On music streaming in 2017

It should have been harder to give up using my Pandora streaming music service. Years had been spent clicking up and down training stations to play a perfected collection of sonic awesomeness. Seamlessly the Amazon Music Unlimited service has replaced my usage of Pandora music streaming. It happened without any real fanfare or celebration. Access to unlimited music seems to be my prefered listening experience.

Surfing the web for guitars

I have been eyeing an Ibanez JS140 guitar online. It seems the advertising tracking algorithms have noticed my interest and are splashing up guitar sales on every website. That is not something that I mind to see from website to website, but it is rather interesting. This is probably the most focused advertising campaign I have seen since watching a few videos on the Casper mattress.

Watching some college football bowl games

College football bowl matchups should be catching my attention. For some reason they are not really catching my attention this year. John Paul has been talking about wanting to go to a Nuggets basketball game. That sounds like an exciting adventure. Weather in Colorado has turned bitterly cold. Walking into the game would be a bit of a challenge. Games at the Pepsi center are usually pretty warm.

A day of algorithms and vortexes

People keep talking about the polar vortex. It is very cold in Colorado. Even my morning cup of coffee is not enough to start the day. Amazon has started sending me emails about Chromebooks. The most recent one had a 50 dollar off deal. It appears that the algorithms being used for marketing have identified my interest in Chromebooks. I’m not sure owning more than one Chromebook at a time is something that needs to happen. It is probably not something that is going to happen anytime soon. Maybe I will end up trying out one of the laptop shells that are powered by your smartphone.

My thoughts on social networking live video services

Online video streaming seems to a ubiquitous application feature. Bandwidth limitations used to slow down video usage on mobile devices. That barrier seems to have disappeared. Today it seemed like a good idea to give the new Twitter Go Live feature a try. It seems like pretty much every service has a go live feature these days. Over one hundred folks viewed a video of Peppercorn the dog sitting on the floor. I’m sure it was a true highlight.