To say I'm excited is an understatement. The X-T1 is my all time favorite camera. This looks to have fixed every single issue I had with the first. Can't wait. Expect my review as soon as I get my hands on one.
I remember growing up thinking this was the fanciest dessert I had ever seen. Still, even after all these years, surprising how many steps and how much machinery goes into making it!
In other news, water is wet. Great piece from Slate.
So apparently the online restaurant delivery services Grubhub and Seamless are down across the USA with many reports from Twitter of customers being charged for food, and then the orders never being forwarded from Grubhub to the restaurants. Leaving many restaurants who participate in Grubhub and Seamless at the mercy of many angry customers who haven't received their food despite having paid for them.
No word from Grubhub yet about what happened, but from twitter, I can guess they are going to be giving out a LOT of refunds tomorrow. At this point, wouldn't the prudent thing be to shut down the ordering system entirely for the rest of the night? Just a thought.
Nope, not at all terrified by the proliferation of AI. Not at all.
This is some serious video hardware you can get for ~$1000. The a7s II is the gold standard of Mirrorless video right now, and this little camera stands up against it surprisingly well. Impressed.
Sad. I've been a big fan of the Pebble Time in my time owning it. Inexpensive, super long battery life, and it does everything I want a smartwatch to do (tell the time, show me notifications). Here's hoping they can work it out.
(This is the first of my Linkblog posts. Linkblog posts are different than regular posts, and are annotated by the bullet "•" at the end of the title. These are short commentary pieces on other articles, you can read the source article of any linkblog post by clicking the post title.)