time to make my task management more complicated. I often use the summer to make my life simple, and then spend some time making things overly complicated. I’m always looking for a better way to handle my tasks. via Pocket
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9 days ago by keithprime
How Google’s Pixel Buds compare to Apple’s AirPods - The Verge
Yesterday, Google announced the second round of its very own Pixel phones, but it also expanded its small universe of “Made by Google” hardware. One of the new products under that umbrella, and a first for Google, are the Pixel Buds. via Pocket
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10 days ago by keithprime
The Soviet Language Revolution
This week Russia may not be marking the 100th anniversary of the 1917 Revolution with much fanfare, but I am. Or rather I’ve been looking back at one aspect of the Revolution — linguistic. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
It’s time to stop trusting Google search already - The Verge
Last weekend, in the hours after a deadly Texas church shooting, Google search promoted false reports about the suspect, suggesting that he was a radical communist affiliated with the antifa movement. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Buying USB-C earbuds for my Pixel 2 was incredibly annoying and expensive - The Verge
When I upgraded from my Nexus 5X to a Pixel 2, I didn’t worry about living the headphone #donglelife. I figured I would just replace my current headphones with a cheap USB-C pair, because I usually buy my earbuds from airport kiosks for $20 or less. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
iPhone X Diary: One week in, and I absolutely love this phone | 9to5Mac
The executive summary of this iPhone X Diary piece – almost a week in – is that I still love it, and I have found very little more to complain about. Let’s start with the look and feel. I still love it. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Jony Ive says iPhone X will evolve and be able to ‘do things it can’t do now’ in a year’s time | 9to5Mac
Apple’s Chief Design Officer, Jony Ive sat down with design magazine Wallpaper* for a wide-ranging interview following the release of the iPhone X. In the piece, Ive talks about the company’s new Apple Park headquarters, what he likes most about iPhone X, and much more. via Pocket
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11 days ago by keithprime
Five essential apps to track your spending, save money, and pay your friends - The Verge
In the years after I graduated college, my primary tool for managing money was prayer. Pray that the $20 in my wallet would cover lunch through the week. Pray my friend waited a few days to cash the check I wrote him. Pray the dentist doesn’t find any cavities. via Pocket
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12 days ago by keithprime
No, Black Lives Matter is not a Russian psyop | The Outline
It’s undeniable that the Russian government interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to some degree. via Pocket
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14 days ago by keithprime
iPhone X Diary: The keynote impressed me, but real-life use wows me | 9to5Mac
My first impression diary pieces are usually exactly that: based on just taking it out of the box, setting it up and playing with it for an hour or three. This time, however, my iPhone X didn’t arrive until the end of the day on Friday, by which time I was already out for the evening. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
Apple at Its Best – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The history of Apple being doomed doesn’t necessarily repeat, but it does rhyme. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
iPhone Reborn: Initial Thoughts on the iPhone X – MacStories
This is not just another iPhone. Spend enough time with an iPhone X, and every prior iPhone will feel surprisingly foreign. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
iPhone X scores 97 on DxOMark camera ranking, just behind Google Pixel 2 | 9to5Mac
DxOMark has today released its review of the iPhone X camera setup, which sees Apple’s premium iPhone score 97, one point below the highest rated mobile camera, the Google Pixel 2. It’s important to remember that rating camera performance is a somewhat subjective matter. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
The iPhone X: An ode to ten years of iPhone design – Sebastiaan de With – Medium
Like many others, I was delighted to receive my iPhone X last week. Playing with it, I was amazed by the stunning screen, the sheer manufacturing precision and the smooth gestural interface. 10 years ago, the first iPhones were in our hands and we were in awe at what a device its size could do. via Pocket
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15 days ago by keithprime
How big of a problem is the Pixel 2 XL's screen, really? - The Verge
Ping / Counterping is a special feature where editors of The Verge debate issues from the world of technology head-to-head, no holds barred. Vlad Savov and Dieter Bohn are bringing it back after a very long hiatus to debate whether the screen on the Pixel 2 XL is a deal breaker. via Pocket
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17 days ago by keithprime
Lizzie O’Leary Describes Sexual Harassment in Journalism
What do you do when the big bank CEO calls your hotel room at 11 p.m.? We were at the same resort for a conference. via Pocket
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18 days ago by keithprime
People are getting locked out of innocuous Google Docs for supposedly violating Terms of Service - The Verge
Google Docs users are reporting various bugs today that result in them getting locked out of their documents. Most of the issues center on a mysterious Terms of Service violation. The reports largely come from journalists. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
The Google (GOOG) Pixel 2 is just half an inch away from greatness — Quartz
If you watch the commercials for Google’s newest phones, or scroll through Google’s flashy product website, every shot of the phone’s screen is luxurious slow pan across the Pixel 2’s larger sibling, the Pixel 2 XL. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
Apple reviews: Should you buy the iPhone 8? (AAPL) — Quartz
The reviews for Apple’s new iPhones, the 8 and 8 Plus, dropped today, just as they become available for pre-order. Usually, when a new iPhone goes on sale, it’s an automatic smash hit for Apple. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
iPhone 8 review: so this is what good battery life feels like | Technology | The Guardian
Apple might have phoned in the design again, but an improved power supply, wireless charging and a cracking camera save it. But is it worth £700? Another year, another iPhone, except this time there are three of them. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
Apple iPhone 7 review: It's the best iPhone since the iPhone 6S (AAPL) — Quartz
