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How I'm Feeling Now by Charli XCX
This record, recorded entirely in our current quarantine world, is a great follow up to Charli's 2019 record and is just as weird as that one was. It's also very, very good.
It's Never Been Like That by Phoenix
This i a modern classic as far as I'm concerned. It's a pop masterpiece with nothing but hits right from the first second of the album.
Tetris Effect Official Soundtrack
I've never played the game, but this 40 track mix is an awesome collection of music for working from home.
Initially drawn by hand with a brush marker, Grayscale is a sans-serif font designed to look good in all-caps settings as well as in sentence case. Along with the standard letterforms, the font features useful symbols and punctuation and has multilingual support for Western European languages.
This is an amazing use of CSS!
Those who tried to paint Marshall as a culture vulture failed to understand that Eminem was neither a Vanilla Ice nor a member of Young Black Teenagers. This pale horse to behold was a unicorn.
This crisis is about the massive failure of our, "Booming economy," to survive even modest challenges. It is about the market dissonance of shortages in stores, even as farmers/producers destroy unused crops and products. This crisis is about huge corporations needing an emergency bailout within days of the longest Bull Market in our history ending and despite the ability to borrow with zero percent interest rates.
Just as remarkably, and relevant for considering the future cost of solar, the decline of solar prices over the past decade has been faster than almost any credible forecast.
So. No apologies here, but I ripped off this idea directly from Matt Birchler’s write-up on his Things set up. Even though he is a strong believer in the ability of Things, and also everyone in the replies seems to think the Todoist design is trash, I think very much that we have the same outlook on GTD. The basis of this revolves around “offloading your brain” so you can focus on other things.
Were they amused? Were they distracted? Or did their brains simply go blank? Maybe their neurons absorbed the frictionless Delta In-flight entertainment of it all, and decided to just switch off—to look instead at the vast, unmanaged chaos of the world, the painful exhilarating joy of being human, and think absolutely nothing at all.