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.
J’ai passé une soirée pas trop mauvaise à Rennes, alors évidemment il fallait que j’aie des problèmes de voiture au retour.
Veep 1.02 was better — more real — and qvq rkcybfvir qvneeurn orggre guna Oevqrfznvqf, but it’s still hardly a must-see.
It’s worth it for those times a user contacts me just to congratulate me on how good the site is.
Or is it worth it?
Yeah, it is.
Or is it?
For the sake of all things nostalgic, go get them.
Breaking the App Store’s record for anti-competitive bullshit.
I thought The Verge was supposed to do journalism better, not post fifteen articles in an hour on the same subject.
Reading about The Elder Scrolls Online (meh), having lots of ideas for an awesome MMO, but it’d be depressingly futile to write them down.
Huh, the Gaydar app for iPhone opens a third-party payment page in Safari when you want to upgrade. Tsk, tsk.
I’m finally productive on my app yesterday, and not only does an old client come out of the woodwork with urgent requests, but the Facebook API breaks and I can’t test sharing.
I’m beginning to suspect that Prometheus isn’t really a movie, but just an ongoing web series of sci-fi vignettes.
Je n’ai absolument rien suivi de la campagne mais pour le coup je vais peut-être vouloir descendre au salon voir le discours du perdant.
I find the new style of Facebook’s “Friends” box in timeline profiles disturbingly un-Facebooky, even if it’s pretty.
La taille de l’Afrique, par Kai Krause – http://t.co/9maEpc15
Agreed that Apple has an endemic problem with security.
Si je devais! Choisir un président! Uniquement en fonction de leurs discours de ce soir! Je choisirais! Pas trop trop! Celui-là!
Ca doit être la première fois que j’écoute des journalistes français parler politique depuis, bah, cinq ans, et j’ai juste envie de mourir.
Don’t refer to Once Upon a Time’s IMDb page while watching, because with the whole double-identities thing, it’s spoilery.
I ran the full Creative Cloud numbers a while back; seem to recall that subs remained cheaper than Master until year 7.
Got fed up with need to “unlock” documents in Lion. Found option to disable it, stupidly located in SP>Time Machine>Options.
Wow, the Google+ app for iPhone went from one extreme to the other: it’s pretty, but a huge waste of screen space. And still no iPad version, despite the Flipboardish layout?
Fuck House Greyjoy. (Sorry, I did try to make that tweet more interesting and elaborate, but it just really boils down to this.)
Wow, it’s fun to see Alexis Bledel all grown up and everything, but casting her as Howard’s ignored wife is beyond ridiculous. #madmen
J’ai assez sur mon compte pour acheter un iPad 3 et mon vieil iPad rame et lagge et plante (par manque de RAM). Must. Resist.
J’avais oublié comme c’est sucré, un Twix. Faut croire que je me suis mis à manger plus équilibré ces temps-ci.
Fringe’s finale was mostly fun (with the eyes, and the operation), but almost all aspects of that story were dumb. Or hopefully it just looks that way because they were rushed by possible cancellation.
The Fall — You can tell it’s the movie he’s always wanted to make since The Cell. And you can ask why, and what, and why again.
On the other hand, Lee Pace is unexpectedly hot, both as an unkempt patient and as a mascaraed bandit.
The Fall does pose the question of why Hollywood has forgotten how to make a movie this gorgeous. Monumental settings trump blurry action, any time. Well, not so much here, but any other time.
The Once Upon a Time finale went in a very different way than I expected. Still not the show it could’ve been, but at least stuff happened.
The most amazing thing about Girls is that Dunham manages to sell those scenes. Her two setpieces this week could have gone wrong so easily.
Insecticide doesn’t keep them away. Leaving the lights on doesn’t keep them away. They’re leaving me no choice but to slit my wrists.
The language bug in Facebook’s SDK is still not fixed, ten days later. Wanna bet that my two iPhone apps will be rejected because of it?
I know it’s just a soap opera, but I’m still somewhat horrified that Gossip Girl ends up playing as a foil the one and only relationship of theirs that ever had any chemistry on screen.
Ce mois de mai avec plein de ponts vous est offert par Jésus et Hitler. Jésus et Hitler, partenaires de vos loisirs.
Ah merde, c’est vrai que c’est trois jours fériés, mai. Mais vous êtes tous des putain de grosses flemmasses, c’est pas possible.
Can’t wait for Sorkin’s movie to explain how everything Steve Jobs did was to impress his estranged daughter, or some comparable tripe.
I’m glad I watched The Prestige a second time, because it’s damn clever in its glorious absurdity, but it’s also a bit slow and boring and overly serious.
Submarine — Well written, cast, and acted, but slaughtered by the obnoxious directorial affectations. Who’da thunk Ayoade was a hipster.
Mike Capps’ Twitter account is @epicactual. Love it. Too bad I don’t actually like my own company’s name.
