by Anonymous Coward
Actually, no, I read the fucking article.
It spoke about how the amount of pop music on men's playlists decreased and leveled off around their mid-30s. That's why I specifically mentioned that my music library has a lot of pop music, and it's why I mentioned Ariana Grande, a current pop singer.
From around 15 to 25, musical tastes expand quickly, and the share of mainstream music on a listener's playlists decreases before leveling out in the mid-30s.
I could mention all of the other genres in my music library, but they wouldn't be as relevant to what it actually says in the actual article that I actually read.
As a kid born in the early 1980s, I mostly listened to pop.
In the mid-1990s I started listening to mostly what would then be called "alternative rock".
In the mid-2000s, I switched to mostly pop.
In the 2010s, I'm listening to mostly pop and dance music, with a lot of EDM, and some hip-hop. My musical tastes are wider than ever.
As I post this I'm listening to the last song added to my music library Ariana Grande's "One Last Time".
And 20/1200 basically means "A person can read at 20 feet with a person with generally good vision should be able to read at 1200 feet."
I got that the links were jokes, but even after clicking the link to the Coneheads IMDB entry I didn't realize that the whole blurb was referring to the Coneheads.
I guess I'm just not one of the people with this ideopathic encephaly.
Yes, I agree completely. Whatever could be more fascistic than trying to make sure that each person in the country has a say in who runs the government.
Two children running into each other in the desert doesn't imply that adults don't exist.
-or they would have to be more selective about what they prosecuted.
5-17 year old took a nude picture of herself? Well I'd *like* to prosecute that, but I'm too busy prosecuting this other case.
Kill in clear self defense? Again, I'd *like* to prosecute that, but I'm too busy prosecuting this other case.
Can you imagine how horrible that would be?
Or enter a different name completely. Note that that's not an apology. It's just something that will accomplish what you're trying to do. Once you enter a different title and no other songs have the same mistake then it won't present that suggestion. This behavior is still unacceptable.
The problem is that iTunes is autofilling what you're typing, but is using a list of all similar items(song names, artist names, et cetera, including the item you're trying to replace). It's fine to include a list of all similar items, but what's already there should not be a suggestion for what you're trying to enter there.
In Mission Control in System Preferences you can uncheck "Group windows by application" to get Exposé functionality back. It's not that I disagree with anything you've mentioned, because I don't think that should be checked by default, but I thought it should be mentioned so that other Mac users can see it.
I'm sure that criminals will all be quaking in their boots to find out that the only people trying to catch them are people who couldn't even figure out how to get music for free.
My name's Mr. SmarterThanI!
Do you want a grammar lesson?
I'm not sure what it would mean. For all we know, maybe there's only one sentient being, and maybe they're reading this(or wrote it), and maybe they created this simulation and just don't remember doing so.
If the universe is a simulation, the fact that other bodies act in ways that approximate my own activities is not itself definitive proof of their consciousnesses. Or maybe some have consciousness but not all.
As someone who watches ASMR videos, the ability to control the direction where the viewer experiences sounds coming from is a really great thing, and if it's used properly it could be really beneficial to the entertainment experience.