Web Finds – April 3, 2023
Welcome to Web Finds, where I curate a collection of the most interesting and useful web links that I've come across.
We start off with Brandon Writes' piece on the ups and downs of blogs. Next up, we have a list of 10 things you can do with ChatGPT – impressive. The Verge gives us the scoop on the mess at Medium, while Daring Fireball talks about Wavelength. Baty.net shares their read-later service made of paper, and Pixel Envy makes another confession. Moving on to the canine world, The Atlantic asks, were we always supposed to brush our dogs' teeth? Things get heated when Twitter strikes the New York Times' verified badge on Elon Musk's orders – as reported by The Washington Post. Meanwhile, Google Drive's surprise rollout of file limits is locking out some users – according to Ars Technica. Lastly, we learn that GM is ditching CarPlay in all future EVs and teaming up with Google instead, thanks to 9to5Mac.
- What I Like and Don’t Like About Blogs – Brandon Writes
- 10 Things You Can Do With ChatGPT
- The mess at Medium – The Verge
- Daring Fireball: Wavelength
- My read-later service is made of paper – Baty.net
- I’ve Got Another Confession to Make — Pixel Envy
- Were We Always Supposed to Brush Our Dogs’ Teeth? – The Atlantic
- Twitter strikes New York Times’ verified badge on Elon Musk’s orders – The Washington Post
- Google Drive does a surprise rollout of file limits, locking out some users | Ars Technica
- GM is ditching CarPlay in all future EVs and teaming up with Google instead – 9to5Mac