This video cracks me up so I’m bookmarking it with this post and sharing it with you.
Being the Last.fm scrobble freak that I am, I used my web based stats page to check my scrobble count and started clicking through my friends’ stats.
I eventually came across one that caught my attention.
He’s been a member since 2007 and has scrobbled 1 song..and he is a paying subscriber. I thought to myself, what a waste of money! …so I clicked on his Last.fm page.
You’ll have to open these images to see the details, but basically what you’ll see is that my math skills are apparently either ridiculously awesome or Last.fm’s are very poor.
Play counts are based on the total number of tracks scrobbled divided by the length of the membership in days. This seems obvious enough doesn’t it? Well, my calculations show that 1 song in 1180 days is somewhere around 0.000847 plays per day…which is far from the 12,920 plays per day that Last.fm seems to think.
Am I wrong in thinking that this is just really poor programming to make such inaccurate calculations?
In case you’re wondering, the “589 more plays needed” tidbit means that if he had (by the end of the day) 590 plays in total that his average daily play count would be 0.5…which Last.fm rounds up to 1 per day.
Even considering the account had been reset, should they not be able to correctly calculate track plays? Maybe their servers are just having a few hiccups, but either way I thought it was funny enough for a post.
Also, if you don’t understand the joke in the title then you’re really missing out on an old clip about Maths! You should take a quick moment to have your daily laugh.
Just for laughs I threw together this quick page that gives you a new movie or show suggestion in a humorous way each time you load the page.
The page works off of three very short files and the code is minimal, so if anyone’s wanting to make something similar just let me know if you’re curious about my implementation of this.
Hopefully you find this both useful as well as funny! Comments, retweets and other shares are always appreciated!
This afternoon I decided to rest up from a very busy day and so I turned to Hulu.
After watching several new episodes of my favorite shows I decided to see what else was available on Hulu.
That’s when I came across Dilbert. You know, the little cartoon office guy from the funnies.
I’ve posted a couple that I found humorous. Hopefully you will as well.
Know of any other ones that I missed that are worth mentioning? Share them below!
If you’re into Twitter and other forms of micro-blogging then you might enjoy this short clip.
Can’t remember how I came across this funny music video on YouTube by The Lonely Island, but it cracks me up every time I watch it.
Warning, some (read “a lot”) of the language is foul, so you probably shouldn’t crank this up in your work place. Other than that, just enjoy the comedy in the video.
This has to be one of the best Adam Sandler movies that I’ve seen in a long time.
True, it has plenty of stupid moments with stupid humor, but I actually appreciate those scenes.
For a while I was starting to wonder if Adam Sandler was losing his touch, but now that I’ve seen this it takes me back to the days of movies like Billy Madison and Big Daddy!
If you haven’t seen it yet then I would highly suggest it and if we don’t have similar movie tastes then just choose to watch everything that I don’t.
Here are a few YouTube videos that I came across today that just really made me laugh. I’m sure you can think of some that are just as good. Feel free to post them in the comments!