I found this in a bin I was unpacking the other day. A friend and I sat and listened most of the day, and I listened to the rest on the radio at home.
Tom McGee Posts
This is usually the part of the blog where I take some product or technology and set it up, showing along the way what a pain in the ass it is and how it doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do.
Are your solar patio lights dull and listless? Do they not stay lit as long or as bright as they used to?
A fix for a new bug. You read it here first.
Fast and bulbous. That’s right, The Mascara Snake. Bulbous also tapered.
Discogs gets progressively easier to use as you build habits.
How not to do automated customer service.
Real oatmeal, with a little bit of tooth and not gummy. You’re welcome.
Taken in a sacred space on a sacred mountain in Catalunya. But between the image itself and the music — a live organ improvisation at the basilica while we were there — it’s more than a little spooky.
Nothing has changed. Same products, same delivery zip code, same date. And look at this price.
Of a piece with their recent Google Maps policy, charging you for usage. Here you have to basically give them advertising. I understand, that if something is free then I am the product and I’m not entitled to a completely free service. But now that they’ve got us all on the hook, aren’t we entitled to be annoyed?