Great ride today – awesome weather. A few shots below.
Marco Rubio in 2012: ‘No one can be above the law, not even the Attorney General’ | Tampa Bay Times
— Read on www.tampabay.com/florida-politics/buzz/2019/05/08/marco-rubio-in-2012-no-one-can-be-above-the-law-not-even-the-attorney-general/
Per The Verge:
Bird says its Bird One scooters will have a 473Wh battery, which VanderZanden says is twice the battery power as other e-scooters. That gives each scooter a range of up to 30 miles on a single charge. Other upgrades include GPS-enabled anti-theft device, 9-inch semi-solid pneumatic tires, and a digital lock that can be locked and unlocked from Bird’s smartphone app.
An interesting look into the future of mobility.
Really go after micro mobility generally, [and] to try to help people get out of cars and onto short-range electric vehicles like Bird One.
And I love this:
If the scooter is stolen, Bird’s “bird hunter” network of freelancers may be able to track it down and find it.
This amazingly non-political take on the Mueller report is, in a word, astonishing.
Perhaps one of the more interesting conclusions is that the DOJ failed to enforce their own standards when delivering the document – it’s not accessible to users with disabilities.
For those who think it trivializes our political process to judge candidates by their typography—what would you prefer we scrutinize? Qualifications? Ground into dust during the last election. Issues? Be my guest. Whether a candidate will ever fulfill a certain campaign promise about a certain issue is conjectural.
But typography—that’s a real decision candidates have to make today, with real money and real consequences. And if I can’t trust you to pick some reasonable fonts and colors, then why should I trust you with the nuclear codes?
— Read on practicaltypography.com/typography-2020.html
I don’t know how to feel about this other than absolutely, completely delighted. #nerdgasm