Apparently for the last few days — you must have noticed — some musical baton went through weblog land; or so to say, a part of it. Because I don’t want to spoil to fun for the people that handed me the ‘meme thing’ here it goes.
(Andrew Hayward collected some history on this for those who are interested. That leaded of course to the inevitable that he got memed himself.)
You can't beat a bit of Manu Chao. "Mama was Queen of the Mambo, Papa was King of the Congo, Deep down in the jungle I started bangin' my first bongo."
It's good nobody passed (as yet) the baton to me since, well, I don't have any music on my computer at all. Unbelievable, isn't it?
Yes Charl, I don't believe you. Who doesn't have music on their computer? Unless you just got it today. ;)
Heheh! Well, the funny thing is that I used to have some music on my computer, but sometime I reformatted and now I just listen to music directly on my CD player not even going through my computer. That way, when my computer crashes, I don't have to stop listening to music.
Sorry, this is the crappiest excuse I could think of. :-)
Doesn’t Microsoft deliver some MIDI files with their OS?
What makes you think I'm using Windows? ;-)
Actually, I'm still partially on Windows, but there must be some music both on Windows and Linux if I really go and dig hard...
Yes! It took three of us, but we've momentarily convinced you to diverge from your technical writing path :D
Won't anybody pass the baton to Ian Hickson? I'd like to see his reaction...
Sander already tried to pass it to Hixie. I suppose it wouldn't hurt to try again, though.