Personal notebook of past concerts. Photos by yours truly – it get harder and harder to sneak a camera with metal detectors and crazy organizer policies. 2018 February 1st, 2018 Queens of the Stone Age @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium May 31st, 2018 Eels @ The Fillmore, San Francisco CA June 6th, 2018 Calexico @ … [Read more…]
We are re-structuring quite significantly the office room so I am going laptop.
I have been a faithful Adobe Lightroom (now Classic CC) customer since the early days of the software. It was a leap forward into the workflow optimization back then! I have to admit, Lightroom team has done a really awesome job at adding tons of stuff, and keep the UI slick. I also appreciated they … [Read more…]
The blog is very quiet and while I posted a couple of article on Medium, I was behind at properly take care of the hosting behind this blog. One bad thing of doing some internet related work everyday, you don’t feel like doing it in the evening or during the week-end. But unless you sign-up … [Read more…]
I’ve been targeted by scammers and was quite surprised how smart they can be. Everything started from tweet I posted a few weeks ago: @comcastcares Any problem on Bay Area (Berkeley, CA), can ping 188.8.131.52 but not https://t.co/FMjZA2di6C — bitonio (@bitonio) April 28, 2017 At that time I was troubleshooting some connectivity issue at home, some part … [Read more…]
If you are, just like me, hungry about all sort of statistics and Digital Native, Twitter user @asymco gathered bunch of data about computer/OSes since 1977. This put daily life working with computers in perspective. Personal computing, the first 40 years. pic.twitter.com/ObRpcmLVEi — Horace Dediu (@asymco) February 15, 2017
One of the nice feature from Spotify is the weekly discovery playlist. Every week Spotify computes a new customized playlist for you, based on your own playlists and favorites. My experience so far is really mixed up, lot of tracks I really don’t like but a few gems that make the listening of weekly worthwhile, … [Read more…]
I’ve been a regular user of Audirvana on Mac but I recently added a PC running Windows on my set of regular machines. Surprisingly not a lot of options out there, only a few. JRiver Media Center has been choosen by Pono Music to be the software that comes with their Pono Player. It has … [Read more…]
I wanted to say hi to everyone, and happy new year. The blog has been extremely quiet for the past year and I would like to revive it by doing something slightly different. Keeping a blog flowing requires a bit of dedication and it is so much easier to post a short message on Twitter … [Read more…]
Some valuable audio tools I use regularly. Hardware and software. Software are all for Mac OS X platform, some of them also works on Windows and sometimes GNU/Linux.
Sigur Rós members just released a new album, Circe. Let’s take few minutes to realize the pain in the neck it is to live fully in a digital world.
I decided to write this post since it is now 18 months we are living in the San Francisco Bay. Many people will try to compare, for most of restaurant/food market it is worthless, just try and enjoy. Here are some recommendations. I’ll update the post update regularly.
Hobby huh? Not so sure. What kind of hobby business makes you settle a deal with one of the most popular content provider out there?