Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.

17 January

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events 4x05–06 — 7/10

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events 4x01–04 — ZZZ

Catastrophe 4x02 — 7/10

16 January

Marguerite (2015) — ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Corporate 2x01 — 6/10

13 January

Beat 1x03 — 5/10

12 January

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 4x09 — 7/10

You’re the Worst 5x01 — ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Catastrophe 4x01 — 7/10

11 January

The Good Place 3x11 — 8/10

9 January

Doreen — Théâtre de la Bastille — 7/10

8 January

Beat 1x02 — 5/10

7 January

@alexhern:

The lesson Facebook is taking from this can’t be healthy. “People already believe you are several times worse than you actually are, yet they carry on using your products anyway, so frankly, you may as well go hog wild on privacy abuses, because it clearly won’t scare them away”

@alexhern:

The most depressing thing about the widespread belief that Facebook and Instagram spy on users with their mic for advertising is that no-one I know who believes it has actually responded by deleting those apps from their phones

6 January

I’ve been busy, so tonight is my first real stay in Forza Horizon’s winterland and, like in summer, the roads are way too grippy [for the way they look]. If even the driving model becomes boring I guess I should consider myself done with the franchise?

Counterpart 2x05 — 9/10

@iamdevloper:

when you visit a site you handed over 6 months ago and the client made some changes themselves

Cendres et sang (2009) — 6/10

Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967) — DNF

@mgsiegler:

I mean what on earth is going on over at Apple? Not the bend thing, but creating such a page to explain the bend thing.

It’s like if Tim Cook went out of his way for no reason to say Apple’s earnings are off because of so many people replacing their batteries… [twitter.com]

5 January

Counterpart 2x04 — 7/10

Counterpart 2x03 — 7/10

As much as I like J.K. Simmons, boy does the show become more enjoyable when it centers around Olivia Williams instead.

4 January

@daringfireball:

Regarding Apple’s Gross Margins: [daringfireball.net]

J’ai trouvé le moyen de bouffer du raisin à m’en rendre malade un quatre janvier.

Je suis globalement assez content de retourner en cours lundi, mais beaucoup moins de passer à nouveau six semaines à n’avoir que l’école, l’école, l’école. Il faut vraiment que je me trouve une vie en-dehors. Mais je n’ai jamais été très doué en trouvage de vie.

Doctor Who 12x00 — 4/10

It’s a shame that the first woman Doctor had to be associated with a return to the kind of story plotting that made the show’s heyday in the 1960s, but doesn’t work so well in today’s television.

This must be the fourth time I have to emergency-delete my Tinder account because I accidentally super-liked someone it would be embarrassing for me to super-like 🙄

3 January

@Freerunnering:

If you double an object every year, you get bigger than the earth sooner than you’d think.

If you keep trying to “grow” your profits every year. Eventually your target is to have more money than exists on earth.

@Freerunnering:

I don’t worry another tech company will beat Apple. I worry Apple chasing endless growth will implode the company’s ability to make sensible decisions.

You can’t grow endlessly, and Apple is already making more money than some countries!

@DJSnM:

Clever girl. Machine learning system being trained to convert images back and forth figured out how to cheat with steganography. [techcrunch.com]

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