Elon Musk is the crazy one humanity needs, not only Tesla, not only SpaceX and OpenAI, he also has time to develop a project about an implantable brain-computer interface.Continue reading “Transhumanism | Neuralink: Elon Musk’s brain-computer interface”
This year‘s Apple Watch Series 6 is almost identical to last year’s Series 5. Aesthetically, you can distinguish the two models by looking at the back where the sensors’ array is different, in fact the new blood oxygen feature required new sensors to acquire the readings of the blood’s color.Continue reading “Apple Watch Series 6 | Graphite Steel and Premium Bands”
And one day the shadows come, the real one, not the ordinary pain and sorrow. The first feeling is disbelief: it cannot happen, it’s just a nightmare, tomorrow it will go away. Tomorrow it’s even worse, you know that you are in deep trouble and your life has changed forever, no one is going to give your carefree days back.Continue reading “Illness and life changing events: the courage to follow your heart”
I’ve been testing the Airpods Pro for quite a while now and I would be ready to write a thorough review, if a substantial problem hadn’t intervened: the Active noise cancellation quality was reduced with the firmware 2B588 in mid November and the problem persists with the latest firmware 2D27. The original 2B584 firmware is the only one not having issues but there is no way to stop the update, which is automatic. Continue reading “How Apple killed Airpods Pro’s Active noise cancellation with a firmware update”
It seems like yesterday when the first Apple Watch was introduced in September 2014 alongside the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. It was a pivotal moment for Apple not only because it was the first new product since the iPad in 2010 but also because, as we now know, it was the time Jony Ive began to feel frustrated and unsatisfied. In the next years, he focused more on different projects like the Apple Park and these helped him to prolong his bond with the company created by his “Most close and loyal friend”, Steve Jobs￼￼￼. Continue reading “Apple Watch Series 5 | 5 years afterwards”
“Ok, who is the most important author of the last twenty years? Careful now, not the best, virtuosity is for the arrogant, the most important, the author who has sparked so much morbid curiosity that he became the most important?
-I wouldn’t know. I’d say Philip Roth.
No. Salinger. The most important film director?
No. Kubrick. Contemporary artist?
-Jeff Koons. Or Marina Abramovic.
Banksy. Electronic music group?
-I don’t know the first thing about electronic music.
You say Harvard is a good university! ( The word “Harvard” may impress people around here, but to an American, it means one thing only: decline.) Anyway, Daft Punk. The best Italian female vocalist?
Very good! Now do you know what it is, what the invisible red thread is that connects them all, all these most important figures in their respective fields? None of them let themselves be seen. None of them let themselves be photographed.”
Pope Pius XIII
The first five iPhones had the same screen size and they were designed to be comfortably held in one hand. Steve Jobs died in 2011 and he left projects for the following years. In 2012 the iPhone 5 featured a bigger screen, the 0.5-inch gain was obtained trough a taller screen. This meant that the 5 has the same width as the 4, and the one-hand usability was therefore mantained, the screen ratio changed due to the increased number of vertical pixels. So far so good.
And though time goes by
I will always be
In a club with you
In nineteen seventy three
James Blunt – 1973
Suggested songs for background during reading:
- Alphaville – Forever young
- Belinda Carlisle – Heaven is a place on earth
- James blunt – 1973
Some periods of our life are so above average to resemble a different existence. That exhilarating feeling of walking three meters above everyone else, of fulfillment and joy, like the world is revolving around us and our favorite music is in the air. It can be days, weeks or years for the most fortunate. Almost everyone has had or is going to have his. The Daft Punk would call it the “prime time of your life”.
THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL OAK
It all started at Baselworld in April of 1972, then known as the Swiss Watch Show, when Audemars Piguet released what is now known as one of the most iconic watches ever. A new daring step in the watch world, a luxury steel watch with an integrated bracelet and a new daring design. Continue reading “Why I chose the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak over the Patek Philippe Nautilus”
“I am a 21st century person who was accidentally launched in the 20th. I have a deep nostalgia for the future.” FM-2030
Imagine this situation at an Hotel’s reception:
– Hello my name is FM-2030 and I have a reservation for tonight.
– Good morning and welcome, what is your name again?
-Ehm your legal name, the one in the documents
-Yes that is my legal name
Fereidoun M. Esfandiary changed his legal name because he thought that names can be connected with nationality, ethnicity and religion, thus restricting the individual freedom to live independently from its roots. It’s a tag that will always weighs on a person. FM are his initials but it can also stands for Future Man. 2030, instead, is the hundredth anniversary of his birth and he also thinks that, around that year, a singularity will occur. Continue reading “FM-2030 | The story of a Transhumanist”