Alaphilippe. Wow. What a 15k at the end of that stage. The guy is scary on the descents. At one point he’s going 50. I can’t imagine going that fast on a bike on perfect roads let alone the crap he was traveling over. And to put 20+ seconds into everyone else to get theContinue reading “Tour de France – Stage 3”
A very interesting day in the Tour de France! 2nd day was the team time trial and Ineos (former Sky) went first since G Thomas was near last finishing on day 1. They had the best time of the day thru 21 teams and finally at the end Jumbo Visma beat them to retain theContinue reading
Deeply loathe the @apple website design with the side scrolling. Who thought this was a good idea?
If there is any lesson to be learned from the show Alone, it’s to be grateful for what we have. Always a good lesson to be reminded of and so easy to lose sight of in the noise of our day-to-day lives.
Amusing to me that the new Apple 6K pro monitor costs $6k if you want a stand. $1000 for a stand? Really Apple?
So that whole “get 10,000 steps a day” thing is just marketing, with no basis in science. Interesting article at The Atlantic. Always had a feeling that was nonsense. Thats about 5 miles a day, more than most people have time for. It’s always really been about just getting moving.
Saw this photo today (having gone viral) and was totally disgusted. It’s like kids waiting in line to see Santa, only at 29,000 feet and sub-zero temperatures with wind. Nepal issued 381 permits at $11,000 a pop this year. Given the limited window for climbing Everest this is clearly too many. The Nepalese government shouldContinue reading
Talk about an old reference.. the sub heading of this story on Playdate “Little, yellow, different”. You’ve got to be a certain age to remember those commercials (and the medicine itself!).
Apple and the next round of ad privacy Apple and the WebKit team have been doing some fantastic work in the ad tracking space as of late. Starting with Intelligent Tracking Prevention in Safari on Mac and iOS now they’re working on something called Privacy Preserving Ad Click Attribution. What makes this latest round moreContinue reading “Apple and the next round of ad privacy”
I’m not a fan of Internet comments these days, especially on the tech websites that I frequent. But like a moth to flame I’m always drawn in by them to the point where I start to reply. This is not going well for me and it’s complete waste of time so I’ve started creating userContinue reading “My AdGuard User Filters”