So, the Weather Channel fought DirecTV and DirecTV won.
Here are some interesting tidbits about the upcoming iOS 8 ands OSX 10.10.
I bought an Amazon Fire TV, and my initial impressions are positive. Shows seem to load faster, which is a plus at the farm, where our broadband is not all that broad. Consumerist has a good write-up. Google TV was one of- and maybe the- worst designed train-wrecks I’ve ever experienced. I threw mine away (I didn’t want to donate it and ruin someone else’s day). So my expectations for Android TV are low.
Here’s a good read on parenting, routines and Michael Phelps. All I can say is I didn’t do any of that stuff, and it shows at my house.
While we’re thinking about things to do differently, Confront These 10 Inconvenient Truths Today for a Better Life.
I don’t know how I missed this, but I did. Amazing work. Much, much better than typical “fan fiction.”
This does not surprise me at all. And, of course, our broadband connection went out last night. So we get to dive into customer service hell with the winner.
Adobe Lightroom comes to the iPad. Photoshop is the only software application I rent, and only because I need it more than I need to prove how much I hate renting software. Everyone loves Lightroom, so I need to check it out. Cult of Mac loves it.
RIP, Archie. I’ve never been a big comic book reader, but I read a few of these back in the day.
I meant to share this on 4/6/14, but I forgot. Here‘s a site that shows your first tweet. Here’s mine. Follow me on Twitter for daily pointers to interesting stories that don’t make it into Evening Reading.
Looks like I need to rethink my correspondence valediction. Or maybe not.