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5 Things:

  1. Carol Kay is a legendary bassist. She played on every good record. This tiny moment of instagram is the single most useful and profound moment of music instruction you will ever see. The metronome has to sound like it’s grooving. (Possibly a useful metaphor for other things too)

  2. You’re probably familiar with Occam’s Razor. There are other razors! I’m drawn to Newton’s Flaming Laser Sword: don’t debate things that can’t be settled with experiments.

  3. It shouldn’t be a surprise but the stamps celebrating Syria’s 1970s electronics industry are gorgeous. (via Amalia)

  4. Allie Morgan: “Things I have learned about the general public whilst working at the library

    (Number 9. Some people are so afraid of computers that they will come to you with a query and then become upset if you offer to look it up on the computer instead of in a book.)

    (Number 10. Some people have never, ever used a telephone. Especially older women. Their husband did it for them.)

  5. Spend 15 minutes listening to Ned Beauman admiring, envying and mocking beavers.

Pleasant internet!

(There are 649 of you. The 649 bus route runs between Romford, Parkside Avenue and Campion School. On 3 September 2020 the route’s Alexander Dennis Enviro 400s were replaced by Wright Eclipse Gemini 3 bodied Volvo B5LHs.)