Tuesday, October 25, 2011



Well if I was to die tonight, tell them I'm not ready, tell them I've still got things to do, tell them we got something planned just me and you.
If I was to leave this place, tell them I'm not done packing, not so ready about up there, there's things I need to finish.
No don't tell them I'm the only one, they must hear all the time, don't tell them about our love 'cause that can make'em jeallous, and don't tell them I got people up there, people I hope still care, just tell them I am busy, trying to figure out this place and I can't leave it all messy.

If I was to go tonight, my words aren't even ready. I need to have one final speech, one final way to say it, find the perfect lyrics, tell them I'm not ready.

If they take me anyway, you know what I have left behind, try to erase me from your mind 'cause I don't want  it painful, I want you to stay with that smile and spank them with cynism, and tell them they are dumb, just don't tell them I was lazy.
Tell them about the good sides, about the times I made you laugh, tell them about my dumb ideas, about the crazy things I did and could've done, just don't tell them how I was lazy.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


 [dih-fahyn]  Show IPA verb -fined, -fin·ing.
verb (used with object)
to state or set forth the meaning of (a word, phrase, etc.):They disagreed on how to define “liberal.”
to explain or identify the nature or essential qualities of;describe: to define judicial functions.
to fix or lay down definitely; specify distinctly: to defineone's responsibilities.
to determine or fix the boundaries or extent of: to defineproperty with stakes.
to make clear the outline or form of: The roof was boldlydefined against the sky.

Oh shit!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Cool : Left Wing - Right wing differences


Grooveshark or "Please make me discover your music"

Though I have loved deezer for what it had brought to the world in terms of not having to go through the headache of making a playlist on youtube or having to go pirate with bitcomet, Deezer was s**t in terms of social. I mean everybody loves social nowadays, I spent a day at Microsoft listening to the "amazing discovery" of what social can bring to companies and discovered at the same time that I was part of the "Gen Y", don't like the term but like the fact that no matter how different I am from someone my age we can relate to some stuff.

Music is DA stuff, nothing can create a stronger bond between people, nothing can tell you about people more than music, just find out what someone is listening to and you can tell if the person is happy, down, having a party or even making love (Unless you know people who get it going while listening to Rammstein, in which case I wanna be friends with your friends!)

Grooveshark is just like the rest, nothing really special about it, the same big artists are missing (The Beatles.... How can I even call my "favorites" favorites if I don't get to put The Beatles in there, without even mentionning the injustice of being able to find The Stones).

On grooveshark you can connect, just tell a friend to have a two seconds subscription (No need for $#%^$# confirmation e-mails) and BANG, you can start following anyone who has an account.

Now following means seeing your friends' favorites, playlists, what they are listening to right now,everything! And that is the down side of it...There is something very personal about knowing that John Smith is listening to "9 Crimes" by Damien Rice, 'cause I mean, no one would listen to that if he was feeling that life is beautiful right now... Yet, in a personal selfish way, if you manage not to care about "why" but more have your focus on the "what", you will suddenly learn that you can discover new music, you suddenly become an animal hunting for anyone willing to listen to music on grooveshark so you can get to know new artists and create great new conversations with people.
People love hearing "hey, I listened to Markosiv Glabliblustil, he's the s**t, you listen to good stuff!".

Now do it or not, I have, and I am really enjoying these moments.