Covered this week; GoPro launches the Hero 5… more thoughts on Kaepernick… Brangelina, say it ain’t so… on the design of the original Apple logo… potential MLB post-season match-ups… Larry Sanders is back streaming on HBO… Nirvana’s Nevermind celebrates its 25th anniversary… Arnold Palmer dies at 87… Jose Fernandez dies at 24…
September 19, 2016
GoPro is calling the new Hero 5 Black “Simply the best GoPro, ever.” They’re not wrong. Waterproof to 33ft out of the box and featuring 4K video, stabilization, voice commands, and more, the Hero 5 Black is a lot of action camera for $400.
A quick look at the Kaepernick situation from Matt Taibbi…
September 20, 2016
Brangelina… say it ain’t so.
September 21, 2016
Some famous logos were done by designers that were already famous, such as Paul Rand doing IBM’s logo… the most interesting stories though are those that were designed by just ordinary working folk, usually friends of those starting the companies… here’s an interesting piece on Rob Janoff who designed the Apple logo back in ’77…
September 22, 2016
2016 Post Season baseball is coming… as I type, all the Division races seem to be pretty much squared away… the Cubs, Nationals and Dodgers in the NL, the Rangers, Indians and Red Sox in the AL… but the Wildcard races… those are a whole other deal entirely… with 10 games left in the regular season we have the possibility for 3-way, even 4-way ties… for which the tie-breakers are long and complicated… but all this said, here’s a potential October match-up’s story by Anthony Castrovince for Sports on Earth which sums things up pretty well…
September 23, 2016
‘Larry Sanders’ is back… Garry Shandling’s award-winning series about the hijinks on and off-screen at a late-night talk show is now available on HBO NOW and GO.
September 24, 2016
Nirvana’s seminal album ‘Nevermind’ came out 25 years ago now… as a way to mark the occasion, the photographer and art director behind one of rock’s most memorable images explain how the cover came together…
September 25, 2016
Sunday was an unfortunate day of death… Arnold Palmer, the ‘King’ of golf, died from complications from heart problems at 87. His career was illustrious. Along the way he became one of the sport’s best players and a successful businessman, philanthropist, trailblazing advertising spokesman, talented golf course designer and experienced aviator.
On a much, much more somber note. The raw potential of Marlin’s ace Jose Fernandez was snuffed in the bud when he died early Sunday morning in a boating accident at just 24 years old… Florida’s Cuban community mourns with heavy, heavy hearts.