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It's about a shogi (some sort of Japanese chess) player.
Gregory Yob[^] (creator of Hunt the Wumpus) tried to teach me shogi when I was 20 or so, the idea that captures pieces can return to the board is quite interesting, but I could never wrap my brain around the strategy, let alone how each piece moves!
That's the good stuff!
Really helps me concentrate.
You might also like Carbon Based Lifeforms[^] and Stars of the Lid[^].
A little warning, it's very ambient, monotonous and long, I'm not responsible for you zoning out and doing weird stuff
Had not heard of Stars of the Lid before! Too fast paced - had to kick it down to 50% speed!
Just kidding, although I did do it for kicks for about a minute. Still sounded great, since YouTube pitch shifts it back up!
Fantastic music! Thanks!
(FYI, you were right about Heilung. Right after I posted my reply to you way back when, I was through listening to them! Except for one song where the woman was the primary singer. Listen to it occasionally. Started understanding some of the guy's words, and they are pretty dark and disturbing!)
Returned from a ten day sojourn in Israel last night, and still waiting for my body clock to adjust. Ate some wonderful food - far too much in fact. Visited some wonderful historical places - religious and secular. Met lots of nice hard working people of different ethnicities. Saw first hand how people in the West Bank try to live peaceful lives. And being there on election day it was interesting to hear people's reactions first hand.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
I feel like my web-skills are improving!
I spent like 6 hours fiddling around with ADFS, WebApp, WebApi configurations....
But it's working now!
BTW, Sorry, can't make an article, using Work's ADFS server here and I don't think I could reproduce that at home :/