Of all rappers, Lil Dicky is the only one I can actually relate to (unfortunately Kanye and I don’t have a lot of similar life experiences). I wish more people could get past the joke-rapper label with him, because once they do they’ll see he’s as good as anyone on the radio right now, if not better.
There’s been a lot of talk about whether Apple is still Apple (whatever that means). This article proves they are.
What do you do?
There are really only two options at this point. The first would be to suck it up and wait until the next-generation Mac Pros are ready to be announced, and suffer in silence while more and more people point to the current Mac Pro’s stagnation as proof that Apple is abandoning the Mac Pro market.
The second would be to bite the bullet and tell the world what your plans are, even though it’s your decades-long tradition — a fundamental part of the company’s culture — to let actual shipping products, not promises of future products, tell your story.
Apple chose the latter.
I don’t think that because of the new Mac Pro. I think that because they ignored decades of “precedent”, which shows they’re not stuck in their ways and still willing to innovate, even on a fundamental part of company culture.
One of my favorite weeks during college, now viewable without having to leave my house. I ❤️ technology.
(Relevant part starts at 55:25)
Hearing a billionaire talk about how uncomfortable he was starting a new role is oddly comforting. Felt the same way for most of last year.
It’s still mind blowing to me how recently HD came into our lives. When I see a video in SD, I simply assume it was recorded twenty years ago.
- She’s an unreal singer
- She went to UCLA (the school I always wanted to go to before I moved to Seattle)
Side note: I’m realizing this blog is slowly filling up with only music videos and photos… I’m totally ok with that 👌