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Wonder if all those high-tech companies still want to move to TX?

I mean, don’t they sort of require a stable supply of electricity? Won’t their employees expect electrical service to be, you know, available?

Thank you for the hearts, dear hearts

You have gotten me through many years with your humor (looking especially at you, The Ferret) and insights. Thanks to the Admins for this incredible community.

YouTube's lo-fi music streams are all about the euphoria of less

Dion Lewis was trying to make the best out of a difficult situation. Last August, when a storm left his Chicago neighborhood without electricity for a week, he improvised. Lewis had recently created a YouTube page for tutorials about the various aspects of computer programming called Code Pioneers, and that first night, unable to record, he decided to gather his wife and daughter for some quality time. Together in their living room surrounded by flickering candles, the three of them sat listening to songs Lewis “previously downloaded to use as background music” in his video tutorials. They included tracks like RalphReal’s “Mix It Up” and “Wallflowers” by the Portland experimentalist musician Bad Snacks.

Article: https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2021/02/youtubes-lo-fi-music-streams-are-all-about-the-euphoria-of-less

I debated whether to post this in Music Appreciation, but put it here in GD because there may be others besides me who can’t listen to music with words while working. The compilations on YouTube are remarkable (like this one):

Everyday People -- Sly and the Family Stone

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