If you’re traveling through Chicago on the train, lounge access is 1000% worth it, especially with kids.
A calliope probably wears out its welcome in short order, but I sure do enjoy one when I happen to encounter it in the wild.
CHESS at the MUNY is closing tonight, 51 years to the day after the World Chess Championship of 1972 between Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky kicked off. I was lucky enough to see it from the free seats on Thursday and enjoyed it very much.
KMOV in St. Louis decided that it was vitally important to send me an alert on Sunday morning about this story that happened Thursday and in Chicago.
Might be worth revisiting some contemporaneous reactions to the iPhone or iPod today.
Apple: We’re adding a feature to make sure you don’t keep your devices too close to your eyes.
Apple, immediately following: Here’s a device with tiny screens that live right next to your eyes.