Things I'll be reading this afternoon Wednesday, 26 April 2017 10:34:19 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, Entertainment, General, Politics, Travel, Work (0) Some articles: Jeet Heer writes about President Trump's catastrophic first 100 days. Josh Marshall says that Trump's "religion of 'winning'" is the problem. Crain's Joe Cahill thinks that the best thing to come out of the United Airlines passenger-removal fiasco is that Oscar Munoz won't become chairman. John Oliver on Sunday warned the world about the deficiencies and scary realities of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. Harvard professor David Searls, in a post from September 2015, calls ad blocking "the biggest boycott in human history." Microsoft has announced Azure Media Player v2.0. If you don't know or don't care what this is, don't worry about it. Similarly, you might not care about Lift & Shift vs. App Services in Microsoft Azure, but it's a useful bit of knowledge if you do. Starbucks is building a five-story roastery in the space currently occupied by Crate & Barrel's flagship store on Michigan Avenue. Sarah Zhang, writing in The Atlantic, reviews Peter Ungar's book on the evolution of teeth. Mother Jones' Josh Harkinson explains why American milk tastes weird to everyone else in the world. Deeply Trivial continues her A-to-Z explanation of statistics with "V is for Venn Diagram," which includes jokes that some people will find funny and some will not. And now, Parker needs a walk.