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Hey friends! I’m welcome Installer Number 33, your guide to the best and The edge– The most things in the world. (If you’re new here, welcome, you’ve found us, and you can also read all the previous editions Installer homepage.)

This week, I’m writing about it. The end of Google Podcasts And The rise of AI gadgetsis watching. Girls 5 Eva And watching again Middle Dutch and SchwartzReading about All Trails Everywhere And Danny McBride’s Comedy CompoundListening to Ezra Klein. The podcast in regards to A.I, If you see 5K runner Can finally make me like running and playing a lot. Retro goal.

I’ve got lots of smart ideas about AI for you, a bunch of new AI tools in web browsers, an exciting new newsletter about cool things on the Internet, a big rant on delivery apps, and more. . let’s go.

Oh wait before we do! I’m going to be In Chicago Humanities Festival Next weekend, on stage with Wonder Dynamics co-founders: Nikola Todorovic and Ty Sheridan talking about creativity and AI. (You probably know Ty better as an actor, including Wade Watts Ready Player One. I have questions about that too.) If you’re around, join us next Saturday! Okay fine now Let’s get into it.

(As always, the best part of Installer Have your thoughts and suggestions. What are you excited about right now? What are you watching or reading or playing that everyone else should be too? Tell me everything: And if you know someone else who might enjoy. Installerforward it and ask them to subscribe here.)


  • Opera’s native AI. I know, I know, every browser is doing AI stuff, and I keep bringing it up. But Opera is doing something new and clever: It lets you download various open-source AI models to your computer, so you can do AI stuff in the browser, but also completely natively. I dig it.
  • I did a wikipedia graph… this is what I got This video blew my mind in the best way. It’s just a narrator and lots of graphs, but it shows how Wikipedia really works — the most linked articles, the main topics of the platform, the funny dead ends. Wikipedia keeps getting better and better.
  • Brave Leo. Another browser AI thing! Brave’s Mixtral-based chatbot, Leo, is also trying to do AI in a privacy-preserving way, and I’m all for it. After a few months on Android, Leo is now on iOS, which means you can use Leo anywhere you use Brave. It’s also built into the browser in a very intuitive, helpful way.
  • Jon Stewart on the false promises of AIAs short an argument against AI as you’re ever going to hear. And it’s not even really against AI, just against the hype cycle and the way it’s talked about versus the way it’s used. Besides that, Stewart’s interview with Lena Khan Interesting take on mistrust and AI – and full of good streaming drama.
  • Last week tonight on food delivery apps. Recommending both Jon Stewart and John Oliver: Novels, right? Really breaking new ground here. But it’s too good not to share, and not just because it has outstanding features. the edge. Delivery apps don’t really work for anyone involved, and Oliver fixes that problem perfectly. And angry.
  • Retro. I doubt this and every other “Instagram but these are your real friends again!” app but i what Like Retro’s latest feature, Journals, which brings a collaborative album creation system to the app. I only do this in Google Photos, but it’s a great addition to any such app.
  • Gotham City Lego Set. Four thousand, two hundred and ten pieces. I’m obsessed with this stuff and frankly a little intimidated by it. The $300 price tag puts it in the serious luxury range, but it became the first and only item on my birthday list this year.
  • were here. I don’t recommend other newsletters here, and I’m going to replace it, starting with this one, from Hank and John Green, two of the best people on the Internet, who, at least so far, are just a combination. Weird internet stuff. Subscribe to insta.

Screen share

As part of writing this newsletter, I have a big folder of cool home screens I find around the web. (I should share a bunch of those here, now that I think about it — we’ll come back to that.) But very few things in this folder cause me to make the noise I did when I first opened them. Saw the bar. Daniyal Ansari’s home screen.

It turns out that Daniel actually makes and sells these home screen designs, complete with icons and widgets and more—and I found myself paging through them all, wondering how I could make my phone look sleek and stylish. Keep it simple and looking for tips on this. cold As Daniel did. But I thought the best course of action was to go to the source, so I asked him to share some tips with us.

Here’s Daniel’s home screen, along with some information about the apps he uses and why:

phone: iPhone 13 128GB in Starlight.

Wallpaper: The wallpapers are solid backgrounds in colors that match the dock. The HEX code for light mode is #F3F3F3 and for dark mode is #242424. Doing this hides the dock completely, giving my home screen a cleaner look.

