Umberto Eco on Casablanca: “When the choice of the tried and true is limited, the result is a trite or mass-produced film, or simply kitsch. But when the tried and true repertoire is used wholesale, the result is an architecture like Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. There is a sense of dizziness, a stroke of brilliance.”
Theocacao: “CocoaHeads Silicon Valley will be meeting at the Apple Store in Downtown SF (Stockton street) tonight from 7pm to 9pm. The topic is ‘Going Indie,’ and we have a number of special guests. Daniel Jalkut, Gus Mueller, and Wil Shipley will be presenting, and Brent Simmons will join us for Q&A after.”
Buzz’s party is tonight! Details are on upcoming.org. (8 p.m., 111 Minna Gallery.)
NewsGator is sponsoring the tacos—Buzz lined up the El Tonayense taco truck. Yummy and free. ;)
I’ll be on Your Mac Life around 6:20 pm Pacific tonight.
Also, Leland Rucker at NewsGator did a short interview with me a few days ago.
Now that the Dark Gift has been extended to animals, what’s next? Snakecat?
Congratulations to all who made the list! Even Paul. ;)
Sheila said to me that it must have made me feel good to see both apps come out on the same day, that I must feel like I did the right thing with MarsEdit. Yep—she’s absolutely right.