Six displays can be had on a Mac M1 laptop if you know your dongles. t.co/vri7eAhaSq

I got an angry piece of mail last night because, more than four years ago, I dared suggest that a microfilm machine might be more complex to use than a smartphone.

Mel Brooks predicted A. Blinken’s rise almost 30 years ago.

“So this nutty little experiment connects a PC, or an IBM PC to be exact, directly onto a record player through an amplifier.” t.co/3zNX7EutuD

By Our Powers Combined …: How the webring became the grassroots tool of choice for sharing content online in the ‘90s. The concept was social media before media was social.

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If someone in your life asks about getting a Macbook Air in a store, inform them of the existence of the M1 model—it really is going to be a night and day difference.

My favorite M1 test so far: Open up 50 apps at once and see if the computer is still usable. t.co/0Hvi9nJ1la

Interesting: Apparently if you download an iOS app from a backup and run the .ipa file on your M1 Mac, it just works—even if it’s not officially supported by the App Store. t.co/YScpJn8RNM

I can only imagine the dramatic scene that preceded this tweet. t.co/LTs64t3KM8

“Due to no ARM drivers, Radeon graphics cards do not work and therefore eGPU is a no-go.” As I said, this appears to be an Apple-being-Apple thing, which leads me to believe passthrough will be possible with virtualization. t.co/p9bXfz1RJM

Given the choice between the funny tech reporter who wrote the excellent book about Uber and the guy who ragequit his job so he could rageletter, I choose the former.

(I’m going to be that guy who uses Fleet to promote what he’s working on. Sorry.)

This Tedium piece references:
- Elliott Smith
- The Ramones
- The Hold Steady
- The Rolling Stones
- Pixies
- The Beatles
- The Doors
- Frank Zappa
- The Residents
- Beyoncé
- Hanson
- Barenaked Ladies

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