That the failing of a bank I had never heard of could lead to the collapse of such an institution this quickly, I didn’t think was possible:
The […] move represents the unwinding of a 166-year-old institution created to finance Switzerland’s rail network that ascended to the top echelons of finance, at times standing toe-to-toe with American titans like JPMorgan Chase.
We lost a true icon, today. One of the most famous fellow Swiss citizens. Rest in peace, Tina.
What were the odds that the Sauber logo would ever appear in an Apple keynote?! 🤯
The latest Microsoft Teams feature is one I love: The app silently quits every time I connect an external display.
There’s a nice shot of the University of Zurich in Oppenheimer. But it should probably be of its neighbor, the ETH, instead.
Matthew Perry’s humor has always been the one I wished I had more of. May he rest in peace.