Apple’s new operating system and its massive new feature set challenge users anddevelopers to explore new and better ways of working. I don’t think Leopard is a perfect 10, but the author, Tom Yager, opines that Leopard’s many new features and underlying capabilities allow Leopard to “stay out of the user’s way while being a microsecond away from answering any user demand, and to make sure that the user never has to do anything twice.” This article is worth a read.
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Press Secy's Answer on Why Biden Suspended Rule Protecting US Power Grid From China Is Incredibly Concerning https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2021/01/26/317090-n317090
The SF school board busily renaming schools that have been closed for months and that it's incapable of formulating a plan to open is really Soviet Union levels of ineffectual absurdity.
I was on the call; everyone on the board just nods their heads like this is normal. https://twitter.com/jnewsgabe/status/1354306575448465409
BREAKING: after a seven hour meeting the SF school board voted to rename 44 district schools, more than a third of all public schools in the city. Lincoln, Washington, Diane Feinstein, Sutro among schools to be renamed. Schools have until Apr. 19 to suggest new ones.
No nation should have anything to do with #CommunistChina. #China #CCP
On the campaign trail @JoeBiden said getting kids back in school is a "top priority"
@jaketapper "I haven't seen any plan or timeline, or frankly any willingness to buck the teachers unions."
This is fascinating.
/r/WallStreetBets about to blowup another hedge fund, this one valued at $13.1 BILLION before the Reddit trolls decided to all buy GameStop lol