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I really heart the new grooveshark. It's always nice when a redesign goes so nicely.
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Awesomer like gossamer!
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A lot of people are in the whole debate about Pandora versus Rdio versus Spotify. Well folks, I'm here to settle it.

Grooveshark.

Play what you want. Upload music (even local bands and help them get publicity). Listen to a "radio" station. Make playlists and share them. The only ads you get are some banner ads on the page, but you don't see them if you have AdBlocker Plus (or equivalent). You can pay monthly for some extra fun stuff (like themes, crossfader, and mobile app), or you can take a bunch of surveys and earn points to get same.

So go check my multi-sub-genre-electronica playlist. You can thank me later.
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Awesome list, started off right with Windowlicker by Aphex Twin!!! (one of the best music videos in the multiverse, too lol).

I'm still glad you told me about Grooveshark a while back, even if I don't use it all the time (have a pretty big music collection on the pc that I need to get through more of).

I still like Pandora, and haven't checked out Rdio at all. I didn't care for Spotify, felt too much like I was just using iTunes, with a random radio feature that was fairly hidden. To each his/her own I guess.
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So, something random on the intarwubs made me look up this site to see if they're still around....
Oh the memories.... Eh boys? I'm lookin at +Rob Eubanks, +Seth Cartwright, +Jonny Twoninety, +Craig Shipley and the rest of my Arkansas.Net peeps.
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Also SSL BDSM. 
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GIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFS! GIFS GONE WILD!
IT'S LIKE REDDIT AND TWITTER AND FACEBOOK MADE AN INTARWUB BABY!!!
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So, +Rodney ONeal, looks like your cousin was right o.O
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Anne and I saw The Thing last night. tl;dr: It's a prequel, not a remake or a reboot, it's faithful to the tone of the 1982 film, and sets up the events of that film so perfectly, you could watch them as a double feature. I thought it was great.

It's a prequel to the 1982 John Carpenter movie, which is one of my favorite movies of all time, and easily the best Sci-Fi/Horror film ever made. Normally, I would flat out refuse to see it, because I thought it was a remake/reboot, and I'm sick to death of those things. However, I'd heard that they gotten a lot of the practical effects guys together for it, and that was intriguing to me. When a bunch of friends were getting together to see it last night, that was all I needed to go ahead and give it a chance.

So, full disclosure: it turns out that my friend Eric wrote it. How I didn't remember this until I saw his name in the credits is a mystery, especially considering that the whole reason we all got together last night was specifically to watch it with him.

(This is what happens when I have Writer's Brain, and all I can think about is the story I'm working on. My mental CPU is at 180% and there's no virtual memory available for other tasks.)

Anyway, I really liked the movie. It's a prequel to the 1982 film, and it tells the story of the discovery of The Thing by the Norwegians, and what it does to them. It's scary, it's gory, and it does an absolutely fantastic job of respecting Carpenter's film, both in tone and story.

My only complaint is that one of the actors makes a really bad choice to play essentially the same note through the whole movie, which robs his character of what could have been a very satisfying arc.

When I mentioned on Twitter last night that I gave it 4.5/5 (the .5 being taken away for the aforementioned complaint), a bunch of people replied to me with various versions of "I hated it and you're stupid for liking it," which sort of baffles me. Now, as an unabashed fan of the 1982 film, maybe I have a connection to the story and the mythos that the average 20-something doesn't, but I don't think you need to be a fan of Carpenter's movie to enjoy this one.
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Happy Ada Lovelace Day!
"Forget this world and all its troubles and if possible its multitudinous Charlatans – every thing in short but the Enchantress of Numbers." – Charles Babbage
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I think I may have to write a blog about how installing a certain chat live program has been similar to finishing a quest in an RPG. I think it may be accompanied by an illustrated guide with screenshots from Dragon Age.
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So were you able to jump that extra version?
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In case you weren't aware, +Joel Watson is a modern-day prophet. Behold!
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all I know is that the chick is hot...
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"Don't you get it man? You said it four years ago: 'Facebook is the new MySpace!'"
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G+ / FB / MySpace Parody :-) Takes awhile to get goin' :) Sorta a video version of the comic I shared a few days ago. Update: Some people reacted to this post by suggesting I'm eager to see Zuckerberg / Facebook go down. You're not reading my posts at all if you think that. As I've started a few times, Mark has always been a gentleman to me, and I admire what he's done, and am looking forward to what he will do. The competition between G+, Twitter and Facebook will make all three companies better. Who wins? Us, the users. Did Facebook even have a "status update" before Twitter? FB grew and became better because of that competition. And as for me, my ownership of MySpace was sold in the initial 2005 sale not in the recent fire sale (see previous post). From my perspective, I'm grateful and feel lucky both for the money I made and the long run MySpace did have (I left in early 2009).
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lol, this was awesome
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