The Pearlfishers have a new album out. [Sometimes It Rains in Glasgow – YouTube](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hn68fOEMPLI&list=OLAK5uy_mSdbroqtB0ZsSKmMy_YLn_UawAQQbwbs0&index=10&t=0s)
Norman Blake and the rest of Teenage Fanclub in fine form in Oslo.
Twitter has not publicly explained why it has been able to so successfully eradicate ISIS while it continues to struggle with white nationalism.
One of the unexpected joys of parenting has been the way it sort of reignited a spark in me. Drawing with my kids is fun. Anyway, here’s Pippi Batstockings.
I like _Mission Impossible: Fallout_, but the pace throws me off a bit. I didn’t realize they’d moved from London to Paris until Tower Bridge popped up.
Following a massive fire that destroyed significant portions of the Catholic cathedral, Paris officials vowed Tuesday to rebuild Notre Dame despite the cosmic absurdity of seeking inherent meaning in the fleeting creations of man.
Paris Vows To Rebuild Notre Dame Despite Cosmic Absurdity Of Seeking Inherent Meaning In Fleeting Creations Of Man
I razed my Twitter account, then re-followed some accounts. That worked for a while, but now my timeline is filled with tweets others have liked, things I never signed up to see. It’s becoming obvious that Twitter is broken by design. Sigh.
This is sad to read. [Notre Dame fire: Paris cathedral devastated by ferocious blaze – World news – The Guardian](https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/apr/15/notre-dame-fire-paris-france-cathedral)
If the Tories’ current refusal to engage with the economy were limited to the Prime Minister, it might be a manageable problem. After all, all the signs are that we will have a new Tory leader in the not too distant future. There’s a problem, however: when we look at the state of economic thinking in the wider Conservative Party, it is not clear that it is in great shape either.
I remember when Apple announcements got as much press as Game of Thrones episodes. Also: I bet a Jony Ive-designed Iron Throne would look more inviting, but be equally unergonomic.