About me. Well, compared to last week I’m feeling much better. I was meditating a lot and thinking about what lessons left me with what happened. Listen, at that moment I had two choices: to give up and sulk or to take it as an opportunity, as a new challenge for my life, and start working on it.
I chose the second one.
This week I’ve been a lot in the studio testing the MacBook Pro 14" & 16" with the M1 Pro and M1 Max chip, and I can not say much about it yet, but at first, I thought Apple was going after Intel… but I was wrong.
Apple doesn’t see Intel as competition anymore, they’re going after Nvidia! And that’s a huge leap!
That’s the reason why today I haven’t made a Twitch Stream writing this newsletter. I’m currently at the studio, and sadly I can not film here due the reviews we’re making.
Anyway… We’re also testing the new AirPods 3 with the New Voice Plan on Apple Music, and so far they sound really good! Of course, I’m not a music producer or so, but the quality of the AirPods 3 is very similar to the AirPods Pro. The only thing that I miss is noise cancelation.
In other news, this week I finished The Disappearance of Stephanie Mailer by Joël Dicker. It’s a really good book, although my favorite one is The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair. If you haven’t read yet, I strongly reccomend it.
Currently, I’m reading Born a Crime by Trevor Noah. So far, it’s extremely good! Huge fan.
I’m watching The Morning Show (Season 2) in Apple TV+ and Peaky Blinders (Season 4) in Netflix.
Let’s talk tomorrow, shall we!?
Two weeks ago I made my first Twitter Space with my dearest friend Scott Hickman where we talked for an hour about The FaceBook files and how social media could be harmful for mental health on people.
And tomorrow we’re going to talk about an all new concept called Food Design which is changing the all food experience in Europe. If you’re curious about food, cuisine, design and sustainable habits this is your chance to contribute and ask all your question about it!