I looked up the Red Hot Chili Pepper's listening stats on Spotify and found that their most popular songs and albums are from _after_ I kinda lost track of them.
This isn't a hipster rant; I'm honestly amazed and delighted that there's basically an entire _generation_ of listeners of the Chili Peppers that grew up after I was an adult. That's incredible.
I wonder what they think of songs like "Power of Equality," for instance?
Also worth mentioning: you "cheat entropy" by building for the web in the first place. All my old Android apps started getting broken by Google changes after about five years. Imagine if a five-year-old web page just stopped working due to a browser update.
On the left: a pair of $100 JVC noise-cancelling headphones.
On the right: a pair of $15 "AmazonBasics" headphones.
The AmazonBasics have so much better sound quality it's truly sad. I never even realized until I had both headsets in the same place, and decided to switch them out one after the other for a bit, just to see.
Just moved mcnamarii.town to a managed Mastodon account at @mastohost -- it's amazing. I should've done this a year ago! :P
They were even able to migrate my existing instance and data at no extra cost, and it took less than 30 minutes of downtime.
Thanks to the team at Masto.host!
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