Web Finds – April 13, 2023

Alright, folks, let's talk about the news. First up, we've got people complaining about weather apps. Can you blame them? It's like trying to predict the stock market, but for precipitation. And while we're on the topic of writing, have you ever tried writing about writing? Speaking of overwhelming, it seems like Mac users are feeling pretty overwhelmed with their bugs, bad base models, and expensive upgrades. That's the triple threat of tech troubles, folks.

But let's talk about Twitter, because they're making moves. They've partnered up with eToro to bring stock and crypto trading to the masses. That's right, Twitter isn't just a social media platform anymore, they're getting into the finance game. And speaking of sensitive information, Tesla workers were caught sharing private images from customer cars. That's not exactly what we mean by “auto-sharing”! Meanwhile, states are facing unprecedented water cuts under the Biden administration's Colorado River crisis plan. It's a harsh reality that reminds us to appreciate our resources.

But enough of the depressing news, let's talk about Max. No, not the dog from The Grinch, but the new streaming service from HBO Max. It's not TV, it's not HBO, it's Max. And if you're looking to save some cash, the Apple Card Savings Account is launching on April 17th. And finally, Google is making moves to improve our browsing experience by making Chrome faster on both Mac and Android. It's like they're trying to give us a caffeine boost for our internet surfing.

So there you have it, folks.

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