In what will be my crowning geeky moment, I am going to be flickering, blogging and twittering the Leopard launch tomorrow. If anyone is in the area and wants to say hi, drop down and I might let you touch my Macbook… gently…
What: Mac OS X Leopard Launch
When: Friday, 26th October, 2007 (tomorrow)
Where: NextByte Store, Corner Clarence/Erskine St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Free, but $158 if you’re buying a copy of the latest OS like me!
James Blunt’s "music" is actually popular somewhere?, originally uploaded by Mitch Malone on flickr.com.
Some may remember the post I wrote called James Blunt Sucks. In fact, if you ever read here, you should definitely remember it because it caused a hell of a ruck.
Anyway, after not having heard much from James Blunt in a little while except for a murmur of an album, I looked at my favourite news site this morning and noticed that “songs from James Blunt’s 2005 debut album Back to Bedlam are the most popular at weddings and funerals.”
Wow, I totally eat my words about any horrible thing I’ve ever said about James. Wait, no I don’t, this just goes to prove two points.
- James Blunt’s music is most appropriate for already depressing occasions.
- Brides are hormonal and know jack shit about music, and still have too much control over weddings. Grooms, stand up for your right to have testicles.
James Blunt – please put yourself out of my misery.
Twitter Public Timeline, originally uploaded by Mitch Malone on flickr.com.
A rather timely public timeline printscreen. I wonder if these guys update regularly together?