Bienvenue ! Vous vous rappelez les blogs ? A une époque, ce site en était un. Maintenant, c’est surtout une archive de mes multiples comptes Twitter.
I don’t remember another game ever conveying so well the excitement and immensity of space exploration. (Which is ironic considering the size of this particular star system.) Or simply made me so nervous at the thought of first taking off.
I had never heard of this kind of games: a story narrated on cassette tapes, which you paused when the hero had a problem. You discussed solutions, decided on one, then resumed the audio story, which considered the problem solved- without acknowledging how, of course. #NarraScope
Je ne sais pas qui au Gibus a décidé de passer de 102 à 109dB en pointe, mais c’est d’autant plus désagréable que la sono n’est pas à la hauteur et ça fait de la bouillie. Alors que la musique était particulièrement excellente à la base.
La semaine prochaine c’est la Gaypride alors c’est le bon moment pour ressortir ces photos de la straight pride de coupe du monde de foot de l’année dernière pour ne pas entendre de : «les homo ne savent pas se tenir», «Ouh la la c’est la décadence han»…
Of course Apple’s solution to that is just to limit what users are ever allowed to do, even after jumping through all the permission prompts (as SIP and the like show)
macOS has become the OS of permission prompts and password entry fields.
Someone really needs to point out to Apple continually asking users for the system password is a security anti-pattern.
In the end user get so used to it they just type it an whenever asked without thinking
WHO even thinks about creating something like this?!?!!????
Moralité, il faut que j’aille vivre au bord de la mer et faire des feux de joie sur la plage. (Ou j’attends que le bord de mer vienne à moi, accompagné d’incendies provoqués par la chaleur.)
Horror Tip: A horrible monster isn’t scary unless it represents a horrifying idea. The monster only works as an ambassador of a bigger conceptual terror - tip of the iceberg. Make sure there’s more beneath the surface.
This is terrible. I need to step away… from everything… for just a bit.
Cameras cachées, un couple de deux hommes anglais se font refuser la location d’une chambre d’hôtel en Espagne car ils sont homosexuels. Ils demandent à des passants de leur traduire le mail.
People seem to think Oculus wants to sell devices, or at least apps, but Facebook cares about one thing only: to lock as many eyeballs into their ecosystem as they can. Officially allowing users to stream Steam games on the Quest would do the opposite of that.
I never wanted to rely on Box because I was certain they would someday renege on the lifetime free 50GB I got when I bought a webOS tablet a century ago, but somehow they still haven’t.
Doesn’t look like I can cancel Dropbox auto-renewal without immediately losing my 2TB. My subscription is annual, and renewed in April. Still might do it, because I’m tired of their bullshit.
Every app will grow until it includes… messaging, and a full browser.
I freaking loved Dropbox. A magical, unobtrusive folder that synced and was easily shared.
But Steve Jobs was right, that’s a feature not a product, so they had to bloat it if they wanted to stay independent. [twitter.com]
Don’t call nazis nazis on this site. Or you’ll be banned. For saying nazis.
The nazis, of course, can stay. Because they’re not saying nazis.
This is a good system.
I have less than zero interest in John Wick, so I won’t play that particular game, but I look forward to playing games inspired by it 😬
I’ve always been put off by the artificiality of turn-by-turn combat, but the Superhot conceit might just redeem tactics games for me.
i don’t kill my darlings. i cut and paste my darlings into a separate document, assuring each of them i’ll find them a more suitable home, and then let them die of natural causes.
Pour une fois que les trottoirs et les passerelles ne sont miraculeusement pas blindées de touristes, on ne peut même pas en profiter, il pleut 🙄
I’d actually never noticed how similar “Vive” is to “Valve” until Valve started competing with Vive and I had to tell them apart when scanning my news feeds.
I’m going to spoil it for you because it’s so damn important.
Microsoft did a scientific study - based on MS Vista code and found that the best predictor of bugs was:
More people = worse code
More departments = worse code
Higher turnover = worse code
God: you’re a parrot.
God: you can repeat everything you hear.
