The “Apple access economy” incentivizes problematic journalism.
Some future iPhone will inevitably ditch all ports and buttons, leaving only the screen accessible to the end user. It will be beautiful, glossy—and permanently sealed
Anecdotally, buying the X felt no different than previous iPhone preorder nights. In fact, it might have been the easiest preorder purchase I’ve ever made.
Many action-heavy trailers now begin with a stinger—a 4–5 second preview of the trailer’s most exciting scenes, stitched together with fast cuts and scored with a cacophany of rising sound effects. It’s literally a “trailer for the trailer.”
Funnily enough, the internet service gets *worse* as the hotel gets nicer.
The “Breathe” animation has an annoying little hiccup. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it.
Why had Uber drivers given me bad ratings? I had thought I was a model rider.
The move away from shared screens on flights isn’t welcome for those who struggle with tech.
Despite the crisis in web publishing, and despite publishers’ increasingly desperate pleas, I don’t feel guilty enough to turn off my ad blocker.
Yes, accelerating playback may save you time, but it also has nasty side effects.