I really like this song — Be aware there are some swears in this content.
It’s a great song.
Now some may say “Hey – Mike … Aren’t you a little old for this sort of angsty shouty stuff”. And you’d probably be right. Personally I think I have a good mix between the shouty and cool. I’ve recently started getting into cool jazz – I got Time Out and I have even tried some John Coltrane – some of it’s cool, but I just don’t get some of it.
Anyway I sat here at the laptop, having just fixed the FilmFixer script, and thought “I’ll see what’s cookin’ in the digital amazon music store”. I racked my brains trying to remember pierce the veil – All i could remember was that it was a bank job music video. Eventually I found the video and had a look at amazon to see what deals they had.
I dug around and found The war of the worlds – the original 1938 broadcast staring Orson Welles for £0.99, and I eventually found the album that featured King for a day.
The MP3 Album is £7.49 – or I can buy the CD – which has a free mp3 version of the album for £4.99 – which I would have straight away. Even with the packaging and postage – that would come to £6.48 – still cheaper than buying the MP3 album.
Go looking for Pierce the Veil in the Amazon CD store, and you can buy the album for £8.60
Find the same album in the MP3 music store, and you can buy the CD for £4.99
Orders over £10 get free delivery, so by adding something else i needed, I was able to buy the album for £4.99. I decided that, as I have much more music these days, that I’d get a larger SD card for my phone, as the 8GB I have at the moment is full, and I hardly have any music on it at the moment.
And the Auto rip was available right away 🙂
At my day job they’re holding a summer fete featuring “guess the manager” – cake stalls and all sorts of cool events. So for lunch I’m having a burger!
here’s a shot of the carpark
And this gentleman was walking round with samples of a locally made delicacy
In the previous post I talked about setting up Jenkins – I have also been able to apply the same instructions to an Azure hosted linux sever.
The instructions are identical – except that the ports need to be connected
Configure ports for Jenkins
Using the endpoint configuration I was able to map the 8080 to port 80. I needed to set up the security so that anonymous users could see the job status but would be unable to run or add jobs.
I create a user and set up the security like this :
Configure Jenkins security
I’m going to start this blog post by saying : I’m not an animator. I know nothing about animation. Well that’s not strictly true – I did learn something about animation from this tutorial video :
Rach got a sports direct mug… Here is is on my desk full of vending machine coffee. It holds 3 vending machine cups, whereas the aperture science mug next to it only holds 2 vending machine mugs. My little jazz Lego guy is in awe of the scale of this coffee!