Monday, December 21, 2009


Sometimes the zeitgeist is best described in arts and music. The danish super act says it all - Denmark is turning international.

The country is opening up to the world and everybody who has a sense of timing is welcoming it.

Watch the fans contribution to the theme here:
DanmarkDenmark VideoVideo

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

2010 - the year of the web tablet

Kirpus predicts 2010 will be
the year of the web tablet

The Scandinavian/US magazine publisher Bonnier gives a more detailed idea of the lay out and user interface (UI) with Mag+.

"But what is the fuzz about" - you ask?
If you are a frequent reader of newspapers, magazines, RSS feeds, social media updates or newsletters - this trend is going to include you too. Because this time the content providers are prepared, able and willing to pitch in - like Time Inc [See link].  Time Inc. and others might enter the market with a subscription plan, like 3g and cell net providers. I believe they all learned something from the music & movie industries battle against on-line media.

As blogged about by Buzz Beast the Apple iTablet is just one device to push the market forward. Here you see a picture of the JooJoo tablet (see video links below) and how about  the Microsoft Courier tablet?

Kirpus throws an Google web tablet on top of the others. The  Google tablet will enter the market at a low price and Google OS - with all it's own features, apps and adds.

In 2012 the web tablets will become a mega-trend and the iTablet is going to penetrate and change the market so much faster than the iPod!

You are going to want this, it's only a matter of the price tag.

See the JooJoo demo video at: Buzz Beast: JooJoo Internet Tablet or The JooJoo
See the demo video Bonnier Mag+ presented by design partners BERG
See the Apple iTablet/Time Inc. demo video at: Kirpus Says - I can't wait for this to happen
See the Microsoft Courier demo video here

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Buzz Beast - cool concepts & gear

Once in a while you stumble upon something cool like this

... and you just have to blog about it.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Friday, November 13, 2009

Rock Music Quality vs. US Oil Production

I disagree, but you can't argue with numbers ;0)

Now playing: Cracker - I Hate My Generation
via FoxyTunes

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Tegan and Sara Perform Live on the Interface

Once more Tegan and Sara are delivering the goods on Spinner.
With Hell they are truly rockin' it and they only seem to get better at it.

Tegan and Sara Perform Live on the Interface - Google Videos

Saturday, November 7, 2009


Listen:<a href="">Swaat by Troels Abrahamsen</a>
Troels Abrahamsen of VETO just pre-released a new track "Swaat" from the upcoming album BLCK. The track is free and Troels let's you choose between ceveral file versions.
I choose Apple Lossless - since I'm a fanboy ;0)

Friday, November 6, 2009

Poetic tweet reading

I don't know who Levi Johnston is, but I think I know the chubby guy in the suit - he seems to be real cool.

King of cool reciting Palins Poems

Shatner Reads Sarah Palin's Farewell Tweets

Conan discovers that Sarah Palin's confusing Tweets are actually poems... And no one reads poetry better than William Shatner! (07/29/09)

William Shatner Performs Poetic Reading of Levi Johnston’s Tweets [VIDEO]

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Give me a choice

After 6 happy years with several iPods I recently bought a pair of Dali 850's (Big speakers) for my high end amplifier and it takes some dynamic range to really make them "dance".
That's when I realized that some of my favorite albums sounded flat and lifeless in hifi; Kings of Leon - Only by the night e.g.

I am pro convenience with iPods and pro HiFi on the big rig. But I wish artists would release two masterings of their studiorecordings and give me a choice between the two listening experiences.
I joined this group for all those who are fed up with the current "Loudness Race" audio mastering practices. Read all abot it in the blog or follow the links and post a shout here  if you agree.

Now playing: Hinder - Shoulda
via FoxyTunes

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Blow your mind in 2:55

Wow, I am loving it word by word.
Check it out.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Dananananaykroyd Pink Sabbath

Loads of energy and loads of fun!!
I'd love to see these guys live.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

William Shatner's Gonzo Ballet

Don't worry, he is not going to dance.

