Music:Dan Benjamin and Marco Arment - #22: Too Many App Stores
And the "we have a final design" serendipity continues as we keep finding additional things for the room. Like this light.
Life, otherwise, continues apace. lady_fox and I went to an underwhelming Cirque show last night. Now, let me say these things before you call me a Philistine:
It was still a Cirque show.
It is a Cirque show and should have a high standard.
The audience seemingly didn't want to be there in that they were kind of "meh" when there was a slight pause for applause and were even actively discouraging some people from being enthusiastic. Thus, the feedback loop that is the audience-performance cycle wasn't working and, subsequently, the performance was without power. It wasn't a bad show (see point 1) but it was flat (see point 2).
Life sidenotes include:
I am frustrated with my father who wants to retire, feels like he is unable to do so or lack of savings, and (I interpret some terse emails as [I own my interpretation and cannot assume it was his intent]) sort of jabbing me for asking him to come see a Mahler concert in May.
Typical poly annoyance with the dating scene
What dating scene?
Work is actually looking good with a few transfers ultimately giving us a leg up in an area were were struggling in.
Visit with the nutritionist yesterday was.. odd.
Ditching DishNetwork next month in favor of ad hoc AppleTV downloads
Looks like we can buy as-it-airs shows we watch (Top Chef, Project Runway, Supernatural et al.) and that cost will be less monthly than a TV subscription.
Also, I can repairs the stupid hole stupid installer guy put in the house.
I think I booked one wedding with another tentative if they can get money for my fee together.