I’ve not quite warmed to the idea of watching movies on my smartphone, mainly because I think the screen is too small. That I still own one with a four-inch screen, and intend to for sometime, doesn’t really help, but I think you’d need at least an average tablet size screen to really enjoy watching a film or TV show, on a smaller device.
However, if watching movies on a smartphone is your thing, you might get a kick out of the Cardboard Personal Home Cinema, essentially a cardboard box that sits on the floor, that you then crawl under, after placing your phone over a viewing slot on the top of the box. Actually, this is something kids might have fun with.
I don’t feature too much R&B music here, but couldn’t go passed River, a track by US gospel and soul singer Leon Bridges, that is lifted from his debut album, Coming Home, which collected a Grammy nomination last year… not a bad way to start one’s career in music.
Because there’s a Paige in everyone’s life, one way or another.
Are life’s unanswered questions… answered at the moment of our demise? I doubt it – search your feelings, you will know it to be true, advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer, etc – but it’s a romantic notion nonetheless, and one explored by Los Angeles based film director Michael Goode.
About the only time I see source code is on a screen, and if I’m lucky, it’s not too more than a thousand lines in length. Very rare is the occasion I see source code in printed format, if at all, and in this case, I suspect there’s somewhat more than one thousand lines of code.
In case in things look a little weird on site at the moment, I’m in the process of setting up secure hosting. The powers that be would like websites they list in their search results to be in that category, so I thought, why not? There’s a wee bit of tinkering behind the scenes, it seems, to do before all will look like it did before.
Hopefully it’ll be sorted out shortly. If you’re having any hassles on site though, drop me a line. A big thanks to Dreamhost for laying on secure hosting here.
Coffee grounds are usually considered a waste product of the coffee brewing process, but not all the time. By adding various resins and pigments to coffee grounds, Paris based designer Alexandros Kotoulas has transformed the grounds into works of art. Be careful though, some of these works look quite edible, so look, but do not touch.