Please enjoy the new song "Mon bum a besoin de danser" ("my (butt) needs to dance") titled and inspired by a certain young gentleman saying those words when asked to take it easy at some point. in the spirit of the original franglais sentence, lyrics are in french and english (and a little spanish).
I am very proud of Burn the Earth’s second album “Resurrection,” which we've just finished. In a few weeks it will be on whatever streaming/download service you use, but you can have it now (and then) for free by downloading it from https://jeremy.org/music/2019/Resurrection/
The mastermind behind this band (including especially all the non-bass guitars) is the inestimable Paul Boutin. Vocals (and album art) by yours truly.
I hope you like it.
If you are the kind of person who loves (making) duck rillettes, I would like to recommend that you make them with duck gizzards and a pressure cooker. This writer has discovered that two hours under high pressure in duck fat produces a result that is if anything superior to normal rillettes made from leg and thigh meat.
I am pleased to announce the release of newhope-0.1.0.0, a Haskell library for the NewHope cryptographic key exchange protocol. Available at Crypto.NewHope via your friendly neighborhood Hackage:
Hey @mala, do you have an opinion on the currently best community-friendly FOS license?
Tired of saying "anti-vax"? Just replace it with "pro-pandemic." (H/T @anca)
Recently a Japanese monk was issued a citation for driving while in his traditional robes and in response, other monks are demonstrating that they can safely perform other physical actions in robes. The hashtag to search is #僧衣でできるもん (https://twitter.com/…/%E5%83%A7%E8%A1%A3%E3%81%A7%E3%81%A7%…); the below is one of my favorites:
Last recording of 2018, bounced fifteen minutes or so before midnight.
Still a few bits to clean up, but here it is:
Field data could not be decoded (error 108)
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