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How Do You Like Them Wordles? (Newsletter #98)

Happy Friday! Not the biggest week ever, but I'm actually in love with every single item linked below, so I hope you all enjoy them as well. ✌️ The LinksFun thread of company logos showing the fonts each usesDesigners pick the best fonts of 2021Similarly, Dan Counsell has a list of

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Programming Should Not Be an Elite Practice

I wasn't going to link this this, but then I got to the last paragraph: The entry barrier to programming needs to be high! Programming is engineering; it's not something where you throw stuff at the wall and see what sticks and just assume that programming languages, browsers, and operating

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When You Don't Show Up to Your Own Product Announcement

Samsung no-showed on its major Exynos 2200 launch and won’t say why | Ars Technica Samsung pulled a no-call no-show for a major product launch. It's the end of the day now, and the company has yet to respond to what must be hundreds of press inquiries that are no-doubt

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Wordle is Kinda Great

Wordle is Kinda Great
Wordle is a word-based puzzle game that you can play once per day, and everyone plays the same puzzle. You guess 5 letter words, and for each guess the game will tell you how many letters you have correct. It's here and you can check it out now. This is

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HomePods + Apple TV: Fun, but I Had to Move On

HomePods + Apple TV: Fun, but I Had to Move On
This was going to be a very long post, but I got bored reading my own post, so I threw it away and here’s the super-short version 🏃‍♂️ I Replaced My HomePodsFor the past 4 years I’ve have 2 HomePods next to my TV. They played music, performed Siri

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People Were Skeptical About the Web Too, You Know

Eric Selfert on Twitter: Calling out the fact that some other technology at a similar stage was (1) ridiculed and (2) ultimately succeeded has almost nothing to do with the fact that it was ridiculed. There's not a causal relationship there.Listen, the world is going to be skeptical of

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Web3's Instant Rush to Centralization

Moxie Marlinspike has written my new favorite piece about the modern crypto bubble. Read the whole thing, but a few choice quotes for me were: It reuses the same connections, TLS session tickets, etc for all the accounts in your wallet, so if you’re managing multiple accounts in your

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So, About the MacBook Pro Notch…

So, About the MacBook Pro Notch…
I’m here to say that yes, I notice the notch on the 2021 MacBook Pro every single time I use the computer, and yes, it’s annoying. When these machines came out, everyone went out of their way to say something like, “I don’t even notice it!” and

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Gear Does Matter

Two Cameras: Two Uses, by Greg Morris: My smartphone needs to have a good camera to capture all of life's moments. My kids doing things I want to let others know about, or record a memory I want to look back on.And: My camera on the other had is

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