So yeah all the swearing in that last post was just for fun. We have written about swearing in the distant past (and we still hold essentially the same views).
Since I’ve mentioned Glitch recently and how I feel like I’ve sort of done everything (although I did stay logged in longer than usual today so as to set up my brand-new still and start making hooch), I feel obliged now to link to the big unLaunching announcement in which the Glitch folks tell us that they are going back to Beta, in order to add more cool stuff to do without having to worry to a post-Beta degree about compatibility and stability and stuff.
Which I think is pretty cool.
In Illyriad my two cities are thriving and I’m slowly putting together the resources for a third. And exactly why one would want to do that still sort of escapes me.
I think I am doing Too Many Things, really, on this here computer and the Internets and things inside it. Let’s see:
- Second Life
- WoW (nearly forgot that!)
- No doubt other things like that that I have forgotten for the moment
- Writing two different weblogs
- Not actually reading the four million weblogs I have in Google Reader
- Trying to remember to download my monthly allotment from eMusic
- And so on and so on.
But oh well! Such is XXIst Century Life.
So instead of going on and on about that, here are the last few things that have found their way into my iTunes library, most-recent first, just for randomness:
- The Legend of Zelda, 25th Anniversary Soundtrack (ripped from the CD that came with the kids’ copy of Legend of Zelda; Skyward Sword)
- Pomplamoose, “Tribute to Famous People”, “3 New Songs Woot!”, and the single of “Bust Your Kneecaps” (it is not as deliriously fun to just listen to these as it is to watch Nataly Dawn sing them, but it is still fun)
- Three tracks from Aphex Twin’s “Selected Ambient Works 85-92” (speaking of using up my monthly eMusic allotment),
- Howlin’ Wolf, “The Best of…” (utterly classic blues)
- Cream, “Disraeli Gears” (welcome to 1967!)
- Meat Loaf, “Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell” (I have not formed an opinion on this yet, I’ll have to get back to ya)
- Feist, “The Bad in Each Other”, from “Metals” (no idea; probably trying to spend the last 50 cents in an eMusic month again)
- Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, “Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth” (less-than-three Joan Jett)
- Fiona Apple, “Extraordinary Machine” (the whole album, although I really got it for the title track)
- Sandy Bainum, “Extraordinary Machine” (just the one track; I heard this, I forget by whom, on NPR, and had to have at least two covers of it at once!)
- School of Seven Bells, “I L U”, from “Disconnect from Desire” (I have even more completely random stuff than I thought I did!)
- Seefeel, “Faults” (good electronica)
- Thelonius Monk and Sonny Rollins, “Thelonius Monk and Sonny Rollins” (Jaaaazzzzz)
- Martin Denny, “Quiet Village” (Have I never told the story of this album? Suffice it to say my parents had it, and I had an enormous crush on the woman on the cover.)
And that takes us back to about the beginning of October, so I’ll arbitrarily stop for now. :)
Hm, I bet I still have December money to spend on eMusic…