Vincent Tourraine
Reblog

Septembre 2015

She Walks in Shadows

Defiant, destructive, terrifying, and harrowing, the women in are monsters and mothers, heroes and devourers. Observe them in all their glory. Iä! Iä! Are these all retellings of Lovecraft’s stories?

How the Social Mission of Ben & Jerry’s Survived Being Gobbled Up

Big food companies have an endless appetite for smaller brands that make local, organic and socially responsible products. Over the years, Danone acquired Stonyfield Farm yogurt, General Mills bought Annie’s Homegrown and Campbell Soup swallowed up Plum Organics.

Ed Catmull, Pixar: Keep Your Crises Small

Ironing out the little problems can make it so companies can avoid big disasters. Recorded: January 31, 2007Related Article: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/head...Catmull appeared at the 2007 Entrepreneurship Conference at the Stanford Graduate School of Business

Swift – Versus – Storyboards and State Restoration

I don’t use Storyboards or State Restoration in my own projects, but I have looked into them in detail at one time or another. From what I understand about both of these APIs, the life cycle for view controllers looks something like this: 1. Something happens in the app. 2.

tvOS SDK: An iOS Developer’s Initial Impressions

In one of the final chapters of “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson — Steve was quoted saying “It will have the simplest user interface you could imagine. I finally cracked it.” He was, of course, referring to Apple TV.

[WATCH] THE CONVERSE PERSPECTIVES OF ‘CHILDREN OF MEN’: FOREGROUND VS BACKGROUND

I first became aware of Alfonso Cuaron in 1998 when he released his modern-day retelling of Charles Dickens' GREAT EXPECTATIONS. A fan of the novel, I was intrigued but if I'm being honest, it didn't really make an impression.

A thoughtful examination of Ghost In The Shell’s artful use of space

Ghost In The Shell, Mamoru Oshii’s 1995 cyperpunk masterpiece, is high on the list of anime that even people who don’t watch anime have seen, and with good reason. It’s a beautiful, challenging film, impeccably drawn and directed, light on dialogue but big on big ideas.