I've been testing Squarespace for photo sharing, so you don't have to. Here are a few of my observations. It didn't go well. I recently started a new photography series called "The Perfect Imperfections Series". I wanted a place to store and share my work in a simple and effective way. I'm a big fan... Continue Reading →
Today marks a month of my confinement. Already. Surprisingly, life still goes too fast. Yet, I do have a feeling it is only the beginning. There will not be a clear cut return to normality. It will be slow, painful, full of uncertainty. It is why I have a feeling that we won't be back... Continue Reading →
I rarely write about mockups of potential new user interfaces or new devices. But when I see something that is profoundly good, I have to pass it along. Yesterday I came across the release of a study made by Alexander Käßner, a young UI/UX and digital product designer based in Berlin, Germany (it is one... Continue Reading →
Mailbrew is a powerful and time-saving internet information aggregator that allows its users to build useful newsletters. More than ever, content aggregation is essential these days. This is why I’m a big fan of News Explorer (read my review here) and this is why I decided to subscribe to Mailbrew for a year. Here is... Continue Reading →
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 the rest of the series on Numeric Citizen Visual Space.
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 →
You may have noticed a reduction in my publication frequency. Don't worry, the reason is simple: I want to reserve this blog for longer posts. That being said, I'm very active on Micro.blog. In fact, I'm publishing more than ten times there than on this blog. You don't have to be a member of Micro.blog... 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!
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. See the rest of the series on... Continue Reading →