William Shatner Sings To George Lucas

Another Shatner gem "Star Trek changed everything..."

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

What happened to us?

I have been a paying member for almost a year, but now my subscription is ending and I don't know if I want to re-subscribe. Somehow the staff where more personal and friendly, back in the days.

The days where you would get an answer and they showed some personality. Like this

But now they send me e-mails like this:

Hi Kirpus69,
Your subscription has expired. You can renew it here: Thanks for trying out our subscription. If you unsubscribed in error, or you'd like to subscribe again, visit now. Best Regards, The Team
(From - no-reply!?)

What happened Did the record labels bring you down??
I remember the days when you showed us some loving and you could listen to your radio on your iPod Touch - in Denmark.

Oh well, rest in corporate peace. I hope the industry gives you what you want. But don't come knocking when you find out it's a nother kind of tough love.

Now playing: John Lennon - Borrowed Time
via FoxyTunes

Monday, June 15, 2009

The Break Up

Spot On!
I listen to that BS every day :0/

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Friday, April 3, 2009

Henry Rollins about William Shatner's Has Been

Get behind this!

History in the making of a great album.

William Shatners Common People lego animation

That's what I would do, if I had the time. And the Lego, and the camera... and any idea about how to do it.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Another casualty to "Friendly Fire"

R.I.P Fabchannel

Once again the record labels have killed a future project, instead of supporting it. You would think that unloyal consumer behavior and lack of attention is the enemy, but it is still fighting technology to the labels.

Monday, March 9, 2009

The social experiment

I started a blog in 2007 to communicate and educate my self on blogging.

"only a few from my family and my generation use the internet interactive."

This blog is on pause

I host to blogs, one for the family and this one for the web community.
This blog is merely thought as my contribution to the web community since i like to voice my opinion and to engage my English speaking friends around the world.

The other one LivetLive is for my family and friends who share interest in Our daily lives. Once in a while I send links to my friends and family to sum up the events and announcements. But I came to realize that only a few from my family and my generation use the internet interactively. Therefore I rarely received online feedback and comments, or let's say, practically none.
That's why my blogs are on pause until I figure out what sort of feedback to expect and how to engage this blog better in the community.

Everybody referres to Facebook for feedback and even though I have been hesitant to joint this exclusive forum, I finally gave it a go - as research.
I must admit that I am a bit disappointed with some of the people who drew me in there, since they rarely post anything themselves. But the few friends I have, who are active Facebook members, give great feedback and post fun social content to share.
Even though I thought about quitting my Facebook account in protest of the missing feedback I must admit it is quite addictive. And even though they don't post comments online, some of my friends still give comments face to face. I guess it's alright, although I find it a bit strange and uncomfortable, at times, since face to face is in a totally different environment.

With getting the social media out of the way, I still have some personal interest to blog about, which you can see in my previous posts.
But I have experienced the same thing; people don't comment on your posts, unless you are somehow related. That leaves me with Digg, e.g. and that works out just fine, thank you.

The unique
So until I find a unique cause to blog about, I don't see any reason to continue blogging to the invisible digits. But I will be honored to join any blogging forum and pour my wise words all over it, if asked.
Unless my Facebook friends let me down and I start reposting to you, my dear stranger.


Now playing: !!! - Hello? Is This Thing On?
via FoxyTunes

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Out of bounce with Ximeta

Lately I haven't been bouncing to well, since I am experiencing some serious hardware issues, due to my Ximeta Netdisk Wireless.

This has worked as my back up storage, mediaserver, router for a couple of computers.
When it was doing it's job it was excellent, but there has been a lot of headaches getting this piece of ..... to work. Unfortunately I have been too patient with it and now it is nothing but trouble.

Ximeta's support is not doing it's job too good and I am stuck to the few online forums left with answers. It seems as Ximeta shuts downs it's forums every once in a while due to too much negative feedback.

Warning - money to burn and time to waste.
So let this be a warning to you. Do NOT buy this product unless you are a professional in tech with money to burn and time to waste.

Saturday, January 3, 2009

dEUS still rock!

Better than their recent records.