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  1. Apple Responds to Your Comments!

    Some insight with Craig Federighi about the iOS 14 and the more controversial 2020 announcements! Full WVFRM episode: Thanks for ExpressVPN for sponsoring:

    WWDC 2020 Impressions: iOS 14 Hands-On:

    Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 1:32 Default Apps 5:08 Siri 8:34 MacOS Big Sur Design/Icons 14:30 iPad Weather and Calculator 16:06 Apple Watch on iPad 17:38 Sponsor

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  2. The Dalrymple Report: WWDC Special with John Gruber

    John and I get together every year for a special podcast during WWDC to talk about the announcements. Despite the distance between us, this year was no…

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  3. Is the Criminal Justice System Racist? A Soho Forum Debate

    The Washington Post’s Radley Balko vs. the Manhattan Institute’s Rafael Mangual on whether "there is overwhelming evidence that the criminal justice system is racist." —— Subscribe to our YouTube channel:… Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: ——- "There is overwhelming evidence that the criminal justice system is racist."

    That was the resolution of an online Soho Forum debate held on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. It featured The Washington Post’s Radley Balko and the Manhattan Institute’s Rafael Mangual. The debate was moderated by Soho Forum Director Gene Epstein.

    Arguing that America’s criminal justice system is, in fact, racist was Radley Balko, an opinion writer for The Washington Post. A former editor at Reason, Balko is also the author of Rise of the Warrior Cop and co-author of The Cadaver King and the Country Dentist.

    Defending America’s criminal justice against the charge of racism was Rafael Mangual, the deputy director of legal policy at the Manhattan Insitute, who is also a contributing editor for City Journal. Mangual’s writing has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, the New York Post, the Boston Herald, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.

    The Soho Forum, sponso…

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