I play "Words With Friends" since EA Games destroyed Scrabble on Facebook. The main killer for these is the adverts but it does sometime come in handy when you are not reading or working or waiting for a process to finish, but a game came up and was described as a "time killer". I can't remember what the game was , but there were a load of numbers on the screen.
It seems that one game is promoting other games to take up your time. I know people who are addicted to certain games and can understand how that happens. They draw you in and then start asking for money to get you a bit further on. I suppose it's an exercise in market creation but I'll play when I can for free.
I really don't want to kill time but I do enjo games that exercise your mind.
I never wish it was Friday.
Every day I find something to be positive about, something to aim for , something to make you feel good.
Today I have done my lowest daily step total this month, but due an active couple of days I am still ahead of the pace.
I've not written a blog post since Friday and I suppose part of that is essentially being tied to the house, although we still can talk to others via many communication channels , although today I feel I have been extremely quiet.
Working at home today I listened to "Concerts" by Henry Cow and "Casablanca Moon / Desperate Straights" by Slapp Happy both are excellent and saw me through the day , with the Henry Cow being a little more challenging. The Slapp Happy album is more song based (how pretentious does that sound) although very Brechtian in it's delivery and execution.
So obviously it's got to be something from the Slapp Happy album that I will share with you, I found a live take of "The Drum" which is fragilely beautifully wonderful. The album is well worth investigating.