So it’s probably the crazy nineties and you have Adriano Celentano in a live show joined by the young Manu Chao (then the “leader” of Mano Negra) and they perform a weird mix of “Prisencolinensinainciusol” and “King Kong 5” and they throw in an interview during the song and there’s lots of people dancing, a pretty awkward upskirt shot and general craziness.
This must (have) be(en) Italian TV, mustn’t it?
Adriano Celentano & Manu Chao – Prisencolinensinainciusol VIDEO INTEGRALE
Mijn lief en sterk dochterken heeft scoliose (een scheef groeiende ruggegraat) en heeft een site (blog + forum) om lief en leed -dat verdomde korset- met jonge lotgenoten te delen. Heb je zelf scoliose of ken je tieners die dat hebben, check dan https://scolio-tieners.be/ uit!
Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings released a compilation album “We Out Here” with a lot of talented young musicians from London’s vibrant Jazz scene and below documentary with the same name adds context to that.
We’re finalizing work on Autoptimize 2.4 with beta-3, which was just released. There are misc. changes under the hood, but the main functional change is the inclusion of image optimization!
This feature uses Shortpixel’s smart image optimization proxy, where requests for images are routed through their URL and automagically optimized. As the image proxy is hosted on one of the best preforming CDN’s with truly global presence obviously using HTTP/2 for parallelized requests, as the parameters are not in a query-string but are part of the URL and as behind the scenes the same superb image optimization logic is used that can also be found in the existing Shortpixel plugin, you can expect great results from just ticking that “optimize image” checkbox on the “Extra” tab :-)
Image optimization will be completely free during the 2.4 Beta-period. After the official 2.4 release this will remain free up until a still to be defined threshold per domain, after which additional service can be purchased at Shortpixel’s.
If you’re already running AO 2.4 beta-2, you’ll be prompted to upgrade. And if you’d like to join the beta to test image optimization, you can download the zip-file here. The only thing I ask in return is feedback (bugs, praise, yay’s, meh’s, …) ;-)
Me and Nokia, we go a long way back; my first mobile phone was a trusty Nokia 3210 and it’s unique gaming proposition Snake.
I switched it for a Nokia 7710 because I was thrilled to be able to go on the Internet. The CSD data transport protocol, WAP and WML were very limited however and the phone crashed regularly (apparently it was the first Nokia with the Series 40 OS and it showed) so that didn’t last too long really.
And now I, the prodigal son, after a long string of good, bad and broken smartphones, have finally returned home, buying a 2018 Nokia 6.1 with 64GB internal memory (and 4GB or RAM) for under €300. Great build-quality with a aluminum unibody shell, 5.5 inch screen, fast charging, fingerprint, Zeiss lens … And it is running bloat-less stock Android 8.1 and given the Android One stamp it will receive continuous security updates and 2 years of OS upgrades. After 2 weeks of usage I can say this is the best smartphone I have owned to date! It sure feels good to have come back home ;-)