Here is a very interesting read about the rise and fall of professional bowling. I remember watching professional bowling on TV as a kid. I also remember watching- and really enjoying- professional putt-putt. Crazy.
I like to assemble photos into a slide show with music. If I can find an acceptable way to do that on an iPhone, without having to use iMovie or another desktop application, it will save me some time. PicFlow is another potential solution.
10 simple things you’ve been doing wrong your whole life. There are some good tips and hacks in there.
Every time I think Real Player and its kin have been scrubbed from the internet, they come back, like a bad penny. This made me long for the days of their demise.
iWork for iCloud has some nice updates today. As someone who loves AppleScript and hacking up ways to improve my work flow, I am very interested in this.
I’ve mentioned it before, but David Gewirtz’s Ultimate Google Voice How-to Guide, which has recently been updated, is internet gold.
I’ve wondered how much time speeding really saves you, and my quick math led me to believe not too much. Here’s a handy chart that confirms it. So why is there such a compelling desire to do it?
I love Game of Thrones, but this is equal parts hilarious and accurate.
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Kent, since you mentioned putt-putt, you should check out this story: http://grantland.com/the-triangle/putt-putt-perfection/
That was awesome! Thanks for the link. Grantland does some great work. That Eagles documentary piece was one of my favorite reads of the year.
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