What are you listening to?

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There’s something nice about the way this guy pops the personal bubble people create when they plug their ipods into their heads while walking around in public. And people respond.

It’s also an interesting demographic study, matching music with typical listeners, or atypical listeners.

But what are you listening to?

I’ve been listening to Architecture in Helsinki’s new album Moment Bends a bit lately. It’s so cheery.

The iPulpit

Preaching from the iPad is such a great justification for buying one. I’ve said that since day one. I want to write an iphone program (though I have no talent) that functions as an autocue controller for text on an iPad. Autocue controllers are traditionally knobs that twist either sitting in the hands of a newsreader (that’s what they were at ABC online when I had a job interview/audition there a bunch of years ago) or the producer (that’s what they were when I was reading the news for QUT News on Bris 31 when I was at uni).

Anyway, that’s a digression. If you’re already ahead of the curve you’ll want one of these iPad lecterns so that you can preach the gospel unhindered, like Paul at the end of Acts.

From Little Mountain Productions, via PastorGear.