Je ne sais pas si c’est le beau temps, ou juste mes dents qui ne se souviennent plus de la douleur après un mois, mais j’ai des putain d’envies de Coca en ce moment.
The Artist — Au-delà du gimmick, le vide, l’ennui, et la tête de Dujardin, tout le temps, partout. Béjo sauve tous les plans où elle apparaît, mais ils sont trop peu nombreux.
And I don’t even like zombie games. Watch the whole series (via the PC Gamer podcast).
Nothing makes you less qualified to run Community than being willing to take it over this way. Imagine any of the characters doing that?
Le montage de plans fixes touristiques en ouverture de Midnight in Paris, ou le degré zéro de la cinématographie.
Midnight in Paris — Wow, this could be the most vomit-inducing, intellectually insulting, unabashed Mary Sue of all time. “Look at how much Hemingway and Gertrude Stein would have loved me and my writing if they’d only known me!”
“The circuit to do this is surprisingly complex and innovative.”
Wow. I don’t think you could do that with an iPhone — and I’m not trying.
John Carter — I appreciate the earnestness, and the eye candy, but that story needed to stay in 1912 where it belongs, seminal or not.
Awesome episode of Girls this week, that hits particularly close to home for obvious reasons, and I don’t mean the sex, I’m not a talker.
Well, I’ll never know what’s new in Coda 2 because it’s all in a video with no playback controls that stutters on my slow connection.
This is how the apocalypse begins.
A growing number of my contacts actually go to the gym now: sign of the times, or sign of our aging? (That’s a rhetorical question.)
Wouldn’t the key to enforced-stealth missions be smart checkpointing that takes you back to the moment before you were detected?
It would “just” need to be smart enough not to drop you back in a situation where you’re about to be detected no matter what you do.
Oh, better yet: unlimited rewind, à la Braid. Now that’s exactly what a Hitman game needs. As soon as the next generation of consoles has enough RAM for that.
Gotten somewhat used to tolerating it, but can’t see any reason _not to disable it.
Ca sert à quelque chose, de rajouter des trucs dans l’eau des oeufs durs pour les parfumer, ou ça change rien ?
Nope, it did not occur to me until right now that I might want to have some usage statistics on Tarot Royale’s new sharing functionality.
Facebook releasing Facebook Camera for iOS weeks after buying Instagram: that’s some Microsoftian shit right there. “What’s a ‘strategy’?”
Might just be the motivation I needed to finally pick it up again.
After making the same mistake over and over again, there’s got to be a time when you finally learn from it and stop. Someday I’ll get there.
They did a great job on that front grille (but a weird back end).
And it’s such a cute little beast, too.
I’ll always and forever love the E28.
“Ask to keep changes when closing documents” should make autosave even less intuitive. Yay.
Clearly they realize we hate autosave in OS X, but they’re trying to please us without taking it out, and it may very easily make it worse.
I’m told that “Ask to keep changes” may in fact do the right thing: essentially switching autosave to temp files. If so, yay! (via @Hixair)
In Time — God DAMN that’s stupid. Well done, and stuffed with eye candy, but so fucking stupid at every turn. What the hell, Andrew Niccol?
Merde, je comptais faire ma déclaration d’impôts aujourd’hui, dernier jour férié avant le 31, et c’est un jour ouvré ? Que faire ?!
Water is off in the house, so of course every single thing I can think of doing today suddenly involves running water.
Acheter VueScan parce que les drivers de mon antique scanner ne marchent plus sous Lion, ou acheter un nouveau scanner ?
Vu que le scanner de ma mère fait en deux secondes ce que le mien fait en trois minutes dans VueScan, ça sera : nouveau scanner, un jour.
Regardless of production/distribution costs, digital media should be cheaper for the simple fact that you can’t resell when done.
With the temperature in my room, I don’t know if I’m more afraid of running SuperDuper or not having an up-to-date backup.
Damnit, pinterest, there’s no reason for the bookmarklet to fail when presented with a direct link to an image.
Argh. My Mac mini doesn’t just look like a hot plate, it also feels like one to the touch. None of my gear is gonna survive the summer.
Heh. Heh. Je m’étais naïvement dit que je pourrais glisser-déposer les colonnes dans LibreOffice pour les réorganiser.
I wish I’d noticed that tap water was suspiciously cloudy before I made boiled eggs. Oh well, what’s the worst that can happen?
Fuck that, I’m too old to rewire my brain, I’ll never learn Japanese.
What a season — every Monday I get to watch three episodes of TV that all make me think “best show of the year!” (The third is Girls.)
Pas flippant du tout quand le Terminal se met à te dire “You have no name!” et “Go away, you don’t exist!” — oh, c’est rien, faut rebooter.
Better than I expected. (But of course it must depend on what kind of audience you have.)