The Top of the Pile

For the last month, things have been well, mostly because I’ve not been occupied with work 24/7. Now things are starting to pile up again at Rubberduck Media Lab. Hoping that they wouldn’t was pretty naive, but I still did. I need more hours in a day, 24 just ain’t enough. Anyway, this will probably mean the usual stuff; fewer posts, less frequent visits from Stine - who by the way left this morning after visiting me for about a week - and a more grumpy version of me walking around in the Real WorldTM.

Come to think of it, I should be able to squeeze in an update quite frequently. At the end of the day, this site is here for the best of my own mental health, and blowing off some steam with an entry every now and then would be a good thing for everyone. I’ll do the posting from work, like I do now. Sure, half an hour is wasted in some peoples eyes. In my eyes, it’s a way of re-charging the batteries.

The new Matthew Good album arrived in my mailbox two days ago. I still haven’t taken the CD out of the cover, I was able to download it earlier this week. The first time I listened to it, I thought that Matthew had lost it completely, but now every song is growing on me. As I always say, these are the best albums. The ones you like immediately just tend to get boring after a short while. The ones that grow on you get stuck on the playlist.

Cali es Cali has got a completely new design, not the kind of design I would use on this site - as you’ve probably gathered, I’m a more boring, minimalist kind of guy. But I don’t visit the site to look at the design anyway. I was still able to find the CaleΓ±as.

Yet Another Cali es Cali Babe


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