Mimsy Were the Borogoves

Music: Are you ready for that? Driving your car down a desert highway listening to the seventies and eighties rise like zombies from the rippling sand? I hope so.

42 Astoundingly Useful Scripts and Automations for the Macintosh

Work faster and more reliably. Use Perl, Python, AppleScript, Swift, and Automator to automate the drudgery of computer use. Add actions to the services menu and the menu bar, and create drag-and-drop apps.

Use simple scripts and make your Macintosh play music, roll dice, and talk to you. Create ASCII art from your photos. There’s a script for all of that in my new book, 42 Astoundingly Useful Scripts and Automations for the Macintosh.

Alice Cooper at Viejas Concert Park

Jerry Stratton, September 15, 2005

When a man rises from the grave in a bloody suit and sings that school’s been blown to pieces, there may not be a god, but you know that there’s an Alice Cooper. There is frankly no need for Sunday mass once you’ve been here. Concert-wise, Alice Cooper is at the top of his game, showcasing a near-perfect blend of old school and his newer stuff, including some of the best songs from Dirty Diamonds.

The music and the act are perfectly intertwined, simply but effectively. If you live in San Diego, you should have been there tonight. If you haven’t seen this tour yet, there are still a few stops left. You owe it to yourself to find one and get there.

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