Nouvelle série de billets, sur les articles & vidéos que j’ai apprécié dans la semaine, quel que soit le sujet… Au cas où vous ne sachiez pas quoi faire de votre vendredi après-midi 🙂

Et on commence par l’article WTF de la semaine, Cher nouvel abonné SFR, un concentré de mépris et de condescendance comme j’en ai rarement vu.
SFR

 

Klaire fait grr, et comme d’hab’, Klaire fait mouche aussi : Des salopards et des hommes
Klaire fait grr

 

Voici une liste de Ted Talks sur le cinéma, The power of film

 

« Quelque chose de – vraiment – pourri dans le royaume de France »

« Quelque chose de – vraiment – pourri dans le royaume de France »
L’e-commerce dans la vraie vie, ça donnerait quoi ?

 

Apple Stole My Music. No, Seriously.

For about ten years, I’ve been warning people, “hang onto your media. One day, you won’t buy a movie. You’ll buy the right to watch a movie, and that movie will be served to you. If the companies serving the movie don’t want you to see it, or they want to change something, they will have the power to do so. They can alter history, and they can make you keep paying for things that you formerly could have bought. Information will be a utility rather than a possession. Even information that you yourself have created will require unending, recurring payments just to access.”

When giving the above warning, however, even in my most Orwellian paranoia I never could have dreamed that the content holders, like Apple, would also reach into your computer and take away what you already owned. If Taxi Driver is on Netflix, Netflix doesn’t come to your house and steal your Taxi Driver DVD. But that’s where we’re headed. When it comes to music, Apple is already there.

Bonne lecture !