Peer to beer networking

29 May 2006

Les geeks

Un « geek » est un amoureux de la matière informatique, c'est un technophile et un bidouilleur. Il a son nid dans l’arbre numérique et adore le nouveau matériel. C’est instinctif. Invité: Pierre Ouziel, geek.


24 May 2006


1977... Date de la dernière victoire de la France au concours Eurovision. Le 20 mai 2006, à Athènes, Michel Drucker et Claudi Siar, chargés de commenter la finale du concours européen de la chanson sur France 3, semblent croire à la candidature française. A minima, ils font leur travail, en faisant semblant d’y croire... Logique chauvine, protectionnisme culturel, caressage d’audience dans le sens du poil. Dans une envolée d’enthousiasme ardent, Claudi Siar se laisse même aller à espérer que Virginie Pouchain, l’heureuse élue chargée de représenter la France, finira dans les cinq premiers, «pour clouer le bec aux détracteurs de Corneille et de Pascal Sevran». La candidate française a en effet été repérée par l’animateur de feue "La chance aux chansons", puis élue par les téléspectateurs de France 3 parmi une sélection d’une vingtaine d’autres candidats, et elle interprète une chanson écrite par Corneille.

Link , c'était vraiment pathétique tout ça...

New Partnership

Nike and Apple will partner to offer us a better running experience.

23 May 2006


Your whole network Skype ridden for free

Save the date

23 Juin 2006, 30 ans de John, Jack and Lau à Genève.
Plus de détails dans les prochains messages...

World Cup KickOff

All the match details for World Cup 2006 in Germany downlaodable for iCal, Outlook,...

Who Killed The Electric Car?

Who Killed The Electric Car? It was among the fastest, most efficient production cars ever built. It ran on electricity, produced no emissions and catapulted American technology to the forefront of the automotive industry. The lucky few who drove it never wanted to give it up. So why did General Motors crush its fleet of EV1 electric vehicles in the Arizona desert?

22 May 2006

Deadly Weapons Trailer

YouTube - Deadly Weapons Trailer, movies at it's best: "Yeah, you got the job"(2:28 mn.)

Le cadeau d'aniversaire du pacal.

Euronext merger with NYSE more likely.
La partie n est pas jouée, soit on merge avec les Teutons (et je retourne jouer au golf) soit peut etre je vais sonner la cloche a New York. Reponse demain soir.

18 May 2006

Sneak peak at black macbook

I'm getting one right now.

How Golf was invented

A scotsman has a go at inventing golf

16 May 2006

Must see documentary

Many, many questions...

Download the movie for free here, this is citizen journalism at its best.

The silent library - Hillarious

YouTube - K-1 Ernesto Hoost - gaki no tsukai. This Guy is a kicking ass K1 fighter

11 May 2006


Warning: Porn ahead

Sexpacking is a website that relies on viral marketing to boost its sales. You have porn stars wearing the stuff that you can buy...and the propose a psp version of the movies and a "blog it" button...

Lau: Aren't we quite border line with the I blog everything business model...

10 May 2006

Photographer's sites

The Robinizer shows some great skills. Following this link you'll find some nicely done websites of photographers

Animation Festival

Nicktoons Network - Animation Festival Be sure to check the "revolution de crabes" short from the 2005 finalist selection.

09 May 2006

Humm, prices

Sony reveals PlayStation 3 prices and some good news I wasn't aware of:
The system will come with a new controller. Sony has abandoned last year's boomerang-shaped prototype and reverted to a design similar to the current model for the PlayStation 2.

08 May 2006

Big Ben discovers Swiss roots

Roethlisberger, on a weeklong trip to discover his family's roots in Switzerland, tried his hand at hornussen -- a Swiss sport somewhere between golf and baseball -- listened to accordion and Alphorn-driven folk music, tasted the local cheese, and met family members still living near his family's former farm.


Pas tout juste, mais jolie vitesse


07 May 2006

Top 25 Unanswered Science Questions

What is the universe made of? What is the biological basis of consciousness? How long can the human life span be extended?
These are just some of the as-yet-unanswered scientific questions pondered in tomorrow's special 125th-anniversary issue of the academic journal Science.


04 May 2006

How to make football beautiful again


Cool job in Chicago

This sounds really exciting, if Chicago is an option you should send your resume. 

Hey, you --
(Yeah, you -- that really articulate person who is totally jazzed about this bloggy "voice of the consumer" thing.)

Here's the deal. We're building this amazing non-profit association. Our members are the smartest people in the marketing world. They are changing things. For real. They are building a future where honest, ethical word of mouth marketing is the most powerful kind of marketing. Where earning the respect of your customers is more important to marketers than making another silly TV ad.

We're looking for two stars to join our team -- people who are interested in fighting the good fight, leading the future, and getting on the ground floor at the beginning.

You can't imagine what kind of relationships you are going to build on this job. Within days you will be dealing with CEOs of ad agencies and PR firms, visionaries at the top 100 brands, authors, experts, gurus, and great people of all sorts. Our members are the most intelligent, enthusiastic, and generally pleasant bunch in the marketing world. Our events are the kind of things where Seth Godin and Guy Kawasaki stop by to share a few thoughts.

Our employee handbook has a few simple rules: No office politics. No jerks. Real personal growth. And a guarantee that you will never again have a single boring day at work.

Link (via ChrisX)

Hugh that's a job for you!

A nice product demo

Philips Bodygroom; test the where to shave part

Credibility issues

A long-running effort by the Bush administration to send home many of the terror suspects held at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, has been stymied in part because of concern among United States officials that the prisoners may not be treated humanely by their own governments, officials said. -The New York Times

What a sad, sorry joke. Look how hollow America's once potent moral leadership on human rights has become. The US won't release Saudi and Yemeni detainees to their home countries because of the fear that they will face "beatings, whippings and sleep deprivation" in prisons at home. Ha! That will be an instant punchline tonight at diner tables from Omaha to Tehran.

For three and a half years those practices and worse (sexual humiliation, waterboarding, extended exposure to stress positions) have been standard operating procedure not only at Guantanamo, but also in Kabul and Baghdad. Although I sympathize with the  State Department's push for human rights prison monitoring in countries to which we release prisoners, US policy has once again utterly disintegrated US credibility in diplomatic negotiations. Worse, it raises questions about the true intent of the shut down of the DOD transfer of prisoners out of Gitmo.