Let’s see here: the cloud amounts to streaming stuff you own so you don’t have to clutter up your pcs and eat up all your memory, so if you didn’t wanna download U2 you didn’t have to. You could still listen to it. The thing is, everybody clouds the issue and if the issue is privacy, it is clouded more. You want privacy? Stream your brain it is all you will ever get in 2014.
I am sure all of us of a certain age tire of not having privacy, we are not used to it even now and we feel whatever is the essence of us is invaded, a younger generation doesn’t see privacy in such terms and there is something to be said for the loss, because while to my mind what we do lose is huge, what we gain isn’t nothing.
We can’t imagine the world of the 1700s, when people really were to themselves, where life was insulated. Starting with the industrial age and ever forward from there, the world has become a smaller and smaller place to where it is today, an overload of information and also an overload of personal information.
The thing is, there is too much information which means except for people trying to sell you stuff, and nosy members of the NSA, nobody really gives a damn that you beat your wang to movies of transvestite hookers crapping on fat businessmen’s faces. The only time the invasion of your privacy is important is when your privacy is most neccessary to you: so, yeah, nobody cares until they do and when they do care your lifes safeguards, your privacy and I am not even suggesting illegality at all here, is common knowledge. then you are screwed.
distinct and wondrous without being obvious or obnoxious
except for the title track the songs are on vacation
simultaneously self-effacing and egomaniacs
essentially a disco remix of “Rocket Man” featuring one of the the UK’s biggest stars…
“I literally really need you to jump up and down”
Friday night might kill us but Thursday evening is a blast
it just isn’t the triumph she needed after six years
an impressive sonic ride.
a high-spirited Post Pandemic anthem