I always struggle to define myself.
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If anyone needs an out of body musical experience, Anjunabeats and Tony McGuinness never fails: youtube.com/watch?...
CSVs and CSV usage is such a mess I don't know where to start. Excel being a big cause of the headache. Anyone have an Excel alternative that doesn't try and mess with CSVs? Something "pure"? (Other than editing text directly...)
I work with CSV a lot. There used to be a time when Libre Office had a pretty good CSV support, including the character encodings which are one of the headaches Excel gives you. However, for quite a while now I've been using a piece of software named Easy Data Transform. That covers all our use cases and helps with semi-automating things. It's paid software though.
I'm making my way through everyone's music suggestions - many thanks to everyone that shared!
anything stick out as "really good"?
I'm experimenting with using more minimalist software. What minimalist web tools do you lovely people like?
not a webtool but recently got into using FOAM for note taking and finding it very useful: github.com/foambub...
I need new music - who can recommend me some?
Which genres do you like?
#Fakear released "Everything Will Grow Again" recently. I quite enjoy it especially after reading magneticmag.com/20...
You can try the Tetris Effect OST, it has some interesting tunes (:
The Beths (indie-pop band from NZ) released a new album a couple of days ago and it's been on repeat in my house since. thebethsnz.bandcam...
Rome by Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi
Sophie's recent set is really good. The texture and timbre of her software synthesizers are something to behold youtube.com/watch?...
Among my current favourite artists are Lazerhawk, Com Truise, Skyler Spence, DeadHeaven.
It's 20 years old, but I still miss Tricky Woo. This is off arguably their best album, Les Sables Magiques: youtu.be/qZrsjnQ2-V8
If you like rap I can recommend witt lowry.
Why not good old fashioned heavy metal with iron maiden or pop music with abba?