Apple Intentions to Replace iPhones with AR

Kuo: Apple AR Headset Coming in Late 2022 With Mac-Level Computing Power – MacRumors:

Apple is intending it to support a “comprehensive range of applications” with an eye toward replacing the iPhone within ten years.

So much is going to change in our society in the next 10-15 years… electric vehicles as predominant mode of transportation, concepts like plant-based “meat” being brewed at local establishments like beer micro-brewing, the real introduction of augmented reality, and the paradigm of the slabs of glass we love being replaced by other mediums.

It’s going to be a fascinating decade ahead.

Physics: Vectors, Scalars, and Acceleration, Oh My!

Recapping the last week and looking ahead to this week and our first test on Wednesday

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Earth Science: Lat Long Topo and Such

Recapping last week’s notes and some information regarding the upcoming test this Wednesday!

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Physical Science: Periodic Table Intro and This Week’s Test!

Brief recap of last week and what we have ahead of us in the coming week!

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Physics: Motion and Forces Intro

August – Early September 2021


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Earth Science: Intro to Earth Systems 1

August – September 2021


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TSA Physical Science Intro to Matter and the Periodic Table

August 2021 – Early September 2021

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Twitter Could Just Bring Back Track

I’m not saying Track was the best thing that Twitter ever released, but it was probably the best thing Twitter ever encouraged early on with its open API (before the Dark Times when Twitter decided to pivot to an advertising company).

Say goodbye to Fleets, the row of fullscreen tweets at the top of the Twitter timeline that expire after 24 hours. The ephemeral tweet format is shutting down due to low usage after launching widely just eight months ago.

Source: Twitter is shutting down Fleets, its expiring tweets feature – The Verge

Facebook Advertisers Panicking over Apple Tracking Options

Retargeting was fun while it lasted, right? … interesting time for online marketing.

Facebook advertisers, in particular, have noticed an impact in the last month. Media buyers who run Facebook ad campaigns on behalf of clients said Facebook is no longer able to reliably see how many sales its clients are making, so it’s harder to figure out which Facebook ads are working. Losing this data also impacts Facebook’s ability to show a business’s products to potential new customers. It also makes it more difficult to “re-target” people with ads that show users items they have looked at online, but may not have purchased.

Source: Facebook (FB) Advertisers Impacted By Apple (AAPL) Privacy iOS 14 Changes – Bloomberg