Next week is a two-day work week, and my schedule for those two days is almost completely wide open. This means, if all goes well, I might actually recover from being away for Charleston last week and being away two days this week for meetings. There are about 50 action items on my list, ranging from a few minutes attention to a few hours attention. And that’s just the “must deal with now” stuff. Forget doing any of my ongoing projects.
The blessing and curse of travel — you get to do cool things, see cool places, and meet cool people, but then you spend several days of work hell trying to atone for the sin of not being there.
I’ve discovered that the side effect of reading so many QC strips in one sitting is that I now have an odd desire to become an indie rock hipster.
I went on a Questionable Content binge last night and spent two hours reading the archives and trying to get to the point where I became a daily reader almost a year ago. I still have a couple hundred more to go, I think.
I’ve discovered that the side effect of reading so many QC strips in one sitting is that I now have an odd desire to become an indie rock hipster. This is all I have to say to that.
My review of a great album of highlife and Afrobeat music has been published on Blogcritics. It has been a lot of fun to listen to over the past couple of weeks.
Sitting in a chair in front of a computer, the average person will burn about 1.6 calories per hour. However, if highlife music is playing in the background, I expect that number would be much higher. It is impossible to sit still when listening to this music. I find myself constantly tapping a foot, bopping my head, or swaying my torso along with the steady dance beats.
Want to make a statement of total geekitude while being hip and retro at the same time? Pull out one of these the next time you need to make a phone call while on the subway or walking down the street.