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Linked: Rome’s Flagship Apple Store

Via MacStories: I’m writing this linked-post a few hundred feet from the Carnegie Library Apple Store in DC, a store that opened a few years ago I am seeing today for the first time. Before heading out, camera in tow, I read this post and immediately started looking up flights to Rome. New bucket list …

Travel: 3 Blokes from New Hampshire Visit Colorado and Utah – 2020

*Note, this post was yanked from a Ride-Report on ADVRider.com. So while the content is the same, you may have a nicer reading experience by visiting this page instead – https://advrider.com/f/threads/3-blokes-from-new-hampshire-visit-colorado-and-utah-2020.1469006/ * Housekeeping:This may turn into a collaborative ride-report in that my riding buddies may choose to add their own remarks. This will appear out of order …

Linked: “I’m Keeping Dropbox”

Via David Sparks: “The trouble is those instances where I am not in control. For example, I have many clients who have never heard of iCloud Drive and do not own Macs. They have, however, all heard of and installed Dropbox. When you work in a service industry, adopting a technology that requires your clients …

Linked: “WordPress 5.0”…”and MarsEdit”

Via Red Sweater Blog: This change to the editor is part of a trend with WordPress of moving away from the dedicated purpose of blogging, towards satisfying the more general-purpose needs of a full-featured CMS. Typically blogs feature a unified design for posts, so that in the process of writing individual posts, you can focus …

★ DDB on Creativity and Critics

Possibly the best thing Alex has ever written: Being a beer critic is a low-risk low-reward paradigm. You take the vibrant product that someone else created, distill it into actual piss, and then point out faults. It is inherently DEconstructive and never appears productive. You co-opt someone else’s work and your entire art is based …