What I wrote last week
On Apple’s new product: AirTag
Apple TV+, Netflix and the battle between Walmart and Amazon
Google used ‘double-Irish’ to shift $75.4bn in profits out of Ireland. It’s good to know that 2020 was the last year that the “double Irish” loophole could still be exploited. I am curious to see the impact that the phase-out has on US corporations.
WSJ’s short profile of Korea’s “King of Ramen”
AirTag location trackers are smart, capable and very Apple
Etsy SEO: How to Optimize Your Shop & Listings for Search
How Netflix and social media helped F1 buck a global sports sponsorship slump. F1 is an extraordinary sport and deserves to be the pinnacle of motorsports around the world. If you look below this entry, you’ll see a graphic showing how F1 cars can go into corners at a speed that we travel on a highway. On the straights, F1 cars can hit 360kmh. The technology that goes into building these cars and the skills that go into driving them are the best in the world. Yet, I still feel that F1 isn’t as popular as it should be. “Drive to Survive” and the resilience shown during 2020 really helped the sport become better known
What I find interesting
Typography at U7 station in Berlin
You can pay at Whole Foods Market with your palm now. While it is incredibly cool and convenient, I don’t think I will jump at the chance to use it soon. Amazon isn’t really known for their privacy practices. I am not too willing to give away my biometrics to them yet.
F1 cars can slow down by 144kmh in 1 or 2 seconds and carry over 150kmh into corners. Just think about that for a second. These cars drive into cars at the speed that is often the top you can reach on the highway
Stats that may interest you
Morning Brew has 3 million subscribers. It’s amazing what you can do with great writing skills and consistency
iPhone 12 models accounted for 61% of US iPhone sales in fiscal Q2 2021