Also, what sort of bastard algorithm puts The Smiths after The Pixies - especially at this time of the morning. Have a heart.
I start noticing the song more if the new one is something I know but feels out of context, less going from a song I know to one I don't.
I'm experimenting with spotify again (to make life easier when switching between work and personal devices) and though I'm traditionally a full album listener, I'm beginning to understand one possible draw towards shuffled mixes: It's so much harder to let it drift into the background - my expectations keep being disrupted.
That sounds like a bad thing (it is when I'm trying to work) but I can see how it'd lead to closer listening too.
The interesting thing about this to me,is not actually the data sovereignty bit but the revealing that actually, for all these things are technical constructs, at the end of the day human relationships between devs / dev/opts / admins / management / etc matter in ways that are completely invisible on the surface of the systems involved.
Doing an incident investigation resulted in not one, but two additional incidents! “Oh hey... So this graph that demonstrates the undesirable behaviour seems to be... now?” #oopsOps
I am confused by that URL not being clickable...
It is easy (for me at least) to forget just how vast and diverse Russia is. This sounds grim but probably not surprising. https://youtu.be/XauTmH74SQg
This toot is in no way a direct test of notification behaviour. @amyherself
How do links to tweets get previewed, if at al... https://twitter.com/timnicholas/status/1260710029398667264?s=20
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