The Paris Review - While there is a certain old man yells at cloud quality to this essay, it has some points. While I think that books have survived the proliferation of other media, as proven out by the YA booms of the last decade or so, it may be forcing people to "read the right way" that is hurting reading. Turning reading into . . .
US Gamer - One of the most prolific creators in video games has warned the industry to shy away from a race to the bottom in free to play games. Though you'd think creating Mario and Zelda would be enough to get some people to listen, Nintendo is already planning at least two more free to play titles. Though I would like Miyamoto to be . . .
The Sweet Setup - Day One is a well-designed app with a ton of features that don't complicate the interface. It is the best example of the kind of work that you only see in the Apple developer community. It's an app I aspire to use more, but only because of my own laziness do I not use it every day.
538 - Midterms are a pretty short season, but they ramp quickly. The idea that the Democrats are leaning away from Impeachment, while Republicans use it to rally the base to the defense of Trump shouldn't be surprising at a macro level. It may be a big miscalculation on the Democrats' part. Considering there still seems to be a . . .