It’s that time of the year again. Do I compile a list of my albums of the year or not?
I’m disappointed to find out that Dropbox is closing down its photo organising app, Carousel. It became one of my favourite apps and while the app itself was free I did upgrade my Dropbox account to “Pro” in order to make full use of it.
I hope they take the best of Carousel and build it into the Dropbox app because that doesn’t really do the job at the moment. Flickr might be the way to go again.
Great! I have this DO Note posting setup working the way I want now. It’s just a pity that there’s no quick way to add a photo. That would be perfect.
Lee feels that Peart’s comments about retirement have been misconstrued and sensationalised. “That’s how it goes in the media,” he says. “Talking about something when there’s nothing to talk about.” He is adamant that Peart, and Rush, will carry on. But for how long, he cannot say. The wear and tear of age is also telling on Lifeson, who has arthritis.
He hasn’t retired yet but it’s sad to hear about our musical heroes getting old. If anyone deserves a bit of peace and quiet it’s Neil.
I took part in the Pledge campaign to help get this thing produced. I’ve had my name in the booklets of a few CDs now but seeing my name scrolling past over the end credits of a concert DVD induces a different feeling altogether. It’s very strange.
He was Lemmy and he played rock’n’roll. Let’s honour his memory by never turning the music down. Turn it up. Turn it up some more. Rest in peace? Fuck that. Rest in ear-wrenching, tooth-rattling, speaker-bursting glory, Lemmy. We will never forget you.
Dom Lawson’s is the best of all of the Lemmy tributes I’ve read today.