Taking a leaf from the Safe as Milk podcast (iTunes) – currently one of my few must-listen podcasts – I’ve got a few things here that have been in and around my head for the past couple of weeks.
Two Dots is a join-the-dots puzzler that I’ve been playing for a few weeks now. It’s very addictive, and while it can be very challenging at times, it seems to have its skill level pitched exactly for me. Not too difficult that I get (so) frustrated, and not so easy that I rattle through the levels.
Speaking of levels, I thought I was doing well, getting to (around) level 150, but a quick check of Wikipedia tells me that as of June 2, 2016, there are 710 levels.
If you love it, then there’s plenty to go around.
Hamilton, the hip-hop musical which charts the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton is an astonishing piece of work and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s tour de force. If you’ve heard of it, you love it already, but if you’ve not, go read about it, and listen to the soundtrack (which is the show in its entirety). Then, if you can, get a ticket to the permanently sold-out show on Broadway. (I say sold-out, but if you fancy paying $2000 – $4000 for a ticket, Ticket Master will see you right).
Euro 2016 is almost upon us. And yet again, Scotland will not be there. But fear not, there are more teams, more games and (probably) more excitement than ever before. I must admit to not watching much football over the past couple of years, but I’m looking forward to seeing the best in Europe do their thing.