|TI99/4A Home Computer|
Fun and Games with Exposure Notifications - I love this stuff. Exposure Notifications is an open protocol by Apple and Google, there are open source reference implementations, most of the code is already available on Linux and someone can be bothered to implement it himself and document it.
Seamlessly Swapping the API backend of the Netflix Android app - lots of things that only make sense if you have a large amount of engineers twiddling their thumbs. Still interesting.
Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy - someone said that this should affect how zoning is handled. If the workers are not coming to the offices any more, then this economy has to move closer to the workers. This could lead to more mixed purpose communities, combining services, shopping and working.
Generation Work-From-Home May Never Recover - people are different and prefer different ways of working, some don't like to be forced to work in an office and others don't like to work alone from home
The big return 3: a closer look at data - more insights into remote working and returning to offices
Why a court says Berlin's new pop-up bike lanes must be scrapped - the far right party found a way to remove the pop up bike lanes. annoying.
Bike lanes might be more dangerous than no lanes at all - painted lanes are no bike lanes
Marc Andreessen On Productivity, Scheduling, Reading Habits, Work, and More - long interview with lots of interesting stuffTony-os, Pathos, Logos - I can't deal with people like Tony Robbins, but here is a slightly different perspective
Winner Of French Scrabble Title Does Not Speak French - this applies to so many things :-)
The 20 greatest home computers – ranked! - controversial! I would put the TI99/4A on the top and remove the Macintosh (too expensive) and the PC (not a home computer)