I’ve been digging the Apple Music recommendations in For You, and habitually tapping the heart for many songs. So, I finally reset downloads for Rdio on my iPhone. 😭
The app storage usage dropped from 26.8 GB to 620 MB.
Onward. Don’t blow this for us, Apple Music!
Amy and I enjoyed Sarah perform with Mike Jung and Kyle Graham this evening at Hillcrest Retirement Community in La Verne.
Steve Choi tweeted earlier today:
That led to:
Despite intermittent streaming issues, I’m still really stoked to watch them again!
My colleague, Dennis Hong, posted about his music preference while working: Add Some Urgency to Your Daily Workflow. Movie soundtracks are cool, and I wanted to share a couple Rdio playlists or stations — generally without words — that I’ve used for awhile.
Ambient by Timmii is:
Pertaining to or noting sounds that create a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere.
Concentrate by Trent Walton and 33 collaborators are:
Songs with few or no words. Maybe not too many songs from any one artist.
Occasionally, I’ll listen to the Rdio Baroque station.
Congrats, Finch! Thank you for doing the following:
I’ll keep this here in case this ever changes. ;)
Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday at the Observatory!1
When working in the WordPress.com Terms of Service queues, I listen to my Rdio collection while adding catchy songs to a Rdio playlist.
So far, there are over seventy songs at 322 minutes. I’ll keep adding as I go. Enjoy! :)
I never got caught up reading my saved Instapaper articles. In addition to getting caught up watching episodes of The Blacklist, here are a few music albums on Rdio that helped me endure about 17 hours between Budapest, Munich, and Los Angeles. I’m especially fond of the new Chiodos album.