Photography: 24 Hours in New York City

On December 2nd, I took a day trip down to NYC to attend the Progressive International Motorcycle Show and stay the evening in Brooklyn. While the only regrettable moment was fighting crowds to see a huge rotting spruce tree lit up in Rockefeller Center, it was a great time. I couldn’t live in New York …

Linked: “Why Ajit Pai Is Right”

via Stratechery: To put it another way, given the stakes, the benefit from regulation must be massive, which is why the “net neutrality” framing is so powerful: I’ll say it again — who can be against net neutrality? Telling stories about speech being restricted or new companies being unable to pay to access customers tap …

Linked: “Fake news is here to stay…”

via Om.co: (if you haven’t yet, please subscribe to Om’s Link blog. He’s sharing stories that I haven’t seen anywhere else. Mostly long-reads) The apologies, corrections and errors never get the same amplification, and as a result, the incorrect information stays in our mind. Unfortunately, that’s psychology. No one reads the Times’ corrections section. Who …

Linked: “25 Years of ThinkPad”

via Churbuck: The ThinkPad however….where to begin in my reverence for those black rubberized rectangles with the red mouse pointer embedded in the middle of the keyboard? Is it just that their keyboards are so sublime, so tactile, so responsive that it’s no wonder the ThinkPad became the standard tool for professional writers just as …

Linked: “The best laptop ever made”

via Marco.org: At its introduction, it was criticized only for ditching the optical drive and Ethernet port, but these were defensible, well-timed removals: neither could’ve even come close to physically fitting in the new design, very few MacBook Pro users were still using either on a regular basis, and almost none of us needed to …