A while ago I covered the story of Radiohead, who wanted to free themselves from the evil clutches of record labels and the abominable empire of the music industry by releasing their album In Rainbows for free, leaving the choice to the people: pay as much as you want. The result of that experiments was apparently quite satisfactory, although
some people paid, many others did not.
In Rainbows came out. I waited until I had the time to really listen to it, it happened today, I am ill and I took a day off work. What a perfect time, uh?
So I place my order:
I don't even put a link here. Everybody is talking about this. For those of you who don't know
This will change music history forever. It's about people giving money to artists for their work, for their music, because they believe in them, and you pay the artist, directly, for whatever you think it's worth. This is no news, but the fact that Radiohead is doing changes everything.
During these days my daily iter has become less rigid. This is due to a need to skip the 10:45 nap in favour of a longer nap during the night, based on a research I made. What I am basically doing is a variation of the Stampi's method. Instead of six pauses of 30 minutes I am trying to achieve only five, one or two of which are made of 90 minutes, a complete sleep cycle.
One possible current modus vivendi would be the following:
03:00-03:30 Sleep 06:30-08:00 Sleep 11:00-11:30 Sleep 15:00-15:30 Sleep 19:00:19:30 Sleep 23:00-23:30 Sleep