What if Netflix remade 1985’s seminal Clue, and it was multi-path like Bandersnatch, but didn’t give the viewer the choice and seamlessly randomized the path? 📽😈
PA: “Unfortunately, a passenger traveling with us has a peanut allergy, so we will not serving peanuts on this flight.” Guy in preboarding lane, wasting zero time: “Ugh. Just leave ‘em.”
Met a gate agent named Siri at SAV International. Spelling exact. A delight. She politely declined a photo.
Surprised it’s a meme again that sideloading is the only path forward because competition-handwave-free-markets-blah-freedom without any discussion on how to handle scammers, social engineering, and outright malware. Normal consumers deserve better than, “Fuck you, got mine.”
Wild how much more compelling a stance can be when it isn’t written with the diction of a slighted 15-year-old in the MacRumors comments section.
Indie devs looking to project all their complaints onto this should find a more “indie” horse to back. 🙃
“Look at us, we’re basically paupers! Father could only afford to buy one podcast network this year!”
I was excited to hear about “Everyday Carry” as a class of product because it sounded like something I’d like, but then dismayed as it turned out to mostly be dudes who are into non-regulation camo patterns and hiding knives everywhere.
“This can’t be used for real web dev, it doesn’t use annotations like Spring!”
Me, flatly, doing my best Gene Wilder: Oh gosh. The humanity. Oh golly. How dare they. Who can save us from this
The Warren proposal is compelling, but encapsulates how unprepared government is to handle omnivorous data collection. G and FB will argue theirs is one big inseparable mass, probably more cogently but with more yelling than US v. Microsoft.
Live your bossa nova fantasy.