July 02, 2002
Rocking the Turnstiles
Maybe it's the New York heat, but this playlist I put together last night is the perfect thing to be listening to right now. Standing against a metal beam in the subway station, kicking my heel back into it in time as I sweat on the crowded platform waiting for the train to rumble by with a breeze.
Posted by nstop at July 02, 2002 12:51 AM
Wow! That's a great playlist. I wish I had a commute to work. I get about 4 songs in before I reach the office. Dang.
I love waiting for the bus after work. Sometimes, I secretly hope the bus is running a little late as I get to listen to music with no interruptions. Last night I had a great assortment of boogaloo and funk. Yum.
Yay for public transportation. :D
My commute isn't terribly long, as I both live/work in Manhattan, but there's a good deal of walking, which is find is best suited for music listening. In the past I've had commuting situations that required being in a car for 45 min or more, and I never found myself listening to music -- just the @%$^%$! traffic reports over and over and over again.
Just be careful if you're walking down the street listening to boogaloo or funk...People might stare at you funny if you start dancing! :D
I've got the commute from hell -- 2.5 hours -- and I've gotta tell you, the ipod's looking mighty tasty. If I only had a Mac...me jealous!
Hey, since you're playlist-generatin', have you tried this? http://www.kung-foo.tv/itti.html I just put something like it (a Winamp plugin) on my site; looks like the kind of thing you'd appreciate, as well. :)
Hey, thanks for the link to Kung-Tunes -- seems like a cool little app. I should put that on my work Mac and set my mp3s on "shuffle" all day, even if I don't always have my headphones on.
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