The rather cryptic title is the designation of our back door by the site what3words.com which you can read about here. What the people at what3words have done is divide the face of the earth into 3m x 3m squares, each named by three simple words in a dotted triplet form. These are obviously much simpler to communicate to a prospective visitor than latitude and longitude, consistent across boundaries where postcodes and addresses aren’t, and much, much less likely to suffer transcription errors in communication. Its also pretty accurate, if I ask you to come to rates.interacts.equipment you will arrive at the front door.
All in all, brilliant.
Apple appear to have learned their lesson from the U2 album Songs of Innocence and chosen not to offer me $100 million to give my new album to everybody as a free download.
However, Nescience is now available on CD Baby and iTunes, with amazon.com and elsewhere to follow.
Let it go is available as a single on CD Baby here
Steam is now available as a single from the CDBaby website here.
A trip back to the 1970’s San Francisco music scene, with all its attendant creative and imaginative spirituality. The title is WikiPedia’s translation of Carlos Santana’s name given to him as a disciple of Guru Sri Chinmoy.
Another joke pinched from the Motley Fool message boards :-
First woman on the moon…
“Houston, we have a problem.”
What’s the problem?
Please tell us?
“You know what the problem is.”
Despite what I said last post, this is another track from Nescience which I may release as a single through CD Baby, hence the non-album artwork.
I say may, because I’ve got stuck on the CD Baby upload page where they ask for descriptions of your style, the track, and your musical influences. Other people don’t seem to have a problem with this but I come over all British and want to write “Not too bad really” or “Try it and you may like it” and similar. I’ll need a bit of time to work on this, in the interim, here’s the SoundCloud version.