Kathleen Wynne's narrow re-election
Patrick Brown falls into the war-of-the-sexes
, in the Ontario Election. It's all
gross, and un-watchable
Valerie Laplante begins construction on the pink line in Montreal. Everyone is like, damn.
Weed-day is a huge success in Canada
, in late-August. Legalization
feels like an apple-event
, with adorable coverage from all over the world.
People eat it up, Americans want Canadian pot. Theresa May promises the left a study in Britain and is already behind
Joe Cressy and Jennifer Keesmaat split-the-left in Toronto, where Doug Ford
wins an election handedly
, but Ford winds-up a strategic, and
in the eleventh hour, but gets chastised for it, from all directions; realizes nobody wanted it.
begin against Amazon
. The left, the valley, and the media, all point out hypocrisy, and side with Amazon.
The court battle stretches well-into 2019. The stock recovers as the story gets dull.
President Trump has
with reporter - the media goes crazy, democrats flip-out. Nothing happens.
Being angry though, shows weakness for republicans.
no Model 3 by October
- Tesla in a squeeze, twitter resentment, and no federal-support. Deathwatch-types are loud.
Talk of an Apple offer, but shipments start in the winter.
, which is expensive, starts to get good press.
the New York Times overthrows USA Today as America's top source, starts
video subscription service
The Spielberg, and the Neil Armstrong movie are
watchable and predictable
# What ships
Firefox Quantum beats benchmarks
Oculus Go - FB's gains +25% over-year
Mike Bostock's clever engine
# What doesn't
# Millennials are…
moving to the countryside in groups.
paying good money for youtube.
# Everyone loves
The 'Crazy Rich Asians' movie
starlet Alessia Cara
High Maintenance - season 2