Every once in a while, I try something new on the Internet and it sticks with me to become a part of my life. The most recent one is Spotify online music streaming and I just wanted to share my set of playlists with anyone who might care for it, or check out Spotify for themselves. Wi-fi, especially free wi-fi, is widely available in a lot of places these days, so it’s like being able to take some music libraries with you anywhere you go. That could be the entire Spotify catalogue you’d have access to, or just your own playlists (or others’ playlists you can follow as part of your library.
When the Saints Go Marching In is an American gospel tune that is very popular and been interpreted in many genres and by many artists. If you know the song, quickly think what’s the best version you’ve ever heard. If it isn’t the one done by Louis Armstrong and Danny Kaye like the title of this post, have a listen in the video below and tell me you’ve heard a better version.
No. Seriously. Do tell me in the comments at the bottom if you like another version better. I’d love to hear it. Whether I agree or not isn’t the point, really. I want to hear all the variations of that tune. But right now, this one is far above the rest in my opinion, and I am posting it to share it with you in case you haven’t heard it.
I have a TON of Transformers graphics on this website! However, none of them are in the awkwardly sized Facebook Timeline Cover photo format, so I’m going to start converting them for people’s uses! They are in the gallery below, which will grow as I find time to convert more and more. I’ll take off the “growing collection” notice when I am done. There are going to about a couple of hundred of these Transformers Facebook timeline cover photos for your use by the end of February, I hope, so please come back for more once in a while. After all, you can only use one at a time. 🙂
I have Transformers wallpapers on this site for G1 Transformers and movie Transformers, but here comes the War for Cybertron video game Transformers wallpapers! These wallpapers are 1920 x 1200 pixels in size, but they are also good for 1680 x 1050, 1440 x 900, 1280 x 800 and 960 x 600 pixel monitors. Other sizes are already created (below) or to come.