Link: The Wilderness Downtown
Interactive, customized music video, set to Arcade Fire’s We Used To Wait.
Actually quite beautiful.
That’s a lot of rocks.
Now, see, you have a choice…
Missing the city? Not so much, but I brought the hipster style along with.
It’s damn hot here, so I mean, why wouldn’t you sleep in the sink?
It happens kind of often if you try subscribing to an RSS feed. The site publishes both an RSS feed and an Atom feed. So your browser (it’s a browser from Google, so of course your browser does this instead of doing the non-space-cadet thing) asks you which one you want to subscribe to.
I don’t care. I will never care. I am familiar with both formats, and know the benefits and drawbacks to both of them. I still don’t care, and will never care. If I click on a UI widget (which WTF is up with the RSS widget icon anyway. Is it really beaming something out? Is the web a fucking cell phone?) I just want it to do something, not ask me another question.
This choice is irrelevant. It’s irrelevant to me, and I’m able to see the green rain of code behind everything. Knock that shit off.
So I went out of town for a few days because I was tired of it being so damn cold. The forecast up here says it’ll be nice and hot, but damn, it isn’t yet, and it looks nice in the city. Of course, when I come back into town it’ll be dreary and cold again.
I made firewood today, with an axe.