This was the first book listening experience that I’ve actually finished. Sean Runnette‘s voice was adequate for setting the tone and rhythm – actually, sometimes I felt I was listening to Feinmann himself! Having read Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!, What Do You Care What Other People Think? and some other papers/videos, most of the stories in […]
A review of Max Kanat-Alexander’s Code Simplicity book.
Current status: completely mesmerized by this song. I couldn’t find a live version worth sharing, though.
Some years ago, when boarding on Ryanair, the music played over the speakers was a classical and vibrant song – being Ryanair, likely a royalty-free one. Some declare it was Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5: Lately, they’ve changed to a more modern electronic style, at least as vibrant as before: I like the new one […]
Now, this is a musical that I like. Entertaining, moving, and complex. I wouldn’t say musicals are my kind of films. My personal favorite is Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, which is typical Burton. I didn’t like Les Misérables and haven’t watched Moulin Rouge. That’s my track record. Yet, this film is energizing, jazz everywhere, a […]
It had been a while since I hadn’t listened to Marlango. The first albums were kind of intimate jazz with a touch of Radiohead. As they matured, their sound evolved into something more electric and a more open & positive way of looking at life as well. The long fall is one of my current […]
Cuando REM publicó el Automatic for the people yo tenía 10 años. Probablemente escuché el disco por vez primera más de un lustro después, en plena adolescencia. En esa época Drive me hablaba de cosas que estaba experimentando internamente. What if I ride, what if you walk? What if you rock around the clock? Tick-tock, […]