• 訪客:cmmmm      2010/11/2 10:15:59    

    can it be cmmmmm is a virtual personality created by supercomputer to interfere with mr deng's life? :0 can it be mr deng is also computer-generated? ;0 twitter is full of interesting top tweets daily glad that paul macartney is still active after all these yrs....just listened to an old cd from 1970s paul's post-beatles wings band music made with his wife

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    at times i do suspect you are some kind of AI. take peter, another frequent commentator here for example, when i read his messages, i can sense he is talking but with you, your words seem like machine generated, so detached and quite often with a tint of cynicism. perhaps you consciously style yourself as such. is a bit of human warmth so untolerable? i have second thoughts to post this but finally i decide to go ahead. i speak out sincerely while knowing practically nothing about your background. i hope you are not offended which is not at all my intention.

  • 訪客:Peter      2010/11/1 19:35:00    

    > ...disco music very dated > but i never get tired of songs from the 50's and 60's. don't know why. Yeah Siu Yu, disco music just doesn't stay long (I just cannot stand its "THUMP THUMP" montonus beat ) Having said that, there were some more elegant music which branched out of the dance craze music in that era, e.g. The Hustle by Van Mccoy , the orchestrated sounds of Barry White ... and of course the Stylistics which is the best of the Philly sounds (thanks to Thom Bell the composer/producer) As for the songs of the 50s/60s, they were the period when the best melodies were written and the singers then could deliver them so well. Remember a song which was much sung in the local music competitions in early 60s , Al di La (Connie Francis) ? www dot youtube dot com/watch?v=VI-HX2jtvzQ It was really well sung and was originally an Italian song, much like Dusty Springfield's You Don't Have to say you Love me and Elvis' It's Now or Never (both were Italian songs) As for the pop songs, the Braille Building in New York had many good composers like Neil Sedaka, Carole King, Burt Bacharach , Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil ..etc etc who churned out catchy songs one after the other Here's Carole King's singing the song Oh Neil to answer Neil Sedaka for his O Carol www dot youtube dot com/watch?v=L7d7UbCMuow So much for now

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    1) i also love van mccoy's 《the hustle》. i remember when it first became was popular in the mid 70's i was in europe and people were dancing to this song in every bar. 2) connie francis is usually good singing italian songs as she is italian descend. our 葛蘭also did a cover of 《al di la》and simply called it 《亞黛拉》!3) the carole king spoof 《oh neil 》is very cute. thanks for sharing. i must say youtube is full of hidden goodies while its chinese counterparts are more straightforward and deadpan. 4) 在我自己的留言忘記提醒Jukebox已依序換入十首新歌,希望其中有你喜歡的。

  • 訪客:小宇      2010/11/1 14:45:30    

    今天是一號,已update了在主頁的《更新提示/通告》,可查看新內容。另我本來回應了一大段有關cmmmm君說的 super computer,誰知當我按留言icon時,竟彈出「驗証不符」,整段文字全被删去!God knows how slow i am with the chinese writing pad!現在我索性把這回應當做一篇短文,稍後放在私人感覺,但好像已不及我第一回寫得那麼好了,可惜。

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  • 訪客:cmmmm      2010/11/1 11:31:53    

    freedomtocreate dot com for artists

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    again, you are resourceful. artists should browse this website and perhaps enter the competition.

  • 訪客:jo      2010/10/31 20:14:33    

    happy birthday and stay decent and healthy as usual.

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    try to, everyday.

  • 訪客:cmmmm      2010/10/31 14:27:17    

    TIANHE-1A IS CHINA FASTEST SUPERCOMPUTER, acc to internet news so we're all living in the age of supercomputing so all the nostalgia, all the cultural artistic literary consciousness probably being absorbed by supercomputer which may be developing its own intelligence outwitting humans, as in hollywood sci-fi movies like THE MATRIX so, one night i may get sms from eileen chang, cao xueqin, shakespeare, mozart etc all resurrected by supercomputer HAVE FUN LIVING UNDER CONTROL BY CHINESE SUPERCOMPUTER

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  • 訪客:cmmmm      2010/10/31 10:23:16    

    chinese translation of foreign names in a global context will continue to be messy, fascinating & sometimes shocking, as mainland china is still developing a system/systems of assimilating foreign stuff [look at what happened in 2008 beijing around the time of olympics] so hksar, macau sar, mainland china & taiwan will continue to make me smile smile smile :) translationwise

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  • 訪客:舍伊      2010/10/31 0:01:56    


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  • 訪客:Peter      2010/10/29 17:40:57    

    陸離 復出後 寫的文章 都沒有太大吸引 但今天在 蘋果 寫有關 不同地方用的 譯名就頗有趣. Quote part of it to share with you all --------------------------------------------------- 據說台灣用「梅姬」,大陸用「鮎魚」。那麼我們香港夾在中間,最初用了「梅姬」,中途被迫改名, 此一首宗「一風二名」案例,是否暗示以後還會陸續有來?──颱風影響不算嚴重,倘若核彈落在「象牙海岸」, 又再落在「科特迪瓦」,豈不世界大亂? 「烟花」變「烟火」?「維珍尼亞」變「弗吉尼亞」? Truffaut香港譯「杜魯福」,台灣譯「楚浮」,大陸譯「特呂弗」。原來我們都已經是老兵了。 處變「仍」驚?

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  • 訪客:cmmm      2010/10/29 11:36:46    


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  • 訪客:cmmmmm      2010/10/29 10:06:39    

    happyhalloween in darkness but kenzo won't be my choice costume :0

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  • 訪客:Peter      2010/10/29 6:54:09    

    Siu Yu Thanks for response. I presume Johnny Mathis' Begin the Begunine was quite popular in the "disco chart" (they started to separate the charts into different categories from the late 70s). But in HK we only listened to Casey Kasem pop chart. Ah, quite a while ago I posted something about the forgotten child actors in Cantonese movies, and I mentioned 安偉漣 , who appeared in many movies You said you didn't remember what he looks like. I've found a forum on old chinese movies and there's a photo of him, so you could go in and see if your memory of him could come back :-) Click this: tvpudding (dot) noonhost (dot) com (slash)vf87 (dot) html Then click on the topic titled "50-60年代還有些童星" So much for now

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    his photo does not remind me of anyone i saw before, in real life nor in movies. oh yes i find disco music very dated but i never get tired of songs from the 50's and 60's. don't know why.

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