Onward through the Rolling Stone Top 500 albums of all time list from 50-26th, their are some very strong albums here.
I am going through the Rolling Stone Top 500 albums of all time list. I am cheating a bit by starting at 100 and working my way to number one.
Even if you do not agree with the RS rankings or my numeric grades below, it is a fun list because it exposes you to some albums that might be outside of your usual listening genre that are worth a listen. I am up to number 74 on the list and these are my findings so far...
This is the second post of a five part series aimed at development productivity. The subjects covered in the series will be:
- Basic linux commands
- "dot" file configurations
- SSH, Networking commands
- PHP and git command options and shortcuts
- Process and disk monitoring
This part deals with Unix/Linux configuration files that start with a ".".
I have seen blog posts where people list some goals. The reason for publicly listing these goals is partially to be held accountable and to use as a reference point to look back upon. I think that this is a great idea. The list below focuses on work related goals I have. A further post will list leisure/general goals.
Matt Mays - Coyote (2012)
Building upon the sounds of the 2005 album "Matt Mays & El Torpedo", this album has a number of very listenable tracks.
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