Perfect Imperfection #3

Downtoen Montreal. Can you name this guy? For this third edition of the perfect imperfection, I chose to go with a darker tone because of the darker times. See other editions here.

News Explorer Updated

The excellent content aggregator, News Explorer, was updated this is week. More than ever, this excellent application serves an important role in my numeric life as the coronavirus crisis rages. Having a central place where I can get all the informations accessible in one place is really a time saver. And it keeps getting better.... Continue Reading →

Click the image for a higher resolution version Since the release of the updated MacBook Air, the updated iPad pro but, most importantly, the Magic Keyboard with a trackpad, here is the updated Apple products sheet that I maintain and publish here. Enjoy and feel free to share!

Perfect Imperfection #2

Ghost in the metro station Here is the second in a long series of images in the Perfect Imperfections series. At the time of posting this, metro stations are mostly filled with ghosts of what used to be commuters. Emptiness is now filled with fear of coronavirus propagation.

Here is the first in a long series of images in the Perfect Imperfections series. This is the city of Montreal as we can see it from the top of Mont-Royal observatory. In this period of crisis around the world, I think this rather apocalyptic view of the city is perfectly chosen. Darkness, fuzziness and... Continue Reading →

WWDC2020 to be Virtual Only – My Take

At long last, Apple joins the plethora of other companies announcing updated conference plans. They had but no choice. Unsurprisingly, Apple announcement offers a twist by presenting this as a new experience, like if from now on, this is the only way WWDC will take place. I can't wait to see how different the event... Continue Reading →

This is post #29 in the Before & After Series. For this one, I think the original photo is as interesting as the processed one. Both convey completely different intentions visually. The black & white look fits perfectly with the car style. The darker edges make it look like a frame taken out of an... Continue Reading →

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