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You Don't Always Need to Go Pro

Greg Morris: These Pros are for those that need serious power on the go, yet I have a feeling I will see these all over the place in a few weeks.Greg touches on the feeling that a lot of us enthusiasts have where we feel like we should get

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SD is Still the Best Option

Exile from Dongletown – Six Colors Apple’s argument for getting rid of the SD slot was that the future would be wireless, and we wouldn’t need to use cards to transfer data anymore. It wasn’t true back in 2016, and it’s still not true. Sure, some devices

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Why Reviews are Hard for Smaller Reviewers

The video game review process is broken - The Washington Post Most writers are at the mercy of Google’s search engine, and time their work to the peaks at which people are seeking out reviews. Take an extra day to polish your prose, and you’ve given up pageviews

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People Can’t Stop Talking About the Metaverse

Metaverse! Metaverse? Metaverse!! — Benedict Evans But VR today seems to be at risk of stalling out as no more than a subset of hardcore games. We have a great consumer device but we don’t have any other use cases, and indeed some games people would argue that VR isn’

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The Return of Style in Software

Why We Crave Software With Style Over "Branding" - Molly Mielke Style matters to our economy, our society, and to each of us personally — it allows us to communicate who we are and who we want to be. While it is widely understood that style is the driving force behind

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We Actually Can Handle the Truth

We Actually Can Handle the Truth
Michael Bang Petersen writing for Nature: During a pandemic, rapid behavioural change is crucial, so people cannot be asked to 'keep calm and carry on'. They need clear information if they are to take the crisis seriously enough to listen and to know how to act. In early March 2020,

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Delightful iPhone Ringtones and Notifications

Delightful iPhone Ringtones and Notifications
Josh Ginter: Cleartones are awesome. They’re simple notification tones and ringtones made with simple instruments. To me, these are the ringtones Apple would make if they, you know, made better ringtones.I remember seeing Cleartones years ago, but never jumped on board. For whatever reason, Josh's post convinced me

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I've Never Seen Cheating on a Test Like This

I've Never Seen Cheating on a Test Like This
This is nuts! "The slippers had a sim card and the candidates had a tiny Bluetooth bug implanted in their ears. In one case, we had to take a doctor's intervention to find the bug as it was so deeply implanted,"The image at the top of this post is

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Live to Work? Ehhhhhh…maybe.

Live to Work? Ehhhhhh…maybe.
Who Gets To Have Fun At Work? - Charlie Warzel So why do people in Armstrong’s position take this criticism personally? Startup culture asks for people to blur the lines between their personal and professional lives and make work a large part of their identities. This maxim is especially

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