This NTT DoCoMo video shows what life will be like in 2010 thanks to mobility. It’s not 100% sure you will like it
Monthly Archives: July 2002
I have to say that I am very happy with my emusic subscription. I would never have gotten some of the music I have now otherwise.
Bill Laswell – Hashisheen: The End of Law
A very psychedelic experience with authors reading from their books. Simply amazing.
Generally, Bill Laswell is amazing
Ventures – Surfing
A compilation of lots of surf like songs, instrumental and great to listen to on the sidelines
Groove Collection – It’s all in your mind
Great groove, simple as that.
Peter Rybar, violin, and Marcelle Rybar, piano – The Rybar Due Play …
Classical stuff and them playing Bohuslaw Martinu: Sonate Nr. 3 is very enjoyable.
Bass Factor – Bass Factor
Hard to explain, love it. Drum n bass, technoisch
Various Artists – Bomb Hip Hop – Revenge of the B-Boy
Very cool. “Some people compose songs … Dr. Rubberfunk de-compose. Now here to write some very nice songs, like this next one.”
Jeep Jazz Project – Digital Flavor on the Sonic Frontier
Jazz Funk Fusion, or something. Feel da groove
Universal Being – Elephant Fusion
Now this is weird. Period. But good.
Various Artists – Fearless Records – Punk goes Pop
Punk bands playing pop songs. “Get this party Started!!!”
Bass Mekanik – Download
One of their picks and I love it. Unclassifiable reads my iTunes Genre
Great stuff all in all.
I have just seen “8 Femmes” and I am very sorry to say that it is one of the worst movies I have seen in ages.
Sure. It’s special. There are probably lots of great cinematography elements. It’s out of the ordinary and I might have perceived it better if I were able to see it in french instead of the horrible german version.
Imagine this. There are 8 women, somebody is murdered and they could all have done it. Through all of this, I couldn’t care less who was it. I did not feel any suspense, seriously. I am wondering myself why, but that’s just how it is. And they sing.
Ok, in the end, there was lots to talk about and I had several good laughs. It was well played by everybody, very well even. But I seriously thought about taking out my palm to read some stuff sometimes. The plot just doesn’t hold up when you think about it from time to time.
Some people will love it. Others will hate it. People walked out of the cinema before the end of the film and the entire cinema seems to have been laughing at how stupid the film was getting. Sometimes you thought you were watching a parody.
Sorry, needed to vent.
Well, The Register seems to have gotten info on the number of Nokia 7650s that are coming out of the factories each month now that they reached full production. Just as a relation, Palm managed to sell 300.000 palms per month last quarter.
There are now 750000 Nokia 7650s coming out of the factories!!! And they didn’t even launch the US version yet!
So much for volume. If this continues then Symbian will simply blow the roof of any other PDA sales.
(Originally published on infoSync) I’m actually very happy with my trusted old Handspring Visor Platinum, but some days ago, I received a HP Jornada 565 from infoSync HQ so I could play around with Pocket PC 2002 and familiarize myself a bit more with the platfrom. My switch from a Palm OS to a Pocket PC device prompted me to write this column, in which I thought I’d let you in on what I found to be the most troublesome differences.
Nice. I just received the Siemens M50 and Siemens S45i for testing. They both look very nice, even though I have to admit that I had some problems with the clip-it exchangable covers of the M50. Both have J2ME and I am looking forward to trying some stuff for that.