Ford v Ferrari

American car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles battle corporate interference, the laws of physics and their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car for Ford and challenge Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966. imdb.com In two words, this movie is both intense and frustrating. Not to mention […]

Jensen & Holes: The Murder Squad

Jensen & Holes: The Murder Squad is an “interactive” podcast on the Exactly Right podcast network run by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark of My Favorite Murder. Each week, journalist Billy Jensen and Detective Paul Holes – who helped catch the Golden State Killer – take a deep dive into an unsolved murder or missing […]

You know you’re addicted when …

Today, I got around to reading an article I saved from The Washington Post. I saved it because the topic is related to my previous post, so I thought I’d write something about this as well. Apparently, kids today (Gosh, that makes me sound like an old person when I’m not) are exploiting bugs in […]

Screen Time doesn’t mean anything

The Mac operating system got an upgrade the other day: Catalina. It’s so cool; I feel like I got a new computer. One of the things I was hoping they’d implement – and maybe someone somewhere was reading my mind, because they did – is Screen Time. It was already on the iPhone; why not […]

Lacking Lyrics

Don’t get me wrong, I like Apple Music. I’ve been downloading Spanish music like crazy. There’s just one problem: lyrics. When I first signed up, I was under the impression that I’d have access to the lyrics for all the songs in my music library no matter what. However, that’s not the case. Lyrics aren’t […]