The current issue MIT Technology Review. Just say Yea or Nay if you understand it.
What percentage of comic strip reading is done online as opposed to in physical newspapers?
Because I’m thinking we might have reached the point where cartoonists should no longer be drawing comics that aren’t readable on computer screens (let alone phones or tablets): either because the text is just too small, or because the panel needs to be rotated 90 degrees to be read.
I can’t repeat this enough:
Every important photograph you own needs to have relevant information written on the back: date and names of subjects at the very least.
Digital photos can have the information embedded in the file.
You think you’ll always remember. You won’t. And even if you do, future generations will have no idea why you thought this photo was worth passing down.
(Talking to you, Grandma)
I’m sure somebody must have compiled a list of both actual and fake pumpkin spice items, challenging people to guess which is which.