By "I'd be lucky to break even", I mean I would pay each musician royalties for every song used AND I'd probably pay each musician a percentage of each cassette sold.
Cassettes with jewel cases and J-cards are also kind of expensive (maybe $3.50 US for a single cassette).
Also a good cover art would have to be commissioned because I can't draw.
Legitimately thinking about ordering a hundred or so blank audio cassettes with custom J-cards, filling them with songs from the best Musicians here, and selling them as the #Fedimix .
I'd be lucky to break even, but it'd still be fun.
I received an email from Google Maps
"A summary of your trips in 2019"
There' s all, from small details like trips to the movies and meeting with people, trips to the beach, the trips to the sessions with my therapist
to medium trips like rides in Apulia with a friend last summer
to more subsantial travels: to Frankfurt, Athens, Palermo, Reggio Calabria
Rant, glorifying FS
As someone who impulsively studies stupid things, I really like the ability to search for "open source [obscure topic]" and nearly always find a Free software suite for whatever I'm trying out.
Today that was urban traffic simulation software. Like, I can just *use* it, *freely*!
I swear I'm not drunk or high. It's just that the sanity and simplicity of free software blows my mind sometimes.
I find it a lot easier to upload to my #Gopher phlog. I always link my website on my resumes so I feel like I need to write something that's going to impress managers, and because of that pressure my articles don't always turn out that great.
I mean, my phlog files aren't great, but I find that I'm way more relaxed when I'm writing them.
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and C.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
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