Parrot: humans are the worst.
God: uh what?
Parrot: i’ll prolly kill them in a flood soon.
God: what’s it gonna take to keep this quiet?
Parrot: I wanna live in a tropical paradise.
Ubisoft 2014: Women are too hard to animate
Ubisoft 2019: We fully motion captured a grandma kicking ass
I have one space with a multi-column Tweetbot window, and one space with a detached Tweetbot column side-by-side with Firefox (I’m using full/split-screen more and more). I keep Cmd-W-ing the Tweetbot column and having to repeat the whole setup because I meant to close a tab.
TIL que l’arabica contient deux fois moins de caféine que le robusta. Et je m’étonnais que mon petit-déjeuner ne me réveille pas.
With a new Ghostbusters movie in production, I hope you all don’t need me to tell you what a perfect IP that is for a Pokémon Go type of game?
Don’t ruin it.
This baby has captured my entire music aesthetic and is much better at it than me:
This made my day 😂
As far as I’m concerned the only acceptable lightsaber game would let you destroy the entire environment with accurate physics, instead of adding neon lights to sword combat. But I guess that wouldn’t sell more than (or maybe even as much as) Fallen Order or the Battlefronts.
Not that I care, really, but Respawn can’t have produced a game as boring and bland as the Fallen Order gameplay reveal looks?
I wonder if SwiftUI’s declarative nature would enable custom watch faces on watchOS without Apple having to run your app constantly or have it show stale data when presented
Je suis allé au supermarché du coin pour acheter du Coca et des flans, et comme il y avait trop de monde aux caisses je me suis retrouvé à dépenser 90 € à Monoprix 🤦🏻♂️
Stadia’s positioning seems to be a confused mess of nonsense. Every strength it has is undermined by some equally absurd restriction or caveat, and it seems to have no idea who its audience is.
Dis Twitter, c’est la saison des prides et la coupe du monde de foot va débuter, les propos homophobes et/ou sexistes vont se multiplier. Pour notre santé mentale à tout•tes, peut-être qu’on pourrait décider de ne pas tomber dans le buzz avec moult RT indignés?
Par miracle toutes mes assiettes ont survécu indemnes au retour au bus, donc je n’aurai pas besoin d’y retourner de sitôt. (Sauf si je ne trouve pas de plantes d’intérieur aussi cheap ailleurs.)
Ce n’est pas très étonnant mais les architectes d’Ikea ont eu du mal à s’adapter à la superficie du magasin de Madeleine. Beaucoup de sentiment de place perdue pour pas grand chose. Et un cauchemar d’attente aux caisses.
When I installed the new macOS beta it gave me a warning that Steam was 32-bit and wouldn’t run anymore. I re-downloaded it, now it’s 64-bit and… the interface is a lot more responsive.
Has Steam’s auto-update neglected to give me the faster 64-bit version for a whole year?
At this point iPadOS is so full of undiscoverable gestures and tricks it feels like we have long past the point where trying to avoid the complexity of a file system, window manager and system menu has led to a much more complex patchwork of ‘simple’ alternatives.
This is a gut reaction but I still don’t think multitasking on iPad is really ‘fixed’. I think the core problems remain, and the new capabilities also introduce overlay additional complexity to the same (flawed, imo) spatial model.
Apple has removed all the VR-related artwork and marketing material from their product pages. If nothing is announced tonight, or in the session schedule after the keynote, VR on the Mac is most likely dead.
Damn, it had never occurred to me that the Finder could group files by color. It’s not perfect but it almost makes up for having moved color indicators to a small, unassuming, utterly useless dot all those years ago.
If Batman was real, he’d probably be exactly like Elon Musk.
Bruce Wayne would throw an online tantrum where he calls Commissioner Gordon a pedophile because he didn’t ok his plan to rescue the mayor in an armored bat suit, and Wayne Enterprises would lose stock value overnight.
