Saturday, May 18

An AI voice keeps in mind app that truly works

Hi, buddies! Invite to Installer No. 32, your guide to the very best and Edge-iest things in the world. (If you’re brand-new here, welcome, pleased weekend, and likewise, you can check out all the old editions at the Installer homepage.)

Today, I’ve been blogging about AI online search engine and the future of Disney Plus, checking out Anne Hathaway and Andrew Huberman and Jonathan Kanter, talking efficiency apps with the WVFRM team, continuing to enjoy every “how they made Dune video I can get my hands on, listening to the Black Box podcast, and discovering what The Format is and how to use it to every element of my life.

I likewise have for you a lot of brand-new things to see this weekend, a brand-new AI voice keeps in mind app, a wonderful new-old keyboard, an app for food tracking, some funny podcasts, and an entire lot more. Let’s enter into it.

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The Drop

  • Cleft Notes. I’ve been playing around with a lot of AI-powered voice notes apps, and this one may be the finest. You simply talk, and the app turns your unordered ideas into perfectly formatted notes– which you can constantly simply toggle back into your records.
  • A Gentleman in Moscow Amor Towles’ book is an all-timer, and the program– starring Ewan McGregor as a count living under home arrest in an expensive hotel, I swear, it’s more interesting than it sounds– appears like it holds up quite well. I may even spend for Paramount Plus for this.
  • The Anxious Generationby Jonathan Haidt. Bear in mind that Atlantic story about the result of phones and social networks on kids that went mega-viral a number of weeks ago? This is the book variation. I do not constantly like Haidt’s concepts or mindset, however up until now, I’m taking this book simply as a series of discussion beginners about how to be a moms and dad (and a kid, and an individual) in the modern-day world. There’s a lot to chew on here.
  • Steve! (martin) a documentary in 2 pieces This doc is three-plus hours long, which is a great deal of time to invest with Steve Martin. It’s Steve Martin!

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