The moral of “Ratatouille” is delivered by a critic: a gaunt, unsmiling fellow named Anton Ego who composes his acidic notices in a coffin-shaped room and who speaks in the parched baritone of Peter O’Toole. “Not everyone can be a great artist,” Mr. Ego muses. “But a great artist can come from anywhere.”
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Apple's iPhone. Geeks are camping in the streets to be first in line for the long-awaited gadget, which goes on sale Friday afternoon; meanwhile, the first detailed product reviews suggest the iPhone may actually be worth the wait. The Wall Street Journal's Walter Mossberg, dean of American tech critics, gives the device his blessing in a review written with Katherine Boehret: "We have been testing the iPhone for two weeks, in multiple usage scenarios, in cities across the country.
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Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Welcome Back! For those of you who had a chance to travel during break a new website that links millions of photos with the exact geographical location where they were taken is now online. Panoramio is a community photos website that enables digital photographers to geo-locate, store and organize their photographs -- and to view those photographs in Google Earth. Other users can search and browse Panoramio photos so share your travels with the world and again welcome back!