Been reading Novelist as a Vocation by Haruki Murakami. Lots of great insights - including how he avoids writer's block.
Been drinking the Prolog Jorge Vasquez Geisha, which is one of the better coffees I've had. Also, I've been enjoying a Kenyan coffee from Kahiwa Coffee Roasters in Finland. Kahiwa caught my attention because it's co-owned by F1 driver Valtteri Bottas.
PromptHunt aggregates the prompts that people are using with AI. "Prompt developer" is an emerging job.
Apple's new end-to-end iCloud encryption is a win for consumer privacy - I'm in the process of switching from Google Photos to iCloud because of this.
Why are we rating everything? A former #1 restaurant in the world only has 4.6 stars on Google. Is that really useful?