tons of good music and lovely evenings aligned
the stuff I believe in, it’s bluntly sweeping your mind
concerts supreme, no matter a ride to the stars
another great memory forever burnt into my heart
the stories we shared, lessons we learned, they’d suffice
why couldn’t it stay, because it was rather nice by itself
you said you don’t remember a thing
and while you blame all those drinks
I’d say love is never free
all kingdoms burst eventually
Someone dropped 4 files into my shared folder at Audiogalaxy more than 12 years ago, and to this day I never found out where these Diaco guys came from. The writing, performance, and quality is incredible, but the Internet never knew them. I’m not sharing them in the hopes somebody will come forward. Instead, I’ll share them because the recordings are simply too valuable to be forgotten! My personal favourite is Alone In The Dark, closely followed by Lindsay.
Hello, this is a short service announcement. I have pushed PCAP and ERF file reader support, slowly turning peak into libpeak: a network-related base infrastructure for C projects in userland. May somebody find it useful, entertaining or better than pulling in libpcap just for the sake of skimming through trace files. That’s all for now. Really.
It’s all too easy to blame the listener or ‘audience’ in a meeting or social setting when they disagree, or — in your eyes — have missed the point. Your ‘performance’ has not struck the right chord — you didn’t pick up the body language signals that suggested doubt, uncertainty or hostility on their part, and so your lack of awareness precluded you from even trying to rectify the situation.
James Borg – Body Language
you come at me with your smile
something I haven’t seen in a while
and somewhere along those lines
I must have lost track of time
but I do see things don’t change
a lifetime neatly stashed away
oh day, oh night, come and relate to me about
no love, no light, for anyone but oneself, it’s alright
to cry, to fly away for a while