This is an extraordinary deep-dive into Apple Maps’ recent improvements.
There are some awesome gadgets and tools in this little guide.
I can’t wait to get an Apple TV 4K and try this out.
Stalman is on fire these days.
I only discovered Passion Passport yesterday. What a treasure trove.
Other than the skewed horizon, I adore the colour in this shot.
This lens is an absolute gem. I’d love to see some 50-and-stitch photos with it.
There are some amazing pre-order bundles for the 50R plus GFX lenses over on B&H Photo.
It’s amazing how much of a crapshoot this is in 2018.
Stunning photographs here. Plus, you can buy them if you want.
Ha! Perfect. I need to buy a Kindle.
What an interesting wallet concept. Great find by Chris.
These will be my most used shortcuts for the next year, bar none.
That is the biggest and weirdest camera I’ve seen in a long time.
Wipe that smug smile off your face.
It’s that Lacie Thunderbolt 3 dock that intrigues me most.
Awesome travel photos, shot on Fujifilm Pro 400H film.
Like Viticci’s iOS 12 review, this is the definitive macOS review now that Siracusa has stepped away.
Hold me back.
Just a tad nicer than my shot.
Some great insights from one of the longest running macOS authors.
Great camera. Glad I bought an X-T2, but the X-T3 is a solid upgrade.
Second best iPhone design behind the iPhone 5/5S generation.
Matthew’s depth of knowledge on Workflow/Shortcuts is second-to-none. Bookmarked for future reference.
Watch the video. It’s hypnotic.
They made these by hand, not with a computer.
These side-by-sides really highlight the new iPhone XS camera system.
A friend recommended the Founder, but I think I’d prefer this Counselor briefcase.
For a cool million or so dollars, of course.
How do you pronounce the backpack’s name?
Another beauty, but this is a little bigger than TIG’s.
Delicious. And not all that expensive, considering briefcase prices.
25% shorter, but still super long. And super in-depth. The Shortcuts chapter is the meat of the review.
Year in, year out, Matt’s watchOS reviews are the best in the business.
In short, don’t use Yelp to determine where to go when traveling.
As always, Gruber’s thoughts are well-crafted and precise.
No kidding. And who wants to be retired at 30? What a waste of life.
I find myself in the same shoes these days.
One day late, but what a .gif.
Heading here tomorrow. Can’t wait to pull out the camera.
Funny looking mouse, but I want one.
That Leica Q is intriguing. As is the impending Zeiss full-frame camera.
Good plan. But I say “Go big or go home!” Upgrade all the things!
It’s clear Paul puts more time into coding these photosets than actual photo-editing. Some serious work here.
If that’s the Series 4 Apple Watch, then gimme.
I’m surprised by the poor auto-focus, as outlined by the Northrups.
I wish CEREAL Magazine would return to travel photography and quit all the style/fashion stuff.
“Alone in the Crowds” is my favourite.
Awesome review. Great photos. But why compare to a 2013 MacBook Pro?
Yeah, I’m still into Nomos timepieces.
Capital letters optional, but some good advice here.
Some of the things you can do in a modern browser… stunning work.
Wild imagery right there.
Yet another world-class photographer. I’m most impressed by her food photography.
Luisa is the best food photographer I’ve come across to date.
“Financially independent” requires passive investments that generate income. Sky-high house valuations don’t qualify.
As always, the National Geographic’s photography team is second to none.
This is wild. Just imagine the patience required.
Perfect Workflow workflow for my “Bear task notes repository” process.
Halide and Darkroom are my favourite photography apps for the iPhone. Can’t wait to see them on iPad.
Stunning. Are these the Canadian Rockies?
Don’t agree with all these, but mentorships are the ultimate education model.
With digital tools, I had no idea we had to physically invent colours before using them elsewhere.
Just when you think you know it all.
Plain, simple, and stylish. Looks great, if you’re willing to get your hands dirty.
It seemed too good to be true. Over promise. Under deliver.
Who cares about the reviewed equipment? Check out these stunning photographs.
Handy, if you’re a geeky iPad blogger and know how this stuff works.
Yoink is my preferred shelf app and I learned a lot from this video.
I love gifs like this from Reddit.
Handy tool for processing hundreds or thousands of photos at once.
Stephen is right — this needs to be fixed.
New anime TV series coming soon. I’m intrigued.
Great review. I might have to re-watch Last Jedi this weekend. For the umpteenth time.
Stunning photography by Matt Gee on Twitter.
Some good ones in here. I’m adding that Bear action to Drafts.
Added to my “Office Gear” tag in Bear notes.
Or maybe he’s just drawing in his incredible notebook.
There’s some serious photography chops in this publications.
You guys can have your yachts. I’ll take this.
These guys make Apple look like rookies.
I mean, duh. The law of large numbers applies to Apple, after all.
Things change when you make The Show.
