Getting back into the groove of reading a bunch of online articles. I am trying to read them as quickly as I find them to avoid them piling up in my unread queue for months at a time.
If you missed the previous reading list post, you can find it here.
- Video Game Ownership Is Already Dead by Nathan Grayson for Aftermath
- How I Modded My iPad Pro with a Screen Protector, iPhone Holder, and Magnetic Stereo Speakers by Federico Viticci for MacStories
- It’s 2024, I Finally Got VR, It’s Fine by Luke Plunkett for Aftermath
- When Seniors Wander by Jason McBride for The Local
- ‘Student Should Have a Healthy-Looking BMI’: How Universities Bend Over Backwards to Accommodate Food Delivery Robots by Jason Koebler for 404 Media
- The Thorny Problem of Keeping the Internet’s Time by Nate Hopper for The New Yorker
- The data collection app at the heart of the BJP’s Indian election campaign by Srishti Jaswal for Rest of World
- The Quiet Death of Ello’s Big Dreams by Andy Baio
David Mills, the inventor of Network Time Protocol died this week at the age of 85. Hence why the article by Nate Hopper is in the list today. First time I’ve read it and its worth a read. May he rest in peace.
That’s all from me this time, see y’all later.