Just a thought about these new virtual reality headsets.
If the game developers knew where your eyes were looking through a sensor in the Oculus Rift, they could add another level of realism by applying Depth of Field so that the focal distance was the distance from your eye to the object you were looking.
2 – Vincent Gallo, October 2005, TimFest Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
1 – Lirinha, July 2012, Festival de Músicas do Mundo, Sines, Portugal
Vincent Gallo‘s show was just a huge troll. He knows he sucks and his band is shit, but he doesn’t care because as long as he looks cool and as if he knew what he was doing, his fans are too dumb to realize they’re paying to get trolled. And he was making fun of the people attending to his show, and the audience didn’t even realize that because this being in Brasil, most of them couldn’t understand what he was saying. Brilliant Troll, 5 stars.
Now this Lirinha guy. He is the worst guy to pose as musician ever. He is the embodiment of the worst things that happened to life on earth since the apes started using bones to break other bones to the score of Thus Spake Zarathustra. Worse than cancer or leprosy. The only remarkable thing he made in his life was to find band members that are as bad as him.
He is not a musician. He is not a poet. He is an idiot that managed to fool stupid people by accident.
And he doesn’t realize how bad he is, because his ego and pretentiousness levels are off the charts. Worst band performing on a stage ever.
Instead of posting the random links I read on the web only on facebook, I’ve decided it’s better to post them on my blog, but because I’m only sometimes giving an opinion about them, they’re not very good blog posts.
The place for those posts is the linkblog, on the right side of this blog. The title is either the article’s original title or my short opinion about it.
The more I move things to inodetelic.com, the happier I feel about the way things work, and the more I mess with wordpress, the more I want to do things my way.
It all begun when I entered university in 2002. At the time, it took me 9 or 10 hours by a mix of train, bus and sometimes a boat to get from my parents home to Coimbra, where I was studying.
In the beginning I traveled home every two weekends, and because it was so boring and tiring I had to figure out a way to do the travel faster.
And then I discovered teleportation. But I couldn’t teleport every time I traveled. In the beginning it was difficult because people around me would talk loud and make noises. But because I practiced a lot, traveling every 4-8 weeks for 6 years, I became better at it and now I can teleport every time I travel, even on bumpy roads.
Its amazing, I don’t need pills, earplugs or iPods. I just teleport and when I wake up, hopefully I haven’t missed my stop.
Instagram is a social network built around a free photo filter mobile app made by a team of 13 people. In the beginning of 2012, the team was 7 people, they had 15 million users and the app was iPhone only. They have recently released an Android app.
Ducati is a historical motorcycle manufacturer founded in 1926, with excellent design that competes in the MotoGP and Superbike championships among others, as of 2011 they had 1,135 employees and a net income of 93 million Euros.
To make a comparison I’m trying to overvalue the Instagram brand, its user base and relation to facebook and twitter and their social graph, while I try to undervalue the importance of 2 wheeled vehicles nowadays, picture the MotoGP and Superbike simply as advertisement and discard the brands know-how, expertise and name, and I still can’t believe how it is possible that they can be valued so closely.
They aren’t worth the same.
They can’t be, not even close.
I don’t know much about the dot com bubble because I was a teenager at the time but this feels wrong and smells bad.