Great colour from Om Malik.
What a beautiful iPhone X wallpaper.
Kyle is such a great writer. Awesome review.
I really like that always-on display. Great idea.
Another stunner from Gregson.
Awesome illustration at the end.
Han must have made mods to the Falcon for Episode IV.
MLB The Show has always been the world’s best baseball video game.
Handy templates if you use Sketch for any iOS device mockups.
Excited to see what’s unveiled today.
Handy workflow from Matt Cassinelli.
Yeah, I’m not a fan.
These 3-piece suits look great on these NHL stars.
Custom shirts, you say? I need to try this out.
Looks to be a touching documentary.
Not sure I’ll ever make $9.3 million in my side hustle.
I need to put my nose back to the grindstone.
MindNode 5 is the winner for most people.
Finau can hit the long ball.
Great photography. How do you pronounce his last name?
Hilarious. And a tad creepy.
I, too, always tend toward Tweetbot in the end.
We needed to eat then, just like we have to now.
Not what I expected for a star like J.T.
“The Village.” If only.
Very neat. Honestly, my favourite part is the grey colour. Ordered.
Very, very minimal. I hope not too minimal.
Neat looking app. Might be handy to have this.
Awesome love affair for Winnipeg from an ESPN writer.
Musk’s ideas are brilliant. I hope he can execute better than the Tesla Model 3.
More GTD tips here from a long-time Omni user.
Some great tips and observations here from Ben.
Love the work this team does.
This young man has been practicing.
Word-for-word to thought-for-thought — all translations on one spectrum.
A tad expensive, but this is fascinating.
The first film was great. Looking forward to #2.
The key: Spend less than you make. Period.
I don’t mind the design of these. Just keep the Queen on the $20 and I’m happy.
Good to know.
This is looking pretty sweet. Hope I can get in on the Testflight beta.
This is absolutely awesome.
Great, very simple tech news app.
This goes from enthusiastic to purely horrifying.
Awesome video from SpaceX.
What a beautiful briefcase.
Not to mention the 2+ years it takes to make immediately logical changes.
He faked me out, 1,600 kilometers away.
Wonderful photography, as always.
This is an absolutely wild map. Ridiculous, actually.
I need to visit Norway.
Phenomenal work here.
I want to see Ichiro play until he’s 55.
If you own a suit, you need one of these.
This camera is shaping up to be a steal of a deal.
Handy if you publish to Wordpress on iOS.
Neat. Probably useless. But neat.
“Stoned pale aqua. Intangible dirty blue.”
Spring training is my favourite time of the year.
The best manual camera app for iPhone. Full stop.
What a wonderful contraption.
Pretty sure even Alex didn’t know what to do.
Apparently took over 450 hours to create. Wow.
Always love Zagat-recommended restaurants.
Lots of great features here. I want that lock screen.
Love the deep-dive into the Milo font.
Puts Basecamp notifications in your Slack channel. Handy.
It’s called the “hip hinge”.
Stay tuned for the incredible Eye AF demonstration.
1 is easily one of my favourite animated movies.
Great photograph from one of my favourite photographers.
Good visual to show why the change in daylight hours.
Another great how-to from Federico.
I need to get one of these for my office.
He is, most certainly, correct.
Not sure I’ve seen Gruber’s home screen before.
At this rate, my grandchildren will be paying this debt.
Always love this publication.
Will never, ever forget Sid’s golden goal.
I’d buy a pair in a jiff.
Bravo, Mr. Pallister. Bravo.
Most beautiful journal I’ve found to date.
That’s surprising. But could make some sense.
I laughed a few times.
Count ‘em up. Nine. Yes. Nine new lenses.
So, basically, the iPhone X Plus.
This is the trade of the Trade Deadline Season. Wow.
A camera flash for the masses.
I understand none of this, but seems handy.
That’s a lot of train stations.
Pure gold in here for investors.
If you own Sketch, this is an insta-buy.
Absolutely stunning work here.
I, too, tend to creep towards the iPad.
I’ll struggle to not buy one of these.
Hint: use a skillet.
No excuses. We plain ‘ol got beat.
Easy workaround that I hope is fixed one day.
So expensive. But great features.
I don’t watch enough TV. (Via Kottke.)
Getting tired of shootouts in gold medal games.
Extremely simple app. Neat design.
By me. Favourite game in years.
Walnut. Plus, made in Canada.
I’m going back to the 12.9-inch next time.
No love for that bottom plate.
Touching review by Federico.
My favourite game since Alto’s Adventure in 2015.
Great use of a telephoto lens.
I have a great feeling about this.
I’ll have to ignore the price tag.
By me. Whimsical update.
That body design is growing on me.
Love the leather trims.
Greatest ice dancers of all time.
I don’t agree with this.
I always like Matt’s reviews.
If Marius says buy one, it’s probably safe to buy one.