My brother is at the moment in London, and recently he sent me an SMS.
This is what he wrote to me (translated from Bosnian):
“Holy shit, man!
Yesterday I wanted to see Caravaggio exhibition at The National Gallery, but it was sold out. Now I have just come here and there is a row with 1000 people.
STUPID SUPERSTAR ARTIST!”
Hehe, that cracked me up, brazzi!
I just recieved a Google alert, containing some Ubuntu stuff, and it was an article about a teenager broadcasting his own radio program. It’s actually here I am introduced to a term called “podcasting”. Wikipedia defines podcasting as:
“… making audio files (most commonly in MP3 format) available online in a way that allows software to automatically download the files for listening at the user’s convenience. The word “podcasting” is a portmanteau of the words iPod and broadcasting. A podcast is like an audio magazine subscription: a subscriber receives regular audio programs delivered via the internet, and they can listen to them at their leisure.”
I myself was always interested in Internet broadcasting, so this has my interest. Here are some useful links on this topic:
Isn’t it strange? I recieved a news regarding Ubuntu Linux, but I went completely other roads and actually found out about new buzzword called “podcasting”. Fascinirajuce!
I have just come up with this brand new idea/concept – having a restaurant in your home!
Imagine that you live in a apartment somewhere at 5th floor. Ok?
Now, how about having a restaurant in that apartment, in that very building? Wouldn’t it be totally crazy, you’re guests coming at the door, ringing at the bell, you’re opening the door and saying “Welcome to Dino Boom Dining Room!”*. I like the concept, and I believe that it would have a huge success, at least among all the experimenting people.
I don’t know if this is a completely original concept, but I haven’t seen or heard about it.
Now, I am running to the grocieries and buying some supplies for my “Dino Boom Dining Room”.
* name inspired by the name of a fictional restaurant in the movie “Life”.
It’s been 368 days ago I published this article/review about Fedora Core 1.
It’s written in Danish.
Man, time goes by!
I was reading Distrowatch Weekly and I stumbled upon this Rubix Linux website.
I could read they had a logo contest, so I decided to make some.
I have submited several logos, but this one won: