Stoke Newington buggy jam. This is how the pubs are these days.
Hooray! @Savagesband album and EP.
This should be the Savages album.
Well-fired pain au chocolat. Still, they charged me less than usual.
The long hard winter made everything dormant, but now the bluebells are out in our garden.
What in all the bells is “Banana Ketchup”???
Spring springing in Hackney. This seems to happen every year. Eventually. #spring #hackney
We spent a few days in Cologne over Easter. I took lots of photographs. Here are two that have had some tweaking in Lightroom. I’m especially pleased with the second one. The effect is almost like an impressionist painting to my eye.
Spotify has always behaved weirdly regarding how you queue tracks up. Today I think I realised why.
They think “Queue this track up” means “Cue this track up”. They’re thinking like DJs, but they are confused by homophones.
I’m thinking like a programmer, I admit: queues are first-in-first-out; but more importantly, like an ordinary person: you join a queue at the end, not just behind the person at the front.
See this discussion on their suggestions board which explains the weirdness, and is where (as I was adding a comment) I suddenly understood their thinking. Also definition 2 of “cue” is the appropriate one.
Edited: Queues are of course first-in-first-out, not last-in-first-out, as I wrote. That would be a stack, in programming terms. Whoops!