i now have a top ten track list courtesy of… was feeling (as usual) bored waiting for ubuntu edgy to download, so i decides to peeps into my user profile. the usual blab about some tracks not being properly tagged, and i see my rhythmbox submitted tracks. i’m feelin fresh observing my own music listenin habits, and noticing that they’re not as accurate as i think… i guess too much skipping around causes inconsistencies.

so i now see this ‘add to your blog’ link, and i follows it. next i know, i’m given some html code that i can paste in myspace.. oh well, it doesn’t seem to contain any magic in it, so i guess i can integrate it into blogger. off we go, after 3 failed login attempts, they remind me of my username… (chuckles) and i types my password and i’m in editing my template. i know just where to paste it since i’m fluent in html and css blah blah…

and now, i have a gif that shows my top ten when you look at my blog. (the links section)

another excuse for you to observe my weird music listening habits.

sincerely yours.

ubuntu and hardware

i applaud ubuntu’s decision to include closed-source drivers in their next release. this doesn’t mean i won’t like open source drivers, i just can’t cope with trying to get my hardware to work with each upgrade anymore… easing that pain is very welcome.

i’ll still make careful choices when purchasing hardware of course.