I mostly draw for work, actually. It’s something I would like to do more, like on vacation and stuff, but oftentimes I’m trying to help make quick illustrations. So I’m not really trying to get a Wacom. I get your point, though.
Mic Drop, you’re being salty, and that’s okay.
Apple told me it would not be doing that for privacy and security reasons.
I was in colllege when this came out and there was nothing that had such an inmediate or lasting impact as “End of Ze World” at that time. People still quote this video 15 years later Videos like All Your Base came earlier but I’d argue never went as wide or as mainstream as this one.
You got me there. The larger point is that Amazon’s avoiding big tech hubs like San Francisco or San Jose in favor of cities in the Midwest or on the East Coast. Regardless, I’ve updated the post.
The first HD broadcast in the United States was 1996. I definitely saw my first HD display in 1999s, and that was in the sticks of East Tennessee. So I really mean late 90s. Then there was that golden era of HD CRT TVs during which Sony reigned supreme. Remember these?
The USB-C is nice, and like you say, it’s also rare for wireless headphones right now. You’re also going to love the build quality of these. Bose is historically quite lightweight and almost flimsy. The Sony 1000-series are fine. The Bowers & Wilkins feel bombproof.
Yes and yes. The case is actually a soft-sided bag that sort of looks like a Chanel bag. It’s nice!
All of them come in larger sizes, if that’s your thing!
Let’s talk in five years, Beaver Jr.
Many devices have microphones, and everything can be hacked. The question is: do you want to get rid of your smartphone and your laptop because of this? I’m simply suggesting that you don’t need to add an additional device, one that’s relatively untested, and open yourself up to more danger. And would you really want…
It’s not so much that I bought into the idea of Apple’s “just works” reputation. It’s that grew to depend on it.
Oh my god, smallcat don’t get me started on the Podcast app, another one of the native Apple apps I use the most that is a complete piece of garbage now.
Typo in your insult, bud. I believe you meant to say:
I also think it’s really weird. Perhaps there’s a technical reason, but I’m inclined to believe that it’s simply because Google wants you to be using Chromecast Audio.
I’ve updated the post and am sending this comment to the top. Stay tuned for more coverage of this frankly embarrassing debacle, too.
I was right there with you until a couple months ago. They’re ready.
And don’t forget about the Pixelbook!