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This is basically how I felt watching Jobs with Ashton Kutcher.
It’s quite embarrassing as the movie lacks tension and, most importantly, there’s no angle. It tries to talk about everything in Jobs’ life without focusing on anything.
+ some actors (including Kutcher) overact!
I saw better direct-to-video in my life… Needless to say I don’t recommend it.

This is basically how I felt watching Jobs with Ashton Kutcher.

It’s quite embarrassing as the movie lacks tension and, most importantly, there’s no angle. It tries to talk about everything in Jobs’ life without focusing on anything.

+ some actors (including Kutcher) overact!

I saw better direct-to-video in my life… Needless to say I don’t recommend it.

The Daily Telex

http://flip.it/q3CyZ

Flipboard recently released its magazine feature on the web. Now that everyone can use it without a smartphone or a tablet, why not using it to share what I find worth sharing everyday on the topics I’m interested in?

So I decided to create The Daily Telex, in which I’ll add all the articles I find interesting everyday regarding technology, design, media and science.

I hope you’ll find the articles shared in The Daily Telex as interesting as I do.

The Daily Telex is on Flipboard

That’s it! I finally ordered my Pebble watch. After much thought to be honest. 
My friends know how much I like watches, especially when they’re small and mechanical. So having a “smart” watch wasn’t necessarily self-evident to me. But with the Pebble, it seems that we finally get a watch which is relatively small, that displays time all the time (i.e. you don’t need to push a button to read it), and it looks good and simple.
I’ll do a review here as soon as it’s on my wrist.

(Picture from The Verge’s Pebble smart watch review)
  • Camera: Nikon D7000
  • Apeture: f/5.6
  • Exposure: 1/200th
  • Focal: 40mm

That’s it! I finally ordered my Pebble watch. After much thought to be honest. 

My friends know how much I like watches, especially when they’re small and mechanical. So having a “smart” watch wasn’t necessarily self-evident to me. But with the Pebble, it seems that we finally get a watch which is relatively small, that displays time all the time (i.e. you don’t need to push a button to read it), and it looks good and simple.

I’ll do a review here as soon as it’s on my wrist.

(Picture from The Verge’s Pebble smart watch review)

Cassette is a feature-length documentary about the history and continued use of the audiotape. Coming Early 2014.

I’m amazed by the fact that it’s not totally dead yet. As for the vinyl, or old video games, there is a continuous trend for using old technologies. Fashion ? Nostalgia ? Whatever it is, we are regularly back to the future…