Apps: I try to keep my home screen clean. The app I like the most is YouTube Music. It’s not that popular, but the combination of YouTube Premium and YouTube Music makes a lot of sense to me. I keep the Notes app handy, and I have different folders in it to categorize information.

I create custom widgets using an app called Widgy On the App Store. It’s an incredible app that syncs with built-in Apple apps and offers information like weather, calendar events, reminders, etc., with a variety of customization options, allowing you to customize your look. are I also use two apps called MD Blank And Transparent app icons Which lets you create blank spaces on your home screen (since Apple won’t let us).

I also asked Daniel to share some of the things he’s been up to right now. Here’s what he sent back:

  • The show I’m on right now is. Drive to survive.. I started following Formula One a few years ago and loved how engineering and sport came together.
  • I’m really into productivity apps and really enjoy it. gave Waveform episode with you. I have started using Concept calendarand yes, the three-day view is amazing.
  • The creators I follow the most are MK Bhd And Star Talk with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tysonbut I especially want to mention David Amell. He only has five videos on his YouTube channel (he should make more), but the way he explains each concept is phenomenal. It’s almost like he’s a really great professor who’s great at clearing the basics. of that”How the Italian Renaissance Can Save the Smartphone CameraMy favorite YouTube video of all time. As a post grad in literature with a background in tech, the video suits my interests.


what is here Installer Community is in this week. I want to know what you are into right now! E-mail Or text +1 (203) 570-8663 with your recommendations for anything and everything, and we’ll feature some of our favorites here each week.

“With Artifact becoming a dead Yahoo product, I’ve moved on. Bulletin For iOS and Mac, which I quite enjoy. – Justin

“The way you described TinyDesk as ‘everything fun about the Internet’ is how I would describe it. A journey of tasteA YouTube channel and DJ duo from Luxembourg. They play their chill house music sets (often with live guitar) from venues around Europe. They also prepare food during the set. Feels less like watching a DJ set and more like hanging out with friends. Here’s a recent favorite.” – Daniel

Running my personal, single-user Mastodon instance courtesy of You can. Read about my experience If you’re interested.” – Mike

“If you like screaming music, we’re in a golden age for it right now. New.” Wrist Massager A modern classic, new Limitations Goes hard as hell, death metal doctors Abortion Dropped one of his best albums, the melodic/tech death newcomer Carrionville Dropped a great album, like the OG band A job for a cowboy And The darkest hour Present some of their best work. It’s a great time to love music where everyone beats each other at concerts. – Life

Good speed is a very opinionated, keyboard-driven task manager — I think more people should give it a shot. – Matt

“I love games that take two completely unrelated genres and put them together. Peglin takes Pagel And turns him into a bully. The more spikes you hit, the more damage you deal to enemies. There are different balls with different effects and power-ups that you can collect. I’m playing it on my phone, and it’s a great way to pass the time on a train ride. — Voltaire

“I would like to recommend. List. This is a simple app for keeping lists. I started using it to keep track of books, board games, movies and TV shows. I used to use the stock Notes app for this, but Listy is easier to use because you can just use your browser’s share function to add a new entry. – Peter

Picotron. It’s a little niche, but for a certain kind of person, it’s gold. This is a ‘fantasy workstation’ from the guy who made Pico 8. Still very early days and very small, but very exciting at this early time, almost like a return to the early days of computing. People are already making primitive web browsers and calculators and games for it. – Tom

Gideon Ninth One of the funniest, wildest, craziest, funniest, no-put-down books I’ve read in forever. Mad Conspiracy…Emperor Undeng, Necrolord Prime’s eight feudal families send their necromancer adepts and cavalry primordials into the solar system to undergo challenges with the goal of becoming Lyctors to serve their emperor. Highly descriptive / visual and perfect for presenting as a movie or mini-series. Too much air!” – Tyler

Signing off.

Here’s the least amazing thing I’ll write all week: I love Videos about people setting up. Studio tour, desk tour, home screen deep dive, whatever. I like it as a way to see how people work and think, and I believe you can learn a lot about people by learning how they organize their spaces, virtual and Both physical, maybe that’s why I’ve seen it now. This video from Adam Savage’s “Beautifully Chaotic” studio about six times. The place is clean and well thought out and organized. Every little piece of everything has a story. And it’s all about making things work, not making things pretty. I swear, there are 60 life lessons in this one studio alone. And now I have a strong desire to buy a table saw. This is going to be a problem.

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