My links for the week.
- Guest Vocalist Dave Chappelle Sings Creep at Foo Fighters’ MSG Show
- Believe — New trailer for Ted Lasso season 2. I loved season 1, so I hope this new season doesn’t disappoint.
- Fans speculate on Ghost of Tsushima PC release after box art changes
- Brave Search Now in Public Beta — See also The Verge
- The perfect, more expensive, out-of-stock thing versus the less perfect, less expensive, in-stock thing.
- The slow transitions of a lingering pandemic
- Disneyland is now open for everyone: How to get tickets and park reservations — “Disneyland has also removed its requirement for face masks for fully vaccinated guests.”
- Jerry Seinfeld’s Pop-Tarts obsession is turning into a Netflix movie
- Using Performant Next-Gen Images in CSS with image-set
- Are we in a new era of web design? What do we call it? — Una Kravets is calling it the new responsive.
- This Google Contacts redesign is starting to look a bit like Google Plus
- Who needs COVID-19 boosters?
- Remember iPods? This one lives in your browser and plays Spotify
- Apple’s Newest Store Is Over the Top, Even for Apple
- Log Jams — Dave Rupert’s recent talk. I caught this one at axe-con earlier this year.
News from the Microsoft Windows Event
- Microsoft announces Windows 11, with a new design, Start menu, and more
- Microsoft Teams will be directly integrated as part of Windows 11
- Microsoft reveals the new Microsoft Store for Windows 11, and it has Android apps too
- Microsoft is bringing Android apps to Windows 11 with Amazon’s Appstore
- Windows 11 is a free upgrade
- Windows 11 Home will require a Microsoft account and an internet connection at setup
- Microsoft is changing the Windows 11 minimum requirements
- How to download a preview of Windows 11
- Here’s everything Microsoft is removing from Windows 11
- Satya Nadella’s closing Windows 11 remarks were a direct shot across Apple’s bow
- Microsoft will let devs keep every penny their Windows app makes — unless it’s a game
- Windows 11 is free, but your CPU might not be officially supported
- Microsoft wants Steam to be part of its new Windows 11 app store
all you need to know about windows 11 in one screenshot pic.twitter.com/WWespS2VnY— Jon Honeyball (@jonhoneyball) June 22, 2021
Just like Windows 10, Windows 11 looks like it currently has quite a bit of legacy UI hanging around. Let’s hope they finally get all of that cleaned up before the final version of 11 ships.