After 24,000 miles, my front tires wore out due to the camber that my car has (the tires are tilted slightly). $522 for the two mounted and installed. Ouch.
The first video has about 30 seconds of black and white bomb footage from Afghanistan. If you’d rather not see that, skip to 2:10.
After four years at Automattic, you are given an awesome MacBook that has been customized by ColorWare to have a glowing WordPress logo instead of an Apple logo as well as being painted any color you wish.
My four year anniversary of being officially hired was last March (I was also on contract for 9 months) but as one of the handful of Windows users in the company, I originally opted to pass on the custom MacBook and stick with normal Windows laptops. I’ve used Windows for 20 years now and my primary machine is a very powerful desktop computer that I’ve built for gaming.
However I recently tried to use a Mac for something and realized that I had absolutely no clue how to use it. I didn’t even know about Finder! Yeah, pretty bad.
Additionally I saw some very cool looking customized MacBooks at my company’s annual full company meetup that made me want one too.
So I decided to get one after all and I’m super happy I did! It’s absolutely beautiful and I can install Windows on it so that I can use both operating systems.
- 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina screen
- 3.0GHz Dual-core Intel Core i7, Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz
- 16GB 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM
- 1TB PCIe-based Flash Storage
Here’s how they do the custom logo:
While The Daily Show often covers important topics, it doesn’t have the opportunity to do so in depth because it’s hampered by the fact that there are commercials and guests cutting into the air time.
John Oliver however dives deep into just one or two subjects to make a much stronger point about the subject being covered. He has no guests or commercials.
For example his latest episode had a really striking piece about asset civil forfeiture by police. While that sounds dry and boring, he makes the subject matter compelling and tops it off with a bit of comedy to bring it home. Trust me — it’s worth watching this video until the end.
The outtakes are worth watching too.
Ken Block is at it again. Last time he took a Subaru WRX STI offroad in the snow and this time he’s doing it in a Ford F-150 Raptor! Looks very fun.