Tyrone Rubin thinks and learns

7 Sept 2010 – been a while since the blog

Posted in Art, Business, Film, General Thoughts, Internet, Mac, Music, Technology, Television by Tyrone Rubin on September 7, 2010

Hiya, its been a month and a half since I last blogged on my personal site. I am going to try blog at least once a weak on my personal site. There are a couple things I am personally up to right now. At the company I work for Velocity film we are busy with some big commercials. The company keep me busy for most of the hours of the day which doesnt allow me much time to my personal projects but I endeveour with them nontheless, in the early mornings, evenings (when not too tired) and weekends. BUT I need to endevour and push more. I have my youtube channels running very well and am happy with the progress made http://www.youtube.com/movielovernews and http://www.youtube.com/tyronefilmshow and will continue to aim to be an intervational voice for film. I am working on putting all my continent in a great site http://movielovernews.com . I am also working on some product sites. And working on trying to increase my energy levels, by gyming, yoga, dance and liquids. Now enough about me.

Music:

I thought the Arcade Fire ‘The Suburbs’ was a truly magnificent album. I am happy it has garnederd so much commercial success, which in the case of bands like Kings of Leon, watered down there music. It is totally understandable why the album did becvome so commercial, the music is great and its their easiest album to listen to. That being said, the lyrics are very emotional, very inteligent and thoughtful. Its like poetry. The lyrics, emotion, movemenet in this album is outsdtand. Commercial yes, but still powerful. I think OK Computer reached the commercial masses but the album is still powerful. So the Arcade Fire proves you can be commercial but still remain powerful. Unfortunately I will after listening to the album a thousand times, like in the case of OK Computer start to tire of it. But how do you win that war with an album. With so many albums out there one is inundated, in a wonderful way, now with great music and I am truly lucky that I like so many genres, and sub genres that I have so much music to choose from. Other than the Arcade fire, today I will not talk of other music, I am alsways listening to music, it and tv and film are among my hectic obessive addictions so I consume those mediums with the utmost fervor.

Tech:

I listened to a lot of talks from Chris Brogan who has really helped me with a lot of stuff. This past month I have come to think that if business can be an art and talent, like painting, sport and music then for the the artists of the decade are Jeff Bezos and Steve Jobbs. There are many more I can think of but they have instilled my last month. I listened to Jeff Bezos talk on Charlie Rose and marveled at how he had the drive to start Amazon so I concluded him to be an artist. I feel the tech space is interesting right now as we are in a bit of a commetivie age in tech, mdeia, tellecommincations and advertising and in some places it is getting more cut throught than collabroative. A couple months ago I was on a holw collaborative trip but now the competition is getting very cutthrat and it worries me a little but I think it could pass and the companies can start working on there own products and services. And once again that is where I admire Jeff Bezos and Tony Hsieh as they focused more on being the best they could than outdooing there competition. Competition is good as I find mysef becoming more and more competitive but more so with myself I thinkg, than with others. I am trying to use ohlife everyday. I am loving evernote.

TV:

Trailer park boys, Mad Men, Modern Family soon to be September time when all the great shows start. TV is my drug of choice.

Thanks.

Thanks for out to all the folks in the spaces I love who are teaching me everything I need to knowTony Hsieh, Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs, Marc Andersen, Larry King, Charlie Rose, Steven Spielberg, Jason Calacanis, Kevin Rose, Rcihard Branson, Donald Trump, Gary Vaynrechuck, Chris Brogan, the Google Team, the Facebook team, the Apple team, the Pixar team, the Dreamworks team, the bloggers, techcrunch, techmeme, pitchfork, imdb, comingsoon, firstshowing, audible, amazon, darkhorizons, collider, /film. zappos, ebay, paypal, wordpress, drupal, wired, Darren Aronofsky, Thom Yorke and so many more people but those people, companies, sites etc just come to mind for the time being. There are loads more people I can name who have influenced me in some way this past month and a half.

Google Chrome for my mac – finally

Posted in Internet, Mac by Tyrone Rubin on December 9, 2009


link to the new browser – Google Chrome for my mac

Finally Google Chrome is out for mac today about to install and play and let you all know about it.
I am currently needing to use both Firefox and Safari on my mac as they both do specific things the other cant do. Ratio is probably 80% Firefox 20% Safari, adding a third browser to the mix is going to be very interesting, especially if its from the wonderful Google Corp. Mac user will have to wait for all the plugins and extensions. Damn

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