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Cool detectives’ nutrition habits

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: pizza
  • Sherlock Holmes: cocaine
  • John Steed: tea (stirred anti-clockwise)
  • Lieutenant Columbo: chili (with crackers)
  • Commander Bond: vodka martini (shaken, not stirred)
  • Agent Bauer: abstinence for 24 hours

Kindle: kinda…

Apple IIc Nintendo Wii Amazon Kindle

Pontiac Aztek

Quality fast food in California

U.S. seems to only export McDonald’s but they actually have really good fast food places.
SanSai Japanese Grill   Panera Bread   Wahoo’s Fish Taco


Dans la même lignée, Marko vient de lancer un nouveau blogue d’animations pas piqué des hannetons : l’alinea-pinot. Les votes des visiteurs déterminent le fil de l’histoire de ce sympathique lapin animé.


Super fresh sushi

Animated sushi from Marko’s artblog.

Jumping Nigiri  Jumping Maki

Job History Illustrated

Olivier's job history

Marko & Olier’ artblogs

Check out Marko and Olier’ brand new e-zapbooks at and!

Harilka, le fil

Marko has posted on YouTube an excerpt of his animation for the Harilka, du fil à la pâte stageplay, inspired by Osvaldo Cavandoli’s La Linea.

Update: Another short excerpt.

Update 2: Another longer excerpt.

Mike Oldfield on the saxophone

“I don’t like the sound of saxophones. It sounds like a fart. To my ears.”

Mike Oldfield, 1999.

Jean-Louis Gassée on the saxophone

“A new platform is like a new musical instrument. You can transpose existing music for it, or write new music that exploits its unique expressive power. The saxophone, for example, solved two problems: it provided better coupling and impedance between the reed and the air mass; and the mechanics offered better, faster fingering and a wider range of notes. You could play Bach fugues on a saxophone (rather nicely) or explore the then-emerging genre of jazz.”

Jean-Louis Gassée, Be Newsletter, Volume II, Issue 49. From The Quotable JLG.

Sorry, we had to shut down, the original fake Steve Jobs' blog. Please beware of tasteless clones. Seriously.

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