I highly recommend them. Here’s where we spent the 4th of July weekend…
Not sure why, but I find this fascinating. Real time map of bike share activity around the world.
Google’s AlphaGo software just beat the world #1 Go player. And it’s getting better:
“Last year, it was still quite humanlike when it played,” Mr. Ke said after the game. “But this year, it became like a god of Go.”
They retired Derek Jeter’s #2 tonight at Yankee Stadium and all the greats were there. Everything has already been said about Jeter. He had an amazing knack for the dramatic.
A classic because it was Yankees vs. Red Sox and it was the 12th inning tied at 1-1 and there was a runner at second who scores if he doesn’t make this catch:
This would be a World Series the Yankees eventually lose, but in the first World Series pushed into November, literally the first pitch after midnight, he hits a walk-off home run.
Of course it was a home run.
Final at bat of his career:
A game winning hit.
And of course, the flip:
When two bedroom apartments are enthusiastically reviewed as “under a million” it’s clear Brooklyn real estate prices are crazy. The place looks very nice, if too modern for my tastes. It’s a good neighborhood in Brooklyn. But it’s 939 square feet. That’s $985 per square foot. Crazy.