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.)
This is like some Street Fighter fan's hallucinogenic fever dream.
As some of you may be aware; my mother Onnalee Flood left us unexpectedly this afternoon after a short illness brought on by complications from a routine surgery. To say that I’m heartbroken doesn’t even begin to get close.
She left us far too soon. Especially since I know how much she was looking forward to meeting our son in just a short few weeks.
I found this poem that seemed fitting.
For all the times you gently picked me up,
When I fell down,
For all the times you tied my shoes
And tucked me into bed,
Or needed something
But put me first instead.
For everything we shared,
The dreams, the laughter,
And the tears,
I love you with a Special Love
That will deepen every year.
Thank You Mom, for everything. I’ll miss you terribly. I'll never forget what you've taught me.
I love you.
There are a lot of impressive music videos out there in the world. There are also a lot of people who's passion for their music knows no bounds. Rarely though, do those things come together so perfectly as the video Wintergatan's "Marble Machine". The video and the music are one in the same, and I wouldn't want to spoil it for you, so please go watch it below.