The value of social media isn't the technology. It's us.
The Washington Post tech columnist Taylor Lorenz talks to host Ben Brock Johnson about her new book, "Extremely Online," where she argues that we've been paying too much attention to the Elon Musks of the world and not enough to everyday internet users.
Find out details about the SongShift 6.0 update that just released to the App Store. SongShift 6.0 features an entire redesign, in addition to large SongShare updates, song recognition, tags, and more.
pThere is currently little reporting or research about the quality or veracity of the content that is circulating on Twitch. However, the Amazon-owned platform has become its own thriving corner of the internet, cultivating a user base that is culturally influential, young, politically engaged, and easily mobilized/p
How Virginia Heffernan is reinventing tech criticism
pVirginia Heffernan’s Twitter bio once described her as “something like a critic.” Her reluctance to fully embrace the title is understandable, given that most of what passes as technology criticism today tends either towards gadget reviews or curmudgeons bemoaning the loss of what makes us human. Somewhere along the line, critical writing about technology became […]/p
Bezel: The Best Way to Screen Capture Your iPhone From a Mac
I have recently been working on a personal web project that involves a lot of testing on my iPhone. While I would usually just have my iPhone to the side on my desk to test my changes in real-time and take screenshots, I was looking for a solution to mirror my iPhone’s screen directly on
Apple Music Replay Is Out, but for a Deeper Look at Your Music Habits, Try Last.fm
Yesterday, Apple released Apple Music Replay, its annual recap of Apple Music subscribers’ listening habits. The site is beautifully designed with images of artists coming to life with video when you’re not scrolling the page. Included this year are: A highlight reel Top artists Top songs Top albums Top genres Top playlists Top radio stations
Play 2.0 Adds YouTube Channel Support, Folders, and a New Premium Subscription
Marcos Tanaka’s Play has become the way I watch YouTube, which isn’t something I expected would happen as much as I’ve enjoyed the app since its launch early last year. The app, available on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, started as a way to save YouTube links to watch later. That made Play
Apple Boosts Spending to Develop Conversational AI
Apple has been expanding its computing budget for building artificial intelligence to millions of dollars a day. One of its goals is to develop features such as one that allows iPhone customers to use simple voice commands to automate tasks involving multiple steps, according to people familiar ...
Quiche Browser Is a Beautiful and Modular Web Browser for iOS
As part of my ongoing experiment with third-party web browsers for the iPhone, I recently stumbled upon a new indie browser for iOS, which I was instantly drawn to thanks to its adorable name. Quiche Browser is a beautiful browser developed by Greg de J that focuses on UI modularity and small quality-of-life enhancements. The
We all know updaters in Shortcuts, they have been there since Workflow was introduced. Like Shortcuts they come in many different variants all with their strengths and weaknesses. Recently a new member on the Discord Shortcuts server published his version of an updater called “ Very smol updater “ this name sounded funny to me … Update in a different way Read More »