Before the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were even released, rumors swirled that the phones would be underwhelming, and perhaps even boring. via Pocket
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19 days ago by keithprime
Tom Brady’s Sunscreen Is Actually Just Water
Add it to his list of quirky wellness advice. From Buffy to The Witch, an actual coven judges the best and worst depictions of witchcraft in movies and TV. via Pocket
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20 days ago by keithprime
Climate Change Will Bring Major Flooding to New York Every 5 Years - The Atlantic
And that’s only counting the floods caused by hurricanes and tropical storms. New York is a city on the water. For hundreds of years, its rivers and harbor have worked to its advantage, bringing it speedy transportation and pleasant temperatures. via Pocket
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21 days ago by keithprime
Apple's iPhone X: The First Field Report | WIRED
How do you show off the most anticipated product in years? That was my dilemma with the iPhone X. Since my unit was one of the first few released into the wild, it naturally drew a lot of curiosity when I pulled it out of my pocket and gave it a dewy-eyed glance to wake it from slumber. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
It’s now impossible to live your best life without subsidizing Silicon Valley - The Verge
Over the past couple of months, I’ve starting doing something unusual: traveling for my own sake rather than work duties. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
It's Your Fault People Always Misunderstand You
There are some days when it feels like no one is listening. Your boss isn’t understanding the project problems you discussed. Your team isn’t getting results. Your new intern can’t seem to grasp the simplest concepts. You think you’re a pretty good communicator—but is it them, or you? via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
How America’s National Parks Became Hotbeds of Paranormal Activity - Motherboard
This story is part of OUTER LIMITS, a Motherboard series about people, technology, and going outside. Let us be your guide. The disappearance of Stacy Ann Arras has a cultish online following. via Pocket
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22 days ago by keithprime
The Ghosts of the Tsunami
I met a priest in northern Japan who exorcised the spirits of people who had drowned in the tsunami. The ghosts did not appear in large numbers until autumn of that year, but Reverend Kaneta’s first case of possession came to him after less than a fortnight. via Pocket
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28 days ago by keithprime
The iPhone 8 Plus Review – The Sweet Setup
I’m not convinced waiting for the iPhone X is the best bang for your buck. The iPhone 8 Plus is too tried, too tested, and too trusted to be written off as last year’s technology. This is the first time we’ve seen Apple release two flagship iPhones on the same day. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Ulysses 12: Writing on iOS Has Never Been Better – MacStories
This summer Ulysses announced a major business model shift, with its iOS and macOS apps moving from up front purchases to subscription supported. As tends to happen, the move stirred up some controversy. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Twitterrific for Mac is Back: First Impressions and Comparison With Tweetbot - Mac Rumors
After raising over $100,000 on Kickstarter earlier this year, The Iconfactory today has released an all-new, completely reimagined version of Twitterrific for Mac priced at $19.99 on the Mac App Store [Direct Link] in the United States. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Twitterrific for macOS Review – MacStories
For years, Twitterrific for iOS and macOS were developed side-by-side, each matching the other feature for feature. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Review: Twitterrific returns to the Mac, via iOS - Six Colors
I started using Twitter because of Twitterrific for Mac. When the Iconfactory first released the app, I signed up for a Twitter account and started chatting with my friends. That was ten years ago. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by keithprime
Google Pixel 2 review: plainly great - The Verge
Without fail, every person who has picked up the Pixel 2 XL has said virtually the same thing: "It feels like it's made out of plastic." I said it myself when I first held it. Of course, neither the Pixel 2 nor the Pixel 2 XL are made out of plastic. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
Axios Review: Google's unassuming Pixel 2 impresses - Axios
From the leaked images and rumored specifications, I fully expected Google's Pixel 2 to underwhelm. To be sure, it doesn't have the sexy curves or edge-to-edge screen of the Samsung Galaxy S8, LG V30 or Apple's iPhone X. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
‘Movies Anywhere’ will combine movie libraries across iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, and VUDU from multiple studios | 9to5Mac
Buying movies digitally is a great way to build up a library, but there are a lot of places to buy from. Between Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, Google Play Movies, and iTunes, there are a lot of accounts to keep track of, especially if you are hunting for the best deal on a movie. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
The Centuries-Old Strategy That Turbocharged My Productivity
A few years ago, I assigned Ben Franklin’s Autobiography as reading for the literature survey class I was teaching — and, well, to say my students didn’t relate very well might be putting it mildly. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
7 signs you aren't managing your time effectively - Business Insider
Just because your calendar is full doesn't mean that you're an effective time manager. It just means that you have a full diary. As a result you're probably stressed and running around like a maniac. Time and calendar management can influence all aspects of your life. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
Why You Really Should Be Terrified About Trump and Nuclear Weapons – Mother Jones
On Wednesday morning, NBC News provided sane people with more reason to be scared: at a private July 20 meeting with his top national security officials, President Donald Trump said he wanted a nearly tenfold increase in the US nuclear arsenal. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
Why Do We Keep Putting Gigantic, Naked Women in Sci-Fi?
One of the earliest, most intriguing images that appeared in trailers for Blade Runner 2049 was that of Ryan Gosling walking toward an enormous head of a female figure, in the irradiated ruins of what appeared to be Las Vegas. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by keithprime
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