A timeline of events mentioned in this lovely history book.
@tomcoates Oh, thank god for that.
@suegyford I assumed it was something everyone would have seen already, but apparently not!
@jwheare No it's not.
@abscond Does it?
@stml No it doesn't.
@chrislunch Ssshhh, don't mention Douglas the Lurpak man. It's off-brand and they'll get ad-spasms.
@paulpod Ha yes. Also, the "Peel filter" which every so often plays a track too fast or slow.
Folks, please don't take an analogy crammed into 140 characters *too* seriously. I'll have to blog if you carry on :)
@imakec02 Garageband is a long, long way from Instagram or the sepia filter on your digital camera.
@imakec02 Not for bog-standard consumer listening, like photo filters.
@sam_andrews Yeah. People show off photos+effects, while music listening is purely personal. But still, why like old visuals, but not audio?
(If people love their dumb retro photo filters, why aren't there retro audio filters: AM Radio; Crackly Vinyl; Stretched Tape?)
Wanted: iTunes plugin that, between tracks, plays the sound of a 7" falling from a stack to the turntable, then vinyl crackling...
@gilest "It's not too soon," he said / "It's not too soon at all" / "You might as well be dead," he said / "If you're afraid to fall."
@maxgadney Maybe just some polite clapping next time.
@morrick They don't need to feel spoiled in order to break the rules unfortunately. (I say all this as a cyclist myself.)
@gilest I want the "Change iTunes playlist to what Giles has tweeted" AppleScript. Doing it manually every time is a faff. (Love that album)
@maxgadney Good, nothing as satisfying as a policeman berating errant cyclists.
Cyclists: You should only disobey the rules of the road if you have an alien in your basket and are trying to escape the secret service.