Back in 80's things started changing in Hungary and one sure sign was the availability of foreign language TV channels. While I didn't speak any English back then, I was still glued to the screen every Saturday and Sunday morning. I firmly believe it was the golden age of cartoons and count myself lucky to have experienced it.
Following the huge success of Titanium, David Guetta and Sia released this masterpiece on the 21st of August 2012. Yeah, this was another song that I listened on a loop for hours.
This was the first song in which I head Sia sing and I was immediately mesmerised by her voice. I guess it would have been a big hit with another singer too, but thankfully this also revitalized Sia's career resulting in hits like Chandelier.
"Hey Brother" is a dance song by Swedish DJ and record producer Avicii from his debut studio album, True (2013). American bluegrass singer Dan Tyminski provides vocals for the track. It was written by Avicii, Ash Pournouri, Salem Al Fakir, Vincent Pontare and Veronica Maggio. "Hey Brother" sees Avicii giving his brother advice.
This was the first massive hit by the late Avicii that topped the charts in several countries for weeks and weeks. It was followed by other great hits that stuck in your head like Levels, Hey Brother and You Make Me.
This is another viral phenonenom that took the word by storm and shattered all previous records by far. Released on the 15th of July 2012, it topped the music charts of more than 30 countries and influenced popular culture worldwide.
This song took the world by storm on the 3rd of September 2013. May we never forget the cringe and the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis who had other great hits like Someone Like Me and Jan Egeland.
Working at home instead of the office did not decrease the number of meetings I attend. It might have even increased them a little as I can't just turn to the guy next to me with my questions. The company where I work uses Google Meet for internal and external communication. It works pretty well, but with a few extensions you can make the experience even better.
Last weekend I tried to get some work done while staying in the countryside. I hooked up my laptop to the net using my Android phone as a mobile hotspot and did my thing just like in the office. However, during the breaks when I tried to browse Reddit or do anything net related on my phone, there was seemingly no internet available.
It is a good idea to keep your system as lean as possible by installing only the software you really need and do in fact use regurarly. This is all good in theory, but what can you do with the crap that comes preinstalled with your operating system?