1. So I was interviewed by My Linux Rig, in fact this was my inspiration to start my own project.


  2. Revista Audio & Cinema em Casa

    So I subscribed for a year of the digital subscription of Audio on Magzter for about 8€ O_o…had a bit of a discount I must admit. 
    Btw the paper magazine costs about 4 € so I think this was a good call, mostly because I tend to trash paper magazines after a few years.  
    The What’s Hi-Fi subscription is almost the same price but I got a friend that shares his magazine with me, so no need to buy it. 

  3. cadetartemis:


    It’s a hairclip! And a mulitool! Your must-have hair accessory. Read more at The New Artemis.

    I have a mighty need for this.

    (via ciderandsawdust)

  4. aumuhely:

    switch wall lamp - auworkshop.com

    (via ciderandsawdust)

  5. What an amazing comic book Y The last man is, made me love read comics again.

    (Source: astophy)


  6. I made a new clothes line on the backward.

    I pity 1st world citizens who spend electricity drying clothes! XD
    I also feel sad that some places on USA ban this type of lines. 
    During the summer I’ll dry outside on my new 30 meters line, during the winter I dry on the attic. :-D
    I’m cheap but yea I do save a lot of money.

  7. bethburger:

    R.I.P. Johnny Winter.

    (Source: theleopardcoat.blogspot.com.au, via tonemonkey)

  8. Audiophile Setup. by Pagedown1975 on Flickr.

    Wonderful and tasteful setup and those B&W and monoblocks look beautiful.

  9. aminaidrissi:

    Flower duet - Anna Netrebko & Elina Garanca (Lakmé de Delibes)  

    (via thegardenandtherain)

  10. The end of the wall…more to come.

  11. http://www.distortionofsound.com/

    Beware of the sponsors ;-) 

  12. (Source: audioklassiks)

  13. kat-howard:


    Shakespearean insults, with cats.

    7 more here.

    I did not realize how very perfect cats were at delivering Shakespeare’s insults until now.

    (via beauchene)

  14. The last original The Ferrari 330 P4….Beauty made by hand.


  15. Beware Portuguese sun.

    So you are a tourist that lives up in the north of Europe and think its cool to have a tan in a sunny warm country like Portugal…think again!
    Right now I’ll go out to the sun to work again on my backward, had to stop at midday, this means I had to wait more than 4 hours to avoid the hellish Portuguese sun and its not even the hottest month of the year!  

    Piece of free advice do not tan on the beach from 12 to 15 hours, believe me Portuguese’s are naturally tanned and get nasty sunburns so you can imagine some tourists. Behold my UV level today!


    Thats a level 10 UV level my friends, max is 11+. 

    Oh yes level 50 sunscreen will protect your skin a bit, at least I don’t smell like burned pig after a day of work…This is not BS…so if you visit bring a hat, buy sunscreen and drink lots water!