TOOZE roundups: Steve Jobs fashion, Sony Vaio SB series review, Mario!, Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 review

Steve Jobs over the years

Gizmodo ran an article about the fashion of Steve Jobs over the years, including shots of him in his earlier years. No surprise for what he wore since 1998, but the other slides about young Jobs are totally nostalgic.

Link in title for the slides.

Sony Vaio SB Series review

Engadget ran a review for the abovementioned laptop. Need we say more? Just to prime you a little, here’s a little of their summary:

But the VAIO SB is a rare laptop that we’ve been recommending left and right. The price is right for so many people, as is the performance, design and long battery life. This notebook is going to please a lot of people — not just students, but many a mainstream user as well..

Link in title for full review.

Mario in your browser!

Markus “Notch” Persson, he creator of Minecraft ported over a version of Mario over to Java. Robert Kleffner then took the original project and converted the game into a cross-platform HTML5 version, allowing us to play the game anywhere with an Internet connection.

There’s some interesting anecdotes and history behind this project over at the original report by PCWorld, so head over for a read. After you are done, click on the title to enjoy Mario! Do note that the levels are randomly generated so while you can’t master a level, you do get infinite gameplay!

Panasonic DMC-GF3 review

Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com) posted their in-depth review about the said camera, and it looks pretty good to me. It’s a great read, especially if you are considering it, and as a primer, here’s a little of their conclusion:

The GF3 is a satisfying camera to use that is small and light enough to carry around all day.

Link in title for full review.

 

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