RT @SteveMartinToGo: Home from the Oscars. I enjoyed working with Anne Hathaway. Never knew she was Shakespeare’s wife. Watching tape. I …
Yay for fast Internet again! I have to use a diff. computer, and Firefox, but I’ll take what I can get. :) #thejoysoftechnology #nosarcasm
Internet. So. Slow. (And unreliable.) Can’t. Take. It. Much. Longer… #thejoysoftechnology
I may have found a bachata song I actually like. (Jury still out, though.)
(PS, it’s only on right now thanks to my younger siblings. Occupational hazard of being an older brother, sigh.)
On a positive political note, congrats to Rahm Emanuel for winning the Chicago mayor race. (Which I found out from a Good Wife recap. :))
Dear certain iTunes users…”It’s boring” doesn’t really qualify as thoughtful criticism. It’s just lazy. #sincerelyme
I just wrote in my journal! And I somehow made references to the wife of an Apostle AND Natasha Bedingfield in the same entry. :) #fb
And to think just a few years ago I downloaded Hometown Glory for free on iTunes. You rock, Adele. You rock. :)
I love when I end up rediscovering music on my iPod. :)
Song of the Day: “Never Leave Your Heart Alone” →
Today’s Song of the Day? How about a little gem from circa 2003… “Never Leave Your Heart Alone” by Butterfly Boucher! Those of you readers who watch “Grey’s Anatomy” might be familiar…
Um, Skype…why did you just open a window out of the blue? I didn’t even click on you. Creeeepy…
Here We Go...
Finally decided on a new theme. It’s quite…white, but it looks nice. And it’s functional and whatnot. So there we go. Let this Tumblogging thing re-commence.
ZOOEY'S MISCELLANY: dealing with friends... →
zooeydeschanel: If your friend is feeling down, you could play him a really, really sad sack song, and say, “hey man, THIS ONE is for you.” After you do that he will probably be sufficiently offended, or even angry, then you can say, “I GUESS you weren’t so sad AFTER ALL.” and maybe, “wow, your face is really… I think I’m probably going to end up reblogging everything that Zooey...
Why no, Amazon, I’m not interested in your Rice Cookers department. And I’m kind of wondering why you sent me an email thinking I would be.
So I’m not quite sure at all what to do with this here Tumblr here. (Yes, I momentarily turned into a bad caricature of a cowboy. It happens.) At first I thought, “Hey, I can set Twitter to post to it! That will work,” and well, it’s importing from Twitter all funky. Plus, if all I have on this thing is imported tweets, there’s not much point to it. So…hmmm. I...
#nowplaying Early song by Sondre Lerche - You Know So Well. Great stuff. :)
So I may have just listened to Me and Mrs Jones by Buble to hear Emily Blunt’s voice at the end. (What? She’s amazingly hot & talented. :))
Sketches: Yellow →
My first Sketches (AKA the part where I blog about something random and music-related, in an informal fashion) post in a while, beginning with a video: As I might have stated on this blog…
RT @kerrymarsh: Esperanza Spalding just changed the world, if even just a little bit (but probably more than that) for jazz vocalists ev …
(Of course, that “happy birthday” does not go to our crazy politics or merciless summer heat. Just good ol’ AZ as a whole. :))
Grammy Predictions & Picks, Part II →
So this second installment of my Grammy predictions and picks, thanks to some big, time-consuming (but fun) events in my little corner of the world this weekend, is exceedingly last-minute. So…
And as we leave…on and on they dance.
SCORE! Found that lovely song I was ranting about last night. Thank heavens for the Internet. :)
Holy wow…one of the most beautiful, heartfelt covers ever. Literal chills, folks. http://t.co/23ooIa1 via @youtube
Grammy Predictions & Wishes, Part I http://wp.me/p19uKQ-2t
Grammy Predictions & Picks, Part I →
Here we are…the weekend before arguably the biggest music awards event of the year…the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards. I’ve been planning to do a little who will probably win/who should win-type post for…
Whoa, my mom is getting married tomorrow. (That was a good, excited “whoa.” But a whoa all the same. :)) #fb
It’s basically impossible to listen to the Abbey Road medley & not realize that the Beatles are one of the best bands ever. #fb
Robyn: example of how good dance music can be. And it took me so long to hear her music…why?
RT @mindykaling: The endless amount of circling of this police helicopter over my house can only mean that I am the murderer.
(And by “next” I mean “first.” Which won’t be for a while, chances are. :))
NPR has Adele’s new album streaming two weeks before it comes out here in the States? Love. :)
$200,000 on Wii Jeopardy! (caveat: it was definitely easy mode) tonight. Heck to the yes. :)
Hmmm, should I write an album review for my blog at nearly 11 at night? Eh, I’ll try. Couldn’t hurt.
Album Review: Hu Hu Hu: http://wp.me/p19uKQ-2n
(My brain is pretty much wired to music. :) )
Guilty pleasure: Get Outta My Way by, ahem, Kylie Minogue. Surprisingly killer chord progression/something. And it’s fun. :)
Hmmm, perhaps I should have split that into two hashtags. I should get more practice using them, probably. #startingnow
Alex Wurman’s score for March of the Penguins: Understated beauty & brilliance.
Blanket, you shall be my best friend tonight. :)
37 degrees in the sunshine…in Arizona. #thewonderofwinter
RT @localnatives: I’m voting for @localnatives to win the @mtvu Breaking Woodie Award for the 2011 #Woodies. RT to spread the vote. bit. …
Ah, Noteflight…it’s good to be back using you again. Now I’m going to get ready for bed. Yay for actually being tired!