On my One Sixteen.
The Montague episode of Atlanta is probably the single weirdest episode of TV I have ever watched.
I wish that they had picked a name other than Solo for this movie. I want Lando to have as big a part (or bigger) than Han Solo, but the name suggests that he just plays side kick.
What a statement win by OKC. Beat the best team in the NBA on the road and kept us in the running for home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. #thunderup 🏀
I bought my kids their own iPads last fall. I’m nice, and I’m fortunate to be able to afford it. However, I’ve come to realize that despite my attempts to spoil my kids, these iPads (and all iOS devices in general) are not meant for kids.
Now, I realize this might be a controversial statement, especially because it seems counter to a lot of Apple’s advertising. But hear me out.
Dave DeLong makes some great points on where the iPad falls short on being a good device for kids to use. Hopefully the new parental control stuff that Apple is working on will address some of these issues.
And the sequel.
A story of regret in two pictures.
Had a great date night with Carissa (plus a bunch of friends from church) at the OKC Starlight Supper last night. It was our third year in a row to go and easily our favorite one yet!
This week, we released RadarScope for Windows 10. I did not work on this release at all, but I got a front row seat to watch the team build it. From a UI perspective, I think that it is the best looking version of RadarScope across any of our platforms1. It does not have our Pro features yet, but they are coming this year.
If you have a Windows 10 computer, you should pick it up. It is $30 and is available on the Microsoft Store.
Freeze warnings in April are dumb.
The latest episode of Connected has a great discussion about the future of Apple’s OS strategy in light of the Marzipan and ARM Mac rumors. I am completely on board with putting appleOS 1.0 on all of my Apple hardware in a few years.
I made a mistake and re-downloaded the Zillow app 😬
Amazon’s stock is taking a hit as a result of Trump’s rhetoric, but if I were an Amazon investor, I wouldn’t worry. Jeff Bezos is very, very smart. Donald Trump is not.
The latest episode of 99% Invisible is all about the U.S. military’s attempts at weather modification throughout the 20th century. I had no idea that our weather modification programs were as big as they were.
I look forward to the last day I have to write any