no not ‘180’…
for our American readers, that’s an English reference that the chaps can explain if there is interest. Meanwhile – back to the plot.
that is how many posts the chaps have delivered since we launched with number one on The 20th December 2016. That is a lot … we can barely keep up! Not sure how you all are doing it.
More than 1 a day, then. A little obsessive.?
In celebration of number two hundred we are changing it up a bit and launching a new ‘daily dose’ newsletter as well as offer a weekly curation. You can subscribe to those newsletters below – if you haven’t already.
Meanwhile, you might enjoy some of these recent posts that you might want to go back to and revisit – or maybe even read for the first time. Trust us – even if you read them originally – you will find extensions in there.
|Lost And Found Dept. — Music Section
By far our most-commented piece, pushing into Punk and Politics, with a side of When I Were A Lad. Includes our first and last (?) pop pinup, imagine that, and Punk’s most fashionable and least sustainable couple.
|How About Harry Styles?
There is a world famous drummer that has offered to play for him. Not that he needs to – he just thinks that Harry is cool and has a vibe that vibes with his vibe, That said, you might be surprised at who that drummer is.
|Remember Further musings on AI, programming and music
Well quite apart from the rather interesting videos that got embedded there – the post expanded and well tickle me with a feather duster – comments galore appended!
|Oh … and then the Maths v Math debate
Turns out we aren’t talking ourselves judging by the commentary that appended itself to that post.
Proof that just because you can – does not mean you should, for example check out the third mashup we just added.
|Remember the Drones post?
There has been some additional conversation, video and even a potential time warp introduced.
|More Vintage Music
It was 50 years ago today, Sydney Barrett taught the band to play … Seduction, Pink Floyd Style. Has it aged well? All three Chaps have opinions (!), some new and original, one vintage itself.
|All Around The Houses
Good Yorkshire phrase, that. Started with trains, then just goes all over the place, covering music, language, history — and that’s just Page 1. Typical Chap stuff. Lots of comments. All good fun in its own rambling way.