Wich such an announcement and the amazing viral spread of the (still no) news coming from Apple, we can expect some companies like Spotify, Deezer and co. to have a sleepless night. Or maybe not. These guys have been expecting this since a long time back. So it might be good for the market, especially when we are talking about a disruptive business model, a new way of consuming music. So let's see what happens tomorrow. At least, it sounds like a good news for us consumers.
Just found out that you can download all the information you got on facebook (your contact, all your posts, photos etc). This is not really what all the discussions between FB and GOOG were about last week. I thought that FB were the bad guys who did not let you get full access to the information that you upload. Is this download feature new? Anyhow, i am going to try this out. If the data is complete, then i must say that FB has completely change their data policy – in the right direction.
will make me combine the blogging with the tweeting and the
facebooking. So let’s give it a try!
Taken from WEAREPHOENIX.
A long time ago Grizzly Bear asked us to remix one of their tracks, but we never found the boldness to mess with their beautiful songs.
So the other day we figured, maybe if we combine great things together (Grizzly Bear, Eno, chance), it would create something good.
I N S T R U C T I O N S
1. Press play on either player
2. After an indefinite number of seconds, press play on other player
3. You can create your own mix by adjusting the volume on either player
4. If it’s good : enjoy, if it’s bad : try again !
When i stayed in SF, I had a nice room with a view on the top floor of the Clift Hotel. Too good to be true. Unfortunately, I did not have a single chance to admire the view during daylight. So I asked Google, and it did a good job for me.
By night (ok, sunrise), and then virtually generated by Google. Booah, wait a minute, this is the backdoor to many weird thoughts, it’s frightening what Google can do. No need to move any longer. Virtual reality is getting so close to… reality? My answer is no, it will never completely.
After writing that “Stockholm doesn’t like street art“, i need to mention that Sao Paulo doesn’t either, and they really have a good reason not to. The “Pixo”, a new form of grafitti, black, ugly, iliterate, is really a scary thing for the Paulistas. Look at this video.
Thx to Damien for the info