A silly little script I wrote while I'm learning web development with Codecademy. Essentially it's taking this meme format and generating a new misattributed quote. Be warned, it's super silly and simple. Some outputs include; "I am your father" - Voldemort, maybe "There is nothing to fear but fear itself"
I came by this book by listening to Jia Tolentino on Ezra Klein’s podcast [https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/jia-tolentino-on-what-happens-when-life-is-endless/id1081584611?i=1000447807714] where she was being interviewed during what I presume was part of the press rounds for this book. The overarching theme in the book is
> Yes. But also no…it’s complicated. This is a great analysis [https://birchtree.me/blog/have-iphones-been-getting-more-expensive/] by Matt Birchler that’s well worth a read. He covers not just the reasons why the changing prices of components but also the changes in market prices too for wider context.
The new Hammock [https://www.hammockmusic.com/] album came out last Friday and I've since listened to it a number of times. It's beautiful—as all their music is—and features their signature lush soundscapes blending classical and synthesised instrumentation. Apple Music [https://embed.music.apple.com/gb/album/silencia/
I couldn’t agree more with James Vincent’s piece here [https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/6/20951178/amazon-alexa-echo-launch-anniversary-age-funtionality-not-changed-use-cases] and describing Alexa and its accompanying Skill Store as “a mile wide and an inch deep” is perhaps the best description that matches my experience with Alexa as a platform.