Saturday in Manhattan

02010-11-14 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

Actually it’s Sunday, because it’s almost one in the Morning. Playing two shows a night is quite the work-out, especially when playing solo, and yesterday and today the Blue Note held the second show for half an hour, which meant I played from 23:00 until 00:15. I don’t know why and didn’t bother to ask.

Tonight’s first show was probably the best I have done here at the Blue Note this week. I am going to bed, but here are a few links I found entertaining.

Blow in her face and she’ll follow you anywhere! (photo)

E-Tomb, Social Networking From The Grave

Why did you buy me that?

Which works ought to be read in their original language?
Sidhartha by Hesse, for sure.

Damn you, auto correct!

A world of tweets

Babel Tales (photos)

At last! A Five Terapixel camera

Interview w cinematographer Wally Pfister -Batman, Inception (YouTube)
Interesting bit, for me, is that the Imax camera, while analog and huge and heavy, does still have four times the resolution of the Red video cameras.

Flash Player:

Daring Fireball Linked List: Flash Player and Security Updates
Yesterday, Apple released Mac OS X 10.6.5. The security-related release notes for this update list 134 CVE IDs for fixed vulnerabilities. 55 of those vulnerabilities are for Flash Player alone.


  1. Adam Solomon

    Completely unrelated, I just came across this, thought you might find it somewhat interesting!

    I’m not entirely sure what the point of this UN recognition business is, but here’s some more info from their side:

    In other flamenco news, Diego del Morao (Moraíto’s son) just put out his first album, which has pretty much been the most anticipated CD in flamenco for about a year. The first track is here:

    In other words, it sounds like it rocks :)


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