Recent Links of Note - March 21, 2021

Starting a new series of posts here tonight, gathering links I’ve been browsing that don’t need their own dedicated post.

I have a long term interest in ed-tech and distance education, two interesting articles I came across this week…

The pandemic’s remote learning legacy: A lot worth keeping - Christian Science Monitor

Nearly One-Third Of Parents May Stick With Remote Learning - NPR

Other nonsense I found interesting this week…

The state of Apple TV and end of HomePod warrants a Home strategy roundtable - 9to5Mac

Apple’s Perplexing Home Strategy - MacStories

Amplifi Alien WiFi6 router

Cities are paying people up to $16,000 to move there—this directory lists them - CNBC Apple News link

I enjoyed this piece reviewing Panic’s new code editor Nova, which has been out for a bit now.

My wife and I have been catching up on The Crown and I found this section in the show’s Wikipedia page about Historical Accuracy was pretty interesting. It’s almost like the show is collage instead of a portrait. The Crown also got me to read the tremendously long article on The Troubles which the show spent surprisingly little time on.