Using a mouse with the #iPadPro on #iOS13 is a truly transformative experience. The level of customisations is already incredible. This is what you can do with a 5 buttons #logitech mouse /cc @viticci @stroughtonsmith
I wonder if the ubiquity of mobile micropayments plays a part, making it possible for listeners to pay for individual episodes before deciding to subscribe.
As someone who tried to get Sign in with your Microsoft account to happen during the Windows 8 era, I’m quite familiar with how much of a hurdle it is to provide enough value to sites/apps that they adopt an identity solution.
Apple being able to mandate adoption is the killer.
We entered WWDC without Apple offering a modular desktop that meets our needs, and we’re leaving WWDC without Apple offering a modular desktop that meets our needs. They clearly don’t have enough developers in their focus group, so the Mac Pro is a major failure in that respect [twitter.com]
Hahaha absolutely fucking not! Thank you iOS 13 for your improved privacy! 💖💖💖
If it was built on top of a normal imperative UI framework you could drop down to the real power of a normal framework instead of dancing through hundreds of hoops to make it work.
I’m fearful this will regress iOS UI into more bland plain simple UIs even further than iOS7.
I’m actually incredibly disappointed that SwiftUI seems to be a new UI framework, not written on top of UIKit.
Declarative UI frameworks are great for simple straight forward UIs that fully their preconceptions. But if you want to violate those they are a massive pain!
This is a computer for movie studios to buy in bulk for employees, not for the independent professional. The independent professional is the demographic that built Apple, but also the one that has been neglected by Apple the most and it seems like that trend will continue.
This is a fascinating iOS 13 feature. So it seems like your iPhone will charge to 80%, then finish the last 20% just in time for you to wake up #WWDC19
(This is a prop for their AR showcase of the internals)
l’étape ultime de la gentrification d’un quartier c’est quand les pubs de métro sont vandalisées par des secrétaires de rédactions
This is interesting…
You could use an iPhone to capture an actor’s facial performance, and now you can do motion capture too, straight from system APIs 🙌
It was undeniably fun seeing Apple unveil the McLaren of Macs. Fun has been missing in the Mac hardware world for a long time.
Swift UI looks amazing, if you want to do something simple.
However, most declarative UI frameworks rapidly fall down if you want to do anything custom or outside it’s assumptions.
I wonder how SwiftUI will fare if you want to build “Magic Move” style screen to screen transitions [twitter.com]
I’ll probably never be able to afford a Mac Pro — and it’s ugly as sin — but it managed to make me more optimistic about the Mac than I’ve been in years. It even put me in such a good mood that I’m not griping about finally switching to Swift. Funny how halo products work.
Very excited to find out all the things designers will manage to think of that break the assumptions built into SwiftUI!
I’m going to make every effort to avoid thinking about whether an equivalent of SwiftUI could just as well have been made with Objective-C or not, and accept that it’s time to switch to Swift. (Ugh.)
You could use an iPhone to capture an actor’s facial performance, and now you can do motion capture too, straight from system APIs 🙌
These accessibility improvements are downright wild! ❤️
It’s incredibly weird to finally see Apple introduce actual pro Mac hardware again. I’m having flashbacks to feelings I haven’t had in many, many, many years.
The fact that Apple’s demonstration of new iPad typing gestures started with an “oops” points to the fundamental limitation of using gestures for everything, not to mention the inherent lack of intuitive behavior. #WWDC19
PencilKit is a huge Finally for me. Having consistent UI across apps is gonna make a huge difference to how integrated the Pencil feels.
How did we reach the point where civilization would decide to reintroduce, in 2019, hourly audible chimes in wristwatches?
L’adaptation de Good Omens par Neil Gaiman serait peut-être tolérable si Bryan Fuller n’avait pas fait un American Gods mille fois plus intéressant l’année dernière.
Once again, #Justice4Velociraptor.
the left needs to be studying katrina. as climate breakdown progresses, katrina aftermath will become the normal state of affairs. we need to be preparing for this.
also: i knew so little of this. imagine if the history of the katrina response was taught in schools?
I’m cat-sitting for (French) friends and it had never occurred to me to even try talking to their Google Home in English. It works!