It’s been a while since my last blogpost, not because I’ve stopped blogging, but because I will devote my preciouse time on my Norwegian blog. There will be new posts here, but not as frequently as earlier.
There’s only 24 hours in a day, and I will use some of them to make my Norwegian blog better, since that’s my native langauge.
Steve Jobs presentet Apples new iPhone 4 at the WWDC 2010. The new iPhone with iOS 4 looks good and have great specs, and even smaller than the iPhone 3GS.
Some of the specs:
Video recording, HD (720p) @ 30 fps
5-megapixel still camera
960-by-640-pixel resolution at 326 ppi
Sensors: Three-axis gyro, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor and Ambient light sensor
16GB or 32GB flash drive
For more specs, check Apple.com. Apple have done well with the previously versions of the iPhone and with the updated specs, I think the new version will sell real well too. In USA the iPhone will cost you $599 (16GB) and $699 (32GB) with a AT/T contract, available from June 24.
Not everything went well on Steve Jobs presentation. The iPhone wouldn’t connect to the Internet since there was so many WiFi users in the same room. You can watch that YouTube clip bellow. To watch Jobs complete keynote at WWDC 2010, goto Apple.com.
The video under shows Apple iPhone 4 Design Video.
On May 22, 1980 Namco released Pac-Man to the Japanese arcades. The game was a great success, and after 30 years, we still play Pac-Man. The game have been converted and ported to every videogame format under the sun. Everybody knows about Pac-Man and it was an icon of the 1980s popular culture. I have found memories about the game, and still fancy it today.
To celebrate Pac-Man’s 30th anniversary, Google made their logo a playable Pac-Man game. You can watch a YouTube-video I made playing the game.
Every year the president of USA invites the journalists that works at the White House Correspondents’ Association to the Correspondents’ Dinner which was held on May 1st, 2010. President Barack Obama makes fun of journalists, politicians and himself.
If you have enough LEGO bricks, you can set a world record. But you need around 500.000 of them. A new Guinness World Record was set in Oslo, Norway on April 24th, 2010. The new LEGO tower record is 30.22 meters tall and beat the record from Munich last year by 25cm.
I recorded a video, which you can watch bellow, when they placed the LEGO modules onto the tower. Pretty amazing.
Photo & video: Frank Eivind Rundholt (Creative Commons)