Evolution of iPod/iPad by Steve Job
On the picture: Evolution of iPod/iPad by Steve Job

MX™ Revolution by Logitech
On the picture: MX™ Revolution by Logitech

Look at Logitech info on Wikipedia:

MX Revolution - ftr - Speed


Accelerate your work style.

  • Hyper-fast Scrolling: Fly through long documents with the MicroGear™ Precision scroll wheel.
  • Quick-Flip: Move effortlessly between applications and documents with a flip of the thumb wheel.
  • Touch to Search: Enjoy one-click access to your favorite search engine—instantly search your computer, network, and across the Web.
MX Revolution - ftr - Comfort


The perfect grip.

  • Natural Position: Enjoy exceptional comfort with an ergonomic grip and deep-sculpted thumb support.
  • Convenient Controls: Do more with the mouse; make less visits to the keyboard.
MX Revolution - ftr - Precision


Every pixel within reach.

  • Advanced Laser Engine: Experience extreme accuracy and flawless tracking on nearly any surface.
  • Click-to-Click Scrolling: Increase productivity with click-to-click navigation of lists, slides, and image collections.
MX Revolution - ftr - Convenience



  • Smart Scrolling: Automatically switch between hyper-fast or precision click-to-click scrolling modes to match the task at hand.
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion: End battery worries forever. Stay on top of your power supply with a 4-stage battery level indicator.
  • Extreme Wireless: Experience bulletproof wireless freedom with robust 2.4 GHz Digital Cordless, plus the extra performance of full-speed USB.


i was thinking about that… what is the evolution of the data storage in computers technology? I mean, think about it, when i was young i had somes old floppy disk 5.25inch. It was containing an amazing amount of 720 KB !! Wow 720 KB what a deal.

The good old floppy disk 5.25inch

Click here to see the rest of my prevision

A nice article from ammaro.com on the evolution of tv :

The Evolution of TV

Flogging Molly

Oki it’s Christmas, it’s time to dance, have fun and drink a lot! A while ago, in the Christmas time, our ancestors (from Québec) loved to dance at the rhythm of violins and guitar. And since i have some Irish in my blood (a long story from Québec evolution ) i though this is the time to present you one of my favourite bands: Flogging Molly!!!

I so danced and “trashed” on this music when I were at the university at the best Pub of Sherbrooke City called: “Les marches”!!!! Ah theses sweet nights with boozes, friends and flogging

Anyways here’s a clip and a list of my best songs ever that i’m listening in my car

Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish American punk band composed of:

Dave King: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Bridget Regan: Fiddle, Tin Whistle
Dennis Casey: Electric Guitar
Matt Hensley: Accordion
Nathen Maxwell: Bass
Bob Schmidt: Mandolin, Banjo
George Schwindt: Drums

Have fun!!


Flogging Molly – Drunken Lullabies :

My best of:

1. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 01 – Salty Dog
2. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 02 – Drunken Lullabies
3. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 03 – What’s Left Of The Flag
4. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 04 – Devil’s Dance Floor
5. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 05 – Seven deadly sins
6. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 06 – Selfish Man
7. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 07 – May The Living Be Dead (In Our Wake)
8. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 08 – Queen annes revenge
9. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 09 – Black Friday Rule
10. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 10 – To youth
11. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 11 – Cruel Mistress
12. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 12 – Another Bag Of Bricks
13. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 13 – With a wonder and a wild desire
14. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 14 – Life In A Tenement Square
15. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 15 – Every Dog Has His Day
16. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 16 – The Kilburn Highroad
17. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 17 – Between A Man And A Woman

Ps: If everything’s right i’m going to see them when they will come in Montreal in 2008, with a friend or two

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