Cocktail goodness at The Nightjar.
Also, first ever thing I’ve done on iOS 8 that makes use of system extensions. Straight from Photos roll to Tumblr. Nice!
For the record, I went with the Silver 128 GB iPhone 6 Plus. My rationale: the two things I care about most in my iPhone these days are the camera and battery life. The 6 Plus has a small edge in both categories.
But yes, it’s a big ass phone. We’ll see.
Curious why you went for 128GB - you really got enough stuff not in the cloud to fill it? I’ve been going down in size slowly with each upgrade. Just don’t need it as much with Spotify and iTunes Match and Netflix, etc.
Now THIS is a movie theater.
One of the best. Aubin Cinema in Shoreditch is pretty good too, as is Olympic Cinema in Barnes (only cinema in UK with Dolby Atmos sound system)
Today’s the day. The day you help save the internet from being ruined.
(Long story short: The FCC is about to make a critical decision as to whether or not internet service providers have to treat all traffic equally. If they choose wrong, then the internet where anyone could start a website for any reason at all, the internet that’s been so momentous, funny, weird, and surprising—that internet could cease to exist. Here’s your chance to preserve a beautiful thing.)
How can you not support this?
Support this. Now.
This wonderful clip is proof that Steve Ballmer is not only a better Los Angeles Clippers owner than Donald Sterling, he’s also a way better team owner than he is a Microsoft CEO. #DevelopersDevelopersDevelopersDevelopers
Dick Vitale has had a few too many desserts and a bit too much caffeine today.
Gotta admire Balmer. Anything he does, he does it with immense passion.
In fact, by mid-century more than four-fifths of the land in France, Italy and Spain that’s now used for vineyards will be producing grapes unsuited for wine, according to a 2013 study. Australia stands to lose up to three-quarters of its currently viable vineyard land; California’s looking at a 70% decline.
What’s really crazy is that England is likely to become a new hotbed of wine-making — literally.
Fascinating - England as a major wine producer. That’s exciting.
We go forward.
Aww. This is cool but also sad :(