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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I tried it (on your reccomendation), and find that it helps to prevent me from getting distracted by anything in my surroundings - like the hens cackling in the backyard, the dogs barking at the postman, the trains arriving at the station next door etc.

    My feet keep tapping in time to the music, which will either make my legs hurt og give me (bigger) muscles in the shins.

    I like it!

  • I tend to listen more to things like Ozric Tentacles and the like, while I code, but then again I generally enjoy far more complex music and found that the more repetetive monotonous stuff eventually got on my nerves enough that I couldn't concentrate.

    So my favorite stream comes from Aural Moon [auralmoon.com] at their live stream [str3am.com]

    I notice that di.fm has a stream they *call* progressive, but which really isn't what I'd consider prog rock. For a better definition of what Progressive *really* is, you should check out the

  • Plainchant does the trick for me. It's rythmic and smooth. And, as a non-church Latin speaker, I don't get distracted by the words.

    But, for some reason, debugging requires music with more vigor.