Remember when stuff just worked and you didn’t have to spend a lot of time thinking about whether it worked? That was awesome.

Haven’t watched anything yet, but my first impression of Disney+ is that every single other streaming platform needs to copy how D+ handles login on Apple TV.

The new editorial focus that Apple has brought to the App Store is wonderful.

I particularly love this animation that nails Sidecar.

🎧 “Sometimes I phone you when I know you’re not lonely, but I always disconnect it in time…”

The Muffs covering Elvis Costello’s “No Action” makes too much sense.

This new Sturgill Simpson record is the sound of an artist just straight-up Going For It on every single song. It has no chill whatsoever, and I mean that in the best possible way. I think I love it.

Anyone who insists Apple is “now a services company” has never logged in to iCloud•com.

Trying to hold my judgement until I hear the whole thing, but if this version of “What’s The Frequecy, Kenneth?” is any indication, I’m really gonna have some things to say about the 2019 Scott Litt remixes on the “Monster” reissue.

I somehow found the spot in YouTube TV that allows me to record all college football games with one click. I am drunk with power.

Actually, it’s fine that my rMBP battery percentage indicator decrements even when it’s plugged in. It’s fine and good.

There is such a huge gap between “how much I want to like these new Sleater Kinney tunes” and “how much I actually like these new Sleater Kinney tunes.”

Hi, my name is Len, and when I hum along to a song, I usually hum the drum part and not the vocals or guitar.

Turns out, there’s an honest-to-god legit indie record store in downtown Lewes, DE. Who knew?

The vacation house has Yahtzee… but no score sheets. Downloaded a score sheet to my iPad Mini, opened it in Notes and am keeping score with the Pencil. I am living in an Apple commercial.

It’s really not that bad, but there is a certain absurdity to it.

“This is some really nice music… if you’re old.”

— Yung Stunna on John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme.

One of the things I miss the most about The Old Web: pages like this. One person or group of people curating a list of fan-submitted guitar tabs for a given band. So much love, passion and thoughtfulness in one place.

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