There are over a 100 barbecue joints with their own secret sauce, rub and wood smoke secret recipes that will make you drool. You know you’re in the right place when you can smell that smokey char in the streets.
I’ve had my first drone, the DJI Spark, for about a month and I’ve been having a great time learning to fly it and figuring out how to get cool shots. I don’t think I’ll be ready to step up to something like the Mavic Air anytime soon but I’m definitely more interested in drone news now that I’ve had a chance to fly one myself!
DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, today introduced Mavic Air, an ultra-portable, foldable camera drone that delivers higher performance, more intelligent features and greater creative possibilities than any other consumer drone. Developed with the traveler and outdoor enthusiast in mind, Mavic Air inherits the best features of DJI’s iconic Mavic series with a 4K camera for superior image quality, new QuickShot modes and SmartCapture for easier, more intelligent photo and video capturing, and FlightAutonomy 2.0 with Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems for smarter, safer flight. A marvel of engineering and design, Mavic Air enables limitless exploration wherever adventure takes you.
Here are a few reviews of the Mavic Air from my favorite YouTubers:
I’m excited the HomePod is finally shipping, but it must sting for Apple to ship without AirPlay 2–the feature rumored to delay the HomePod into 2018 in the first place. I’m looking forward to the reviews and am particularly excited to see Siri and HomeKit integration in action.
HomePod delivers stunning audio quality wherever it’s placed — in any room in the house, playing any style of music. Using just your voice, it’s easy and fun to use, and works together with an Apple Music subscription for a breakthrough music experience, providing access to one of the world’s largest cloud music libraries. Siri, now actively used on over half a billion devices, has developed a deep knowledge of music and understands your preferences and tastes. And with Siri, HomePod can send a message, set a timer, play a podcast, check the news, sports, traffic and weather, and even control a wide range of HomeKit smart home accessories.
Tony made Memphis his home and hearing him say it will always be home is really something special. Thanks for everything TA.
I’ll be back in Memphis, on a permanent basis, at some point in time. I can guarantee you that. Whether it’s working for this organization, or working somewhere else in the city, or just being one of those old dudes who hangs around Mem, eating barbecue or whatever, and one day you’ll tap some old dude on the shoulder and it’ll be like, Yo, that’s Tony Allen — man, whether it’s any of those things, or whether it’s something else. I’ll be back in Memphis. No doubt.
Thank you Zach.
To Zach — Thank you for all the joy and magical moments too numerous to count. Thank you for the energy and excitement you brought each and every night to FedExForum. Thank you for your leadership and service. Thank you for your larger than life impact and for keeping all Memphians warm. Thank you.
While there will be a time and place to recognize your lasting impact in Memphis, starting today, as stated earlier by Controlling Owner, Robert Pera, number 50 will never be worn by any other member of the Memphis Grizzlies.
I was actually working on updating a workflow to post to my blog when this news broke. Workflow is a super smart app that lets you chain together iOS apps to do some pretty amazing automation. It will be really interesting to see what the team can do if some if it’s feature become integrated into iOS in the future.
Apple has finalized a deal to acquire Workflow today — a tool that lets you hook together apps and functions within apps in strings of commands to automate tasks. We’ve been tracking this one for a while but were able to confirm just now that the ink on the deal is drying as we speak.