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15 June 2018

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at soccer fields, Che Guevara, abstract images and Macintosh hardware.

  • Alan Taylor presents 31 photos of Soccer Fields Around the World. Reminds us of the skins team as kids at the park marking the corners of our own makeshift football field with their shirts. The game is everything.
  • Getty Images posts a few images of Che Guevara. "Here, photos of the familiar Che (the Marxist, general and economic adviser), plus the Che you might not know (as a husband, father and clean-cut physician)."
  • Ming Thein collects a few unrelated images into Indirectly Mondrian. Mondrian not so much (which is why he calls it "indirect") but alluring all the same.
  • Quentin Carnicelli reflects On the Sad State of Macintosh Hardware. Hardware updates have languished despite some significant needs. "For our own internal needs, we've wound up purchasing used hardware for testing, rather than opting to compromise heavily on a new machine," he writes.

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