Spur of the moment decision to make Max’s shirt when I get home tonight. Picking up shirts to destroy at H&M.
This may end up being ‘Max on a budget’.
I read so slowly these days, but somehow I managed to read 100+ pages this morning.
Excited because I have book two sitting in my bag waiting for me.
And this time my mom can’t take it away from me.
(That’s why I never read beyond book 2 in middle school. My GRRM and Anita Blake books were among those confiscated by my parentals >.>)
Definitely needs an actual app for ease, BUT! I’m listening to google music on my iPhone on the starbucks wireless.
You win this round, Google.
There is probably something problematic with what Gail is going on about on twitter right now, but I can’t right now on my phone.
I wish DC BNFs and others would just shush for a hot second.
Edit: I should say, more accurately, it’s bothering ME. This continued attempt to justify this Batgirl thing is as annoying as it is transparent.
Oh, and um, the Cubs had an adorbs celebration huddle/jumping/hug thing last night. I am glad I watched that game, even though there was no Beard— which was technically a good thing. Because then the Giants would have won.
But still, boys. A+.
Because it’s hillariously bad.
Is that cool?
Do people do that?
I guess I am.
Wait. How does this Google Music work? Is it Cloud based?
Yep, cloud based. You upload everything from your PC (you can use multiple PCs), they keep it… whereever they keep it, and then you can access it anywhere you want. There’s an Android app as well, and I’m hoping for an iPhone app, because that would be perfect.
I really really like it. Because I only have 16 gigs on my ipod (I know, #firstworldproblems) I don’t get to listen to all 6,000+ songs I have on the computer (more #firstworldproblems), but I stuck everything on Google Music and BAM! I decided I wanted to listen to Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Who today at work —neither which are on my ipod— and there it was.
This is one Google expansion I can get behind.
Coworker: I’d prefer not to call [WME agent with intense reputation]. To be perfectly honest, s/he’s kind of terrifying and I don’t feel comfortable calling them as just an assistant to ask for this.
The Starling: I don’t care if you’re scared of him. Do it.
Coworker: No, but really, this is probably going to sound better coming from you since you’re the head of the company.
The Starling: I don’t want to subject myself to calling someone with their reputation. It might be upsetting.
All of this is honest and true. All of it.