Category Archives: Geek

Google Glass

À la fois flippant et terriblement excitant. via I used Google Glass: the future, but with monthly updates | The Verge.

La même chose pour les femmes au Japon

Visitors pay JPY 150 per ten minutes to take advantage of the café’s facilities. The cost covers use of a sleeping room perfumed with a ‘healing’ aroma, a make-up space that includes free cosmetics and hair styling supplies, and mobile … Continue reading

Des lieux pour la sieste

The pods themselves, measuring 2.1 by 1.1 meters, are designed to hold one person for a short nap, with the option to book half an hour sessions for GDP 5.99 or a full hour for GDP 9.99. Je serais assez … Continue reading

Rambo kills

Rambo kills.

Zeus’s Affairs

Superbe visualisation de l’arbre généalogique de Zeus, ce qui n’était pas une mince affaire. via Zeus’s Affairs | visualizing.org.

Utiliser des plaques d’immatriculation pour contacter des propriétaires de voitures

Passersby who see a vehicle with its lights left on, blocking an exit or being vandalized, usually feel helpless to do anything about it. CurbTXT allows drivers to register their vehicle’s license plate and phone number, which is stored on … Continue reading

Grapher sa vie perso

My Life in Graphs: A Guided Journal is a book of blank charts and graphs, and you fill in the blanks. Ce livre semble fait pour moi. via A fill-in-the-blank book to journal your life in graphs.

Almond+

Almond+ : 802.11ac Touchscreen WiFi Router + Smart home Hub by SECURIFI — Kickstarter.

Heartbreaking #2

Get out your calendars—Sony will be making its final MiniDisc stereo system in March, marking an end to the 20-year-old media format. via Sony announces the end of the MiniDisc | Ars Technica.

Heartbreaking #1

Marco Ament, sur le futur de Nintendo : I don’t think Nintendo has a bright future. I see them staying in the shrinking hardware business until the bitter end, and then becoming roughly like Sega today: a shell of the … Continue reading