Aftermath

March 15, 2020
After Math: How COVID-19 is already clobbering 2020
March 15, 2020

After Math: How COVID-19 is already clobbering 2020

Nothing quite like a global pandemic to put the brakes on, well, everything.

By A. Tarantola,   March 15, 2020
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March 8, 2020
After Math: Anything worth doing is worth overdoing
March 8, 2020

After Math: Anything worth doing is worth overdoing

Go ahead kid, aim for the stars. Or slightly lower if that's how things shake out.

By A. Tarantola,   March 8, 2020
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February 23, 2020
After Math: The rule of threes
February 23, 2020

After Math: The rule of threes

If at first you don't succeed, drei, drei again.

By A. Tarantola,   February 23, 2020
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February 9, 2020
After Math: Let's take a drive
February 9, 2020

After Math: Let's take a drive

Just don't touch the steering wheel those 20,000 or so miles of American highway.

By A. Tarantola,   February 9, 2020
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February 2, 2020
After Math: That's something at least
February 2, 2020

After Math: That's something at least

There's always a silver lining around the smoke rising from a dumpster fire.

By A. Tarantola,   February 2, 2020
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January 26, 2020
After Math: Risky businesses
January 26, 2020

After Math: Risky businesses

Who else is looking forward to bidding against other riders for their Uber?

By A. Tarantola,   January 26, 2020
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January 19, 2020
After Math: All the shows (and games) fit to stream this season
January 19, 2020

After Math: All the shows (and games) fit to stream this season

So many shows are getting cancelled. Luckily the rest are being renewed.

By A. Tarantola,   January 19, 2020
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January 12, 2020
After Math: All the stuff that happened while we were at CES
January 12, 2020

After Math: All the stuff that happened while we were at CES

Apparently time doesn't actually stop during the show, it just feels that way.

By A. Tarantola,   January 12, 2020
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