I’ve written a song. It’s untitled so far, but I’ve put a lot of personal feeling into it. I think it could be a hit on the radio. I just need to get a band together to record it. Or just a sound engineer who’s handy with his thumbs…
Anyway, see what you think.
Like many nerds of a certain age, I watched and was enraptured by the PBS/Channel 4 TV miniseries ‘Triumph of the Nerds‘ when it was first broadcast on UK TV 1995.
Since AudioScrobbler first arrived on the scene back in the early naughties I’ve been ‘scrobbling’ my listening behaviour to my AudioScrobbler profile for the interests of fellow music aficionados, friends, prospective employers and the NSA. While this was as simple as installing a plugin or ticking a box in my mp3/ogg/whatever player of choice I’m also a keen fan of vinyl records. As this is an analogue medium they aren’t easy to scrobble, but not impossible.
The thump from the room above either meant her or the bottle had fallen out of bed. Either would mean I’d have to go up there, if it was the bottle then she might wake and try to get it which would cause her to fall out anyway.
The last two hours of my life have been spent trying to figure out why I’m not getting any sound out of my Windows Steam games that I’m trying to run via the WINE compatibility layer on my Xubuntu 14.4 install.
I must apologise in advance as this may contain some nerd rage.
A selection of Android apps I personally install straight away when I get a new Android device, or more realistically, have needed to nuke my current one…
Please feel free to suggest any others. I’m always on the lookout for useful new apps.
Am I the only person who gets annoyed at others re-posting “funny” pictures online without attributing the original creator?
Not had one of these for a while. Many of the games I’ve played recently have been somewhat run of the mill.
QuestLord by Eric Kinkade came out over a year ago so isn’t particularly new, however it’s a wonderful game that on the surface looks quite basic but had a surprising amount of depth.
A major vulnerability that potentially allows third parties unrestricted access to your passwords has been found in 3M Post-it Notes.