I can’t think why I really like this, but I do. I think it’s a lovely thing, but I really don’t know why. It doesn’t fit my ideas of utility at all. If you’ve no idea about what I’m talking about, then you should know that Serendipity is an app built on Spotify’s API which shows where two people are playing the same song at the same time anywhere in the world. It is quite amazing to watch, but, as far as I can tell it has no real purpose. Not that it needs it though.
That’s amazing. My SoundCloud tracks have nearly reached 25,000 plays. I’m just 20 plays away from it! Can’t believe it, especially as it is such a mix of tracks, sounds, field recordings, experiments and other things.
Actually the two aren’t that different in size. Of course there’s a wealth of difference in functionality, but the main difference is that the LiveView has been impossible to get to pair so far. I thought I might use it with a Nexus 7, but no luck so far.
I’ve watched all of the original films, the TV series, and this is the final piece in the puzzle for me. It’ll be interesting to see how this one leaves things. From what I’ve read it is quite different from the previous interpretations.