Yves Dolce

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  • Blog Post: My blog home...

    It's now on http://concrt.spaces.live.com . concrt was available so as that's what's on my mind nowadays, I decided to pick that. This won't be just about ConcRT! :-)
  • Blog Post: Getting old...

    I very clearly remember when Michael Brecker started his concert by faking the sound of Miles Davis with an “electronic/synthesizer saxophone”, myriad of wires hanging everywhere. I was sitting at less than 2 meters in front of him, on the stage, in the Louvain la Neuve auditorium. My friend Alex thinks...
  • Blog Post: Acquiring small targets on a screen can be challenging...

    I've installed SPB Mobile Shell , Point UI and lately TouchPal on my AT&T Tilt ... I'm hungry for any mechanism to make the use of my mobile phone easier/safer... I decided to stick with SPB Mobile Shell for now. I find this video quite interesting:
  • Blog Post: Diario de letras existe thanks to Microsoft Office Live Small Business

    It's amazing what my girlfriend was able to do in so little time thanks, in part, to that simple designer UI. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/officelive I would love to see more features but I can understand why we limit the freedom of site owners... ¡Muchas gracias Office Team! http://www.diariodeletras...
  • Blog Post: Fellini's Roma (Bent Remix) on KEXP

    On my way to work this morning, I was listening to KEXP and heard that song. Went to KEXP 90.3 FM - Playlist once in the office and found all the info:   8:21 - Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra - Fellini's Roma (Bent Remix) - Cinematic: Classic Film Music Remixed - Six Degrees   I love...
  • Blog Post: Recorded books...

    This is the first I'm listening to one in my life: A man without a country from Kurt Vonnegut . I figured out that while I'm putting order in my apartment, I might as well expand a bit my mind by listening to a recorded book. This is such an entertaining book. If you can, you should give it a try...
  • Blog Post: Ring tones: I typically don't care

    nor would I ever pay to get one but this site has plenty interesting ones for free: http://www.funkyrabbit.com/ I picked release me as my ring tone. Enjoy.
  • Blog Post: Babel - What a movie!

    Went with Javier and Mariana to watch it tonight. What a ride. What a beautiful way to depict Morocco, Japan and México. Highly recommended. No, very highly recommended!
  • Blog Post: Call me crazy but one of the first thing I run after installing Vista on a box is...

    mklink /J %SystemDrive%\Contacts "%USERPROFILE%\Contacts" mklink /J %SystemDrive%\Desktop "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop" mklink /J %SystemDrive%\Documents "%USERPROFILE%\Documents" mklink /J %SystemDrive%\Downloads "%USERPROFILE%\Downloads" mklink /J %SystemDrive%\Tools "%USERPROFILE%\Downloads\Tools" mklink...
  • Blog Post: GOOD BYE LENIN!

    Just spent two wonderful hours watching that movie . I'm sure I missed a lot of the culture specific humour and having some of the same tunes as Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain movie was a small mistake but still, it was very nice.
  • Blog Post: DJ Dolores: que legal!

    I don't listen enough to KEXP ! Today around 1:30, I listened to a very nice tune while driving but I don't manage to get the title nor the interpreter at the end of it. Back home, I jump on the KEXP site , go to their amazing playlist section and find it: Azougue by DJ Dolores (aka Helder Aragao). That...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Football Scoreboard

    Christian just showed this to me. Nice! Follow this year’s FIFA World Cup tournament with Microsoft Soccer Scoreboard! I was in Olimpiazentrum yesterday to watch México - Iran!
  • Blog Post: Bear Cub (Cachorro)

    It makes a while I did not watch an interesting movie. I saw Vendetta and did enjoy most of it but I would not recommend it to a friend. Then on Saturday, I picked Bear Cub from the foreign movies section at the KCLS and watched it on Sunday evening: very good and original movie.
  • Blog Post: Brazilian Groove

    This CD is really very nice. This is already the 3rd time I'm listening to it in a row... Now, the trick is to get those artists original CDs, their own: l ooks like I need to go to Brazil. ;-) Muito obrigado Cristina.
  • Blog Post: Death and old calculators/computers...

    Yesterday evening, for some reasons, I was thinking about death and how I started to know about the computing world... I thought "Tomorrow, I'll see if I can find pictures of those things I've been using since I was 13 year old". Apple II Learned basic. Hangman must have been the first "useful...
  • Blog Post: DJ mixes

    I'm not (yet maybe) into that genre but a friend of mine gave me that site to listen to DJ stuff: http://www.blentwell.com The first one I heard was entertaining...
  • Blog Post: Kinky - Atlas

    I heard them on kbcs radio , either during Raizes or ¡Sabor! . I really the first title, "Presidente". Now, don't tell me that "The Headphonist" and "Snapshot" are not inspired by King Crimson's Discipline album! I think I'm going to listen less to Scissor Sisters and more to those Regiomontanos...
  • Blog Post: Down Under by Bill Bryson

    When I read Canberra - Why wait for death? on page 127 and started to LoL I decided to mention it here. Whether you want to go to Australia or you've already been or even if you don't have any plan to go, this is an excellent book. You learn and laugh at the same time! Thanks Bill for writing the book...
  • Blog Post: Transparent Assembly

    Couple of new attributes: SecurityTransparent, SecurityCritical and SecurityTreatAsSafe. I did not know about this. I started reading: - When the Opposite of Transparent isn't Opaque - Marking Your Code Transparent (What's that song I'm listening to and that I don't even know I had? Las mañanitas...
  • Blog Post: Believe it or not

    but I love those photos . If I could, I'd take a plane now... ¡Gracias Thomas por mandar esta liga!
  • Blog Post: Comfortably Numb

    Not the Pink Floyd song but the Scissor Sisters 'one: - Eye of the tiger type intro - Pink Floyd lyrics - Jamiroquai type mood - Bee Gees type chorus - Something of Soft Cell I love it!
  • Blog Post: The man without a past

    Mies vailla menneisyytta I am not sure how to explain my interest in that movie. I just really loved it: the different culture, the language, the story of love. My wife and I visited Helsinki, Turku and Rovianemi (Santa Claus!) in 1992 and the movie reminded me of good memories as I did recognize...
  • Blog Post: Abril Despedacado

    Abril Despedaçado. Beautiful movie. The music. The photography. The story. Hard to go back to reality and take your mind out of the movie's atmosphere. The site: http://www.abrildespedacado.com.br ( IMDB ) ( Luiz Carlos Vasconcelos was also in Eu Tu Eles...
  • Blog Post: Eu Tu Eles

    I just finished watching Eu Tu Eles . I could not help but thing about Tieta do Agreste (beauty of the photography) and De noche vienes, Esmeralda (story). I like it.
  • Blog Post: Caetano Veloso's Novo Millenium album.

    When I was in São Paulo, I bought that CD for less than $6 at the FNAC , I love his version of Samba de verão . Diana is a good cover too. Caetano has such a beautiful voice that anything is possible! Listen to his cover of "Cucurrucucú Paloma" from Tomás Méndez Sosa in Hable con ella ! Have a...
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