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Tech Friend - September Issue. The last ⛈





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Tech Friend - September Issue. The last ⛈
By Sahil Parikh • Issue #12 • View online
Hi there,
I hope this email finds you well. Thanks to a friend, last week I spent some time setting up a mesh network WiFi at home - fast, seamless connectivity by eliminating dead wifi spots at home 🏎. If you are tired of Speedtest by Ookla, then check out my goto speed test tool by Cloudflare.
And after getting that smooth WiFi, if you are up for watching something together with the family, I highly recommend “Chasing Corals” - A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling adventure to document the disappearance of the world’s coral reefs.
I’ll leave you this weekend with a bit of nostalgia:
If this doesn’t bring back good memories, I don’t know what will! 😉
Write back and let me know if you have discovered something cool and want it to be included here next month.

therapist: how have you been coping with everything

me: with sarcasm mostly

therapist: has that been working

me: yeah it's been super great
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 review: iPhone revolution, iPad evolution
Phishing tricks – the Top Ten Treacheries of 2020
Why the Berkshire Hathaway Site Is a Master Class in Human-Centered Design
Got Your Back
Earth View from Google
How I Deal With Kids Playing in My Driveway | The Saga of My Driveway Racetrack
How I Deal With Kids Playing in My Driveway | The Saga of My Driveway Racetrack
This video made my day! Everyone needs a little happiness 😄
Kindle Highlight of the Week
“Here’s a quote from ultramarathoner Dick Collins: Decide before the race the conditions that will cause you to stop and drop out. You don’t want to be out there saying, “Well gee, my leg hurts, I’m a little dehydrated, I’m sleepy, I’m tired, and it’s cold and windy.” And talk yourself into quitting. If you are making a decision based on how you feel at that moment, you will probably make the wrong decision.”
Seth Godin, The Dip: The extraordinary benefits of knowing when to quit.
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Sahil Parikh

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