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My (maybe terrible) NAS Setup

There are some tech things where I want to buy the best, there are others where I want to get the best thing at a reasonable price, and there are other things where I just don’t care that much and just need something. A network attached storage (NAS) is

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That Pfizer Shot

I got the Pfizer vaccine and there is new data out today on how it's holding up so far: Overall, the vaccine was 91 percent effective against symptomatic COVID-19 over six months. It was the most protective in the stretch starting seven days after the second dose and running for

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Moodz: Premium Wallpapers for your iPhone, iPad, and Desktop

Moodz: Premium Wallpapers for your iPhone, iPad, and Desktop
I'm happy to announce my biggest wallpaper pack I've ever made: Moodz (buy the full pack here or check out the free ones at the bottom of this post)! You can see the design above, with a couple color combinations. I've got 12 total color combos, all of which you

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Not a Good Look, Toyota

Hiroko Tabuchi writing for The New York Times: “Toyota has gone from a leading position to an industry laggard” in clean-car policy even as other automakers push ahead with ambitious electric vehicle plans, said Danny Magill, an analyst at InfluenceMap, a London-based think tank that tracks corporate climate lobbying. InfluenceMap

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Google Went Down a Safari 15 Road Once Too

Chris Lee, a former Googler on when Chrome tried something similar to iOS 15's Safari: Chrome Home lives on as a lesson for both myself and the whole Chrome team about the intentionality needed to innovate within a product of massive scale. Some might argue that we never should have

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A Four Day Work Week? Yes, Please!

Japan gov't backs 4-day workweek, but experts split - The Mainichi Japan's government plans to encourage firms to let their employees choose to work four days a week instead of five, aiming to improve the balance between work and life for people who have family care responsibilities or need more

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My 2013 iPhone Home Screen

My 2013 iPhone Home Screen
This is one of the oldest screenshots in my photo collection, and I wanted to do a deep dive into what’s there and what it tells The Device and OSThis screenshot was from September 19, 2013, so this would have been an iPhone 5. The iPhone 5S was being

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Having Our Advertising Cake

Bloomberg: Three-Quarters of iOS Users Opt Out of Tracking — Pixel Envy The online advertising industry has been telling us for years that consumers overwhelmingly prefer personalized ads and are only too happy to give up private information. What a crock of lies. The ad tech industry has been relying on

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All Your Digital Eggs in One Basket

How Do I Know if the Grass Is Greener? By being fully immersed in the Apple ecosystem, I’m saying to myself that I want every decision regarding my personal computing, whether it be the mobile computer, laptop computer, or the computer on my wrist, to be dependant on the

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I Turned Off Spatial Audio (but it’s okay if you love it)

After a bit over a month with Spatial Audio in Apple Music, I turned it off on my iPhone and I’m happier for it. Some songs sounded pretty good, while others sounded terrible, but something I noticed whenever doing side-by-side comparisons was that I never, and I mean never,

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