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Video break for a Friday afternoon

For those of you who still have YouTube access, here's a fun video to while away the final minutes before 5 p.m. (Warning: light profanity in video). It's an anime video of a song called "Code Monkey," by Jonathan Coulton. Rare is the pop song that actually refers knowingly ' and cleverly ' to software development, not to mention to the tedium that can set in from such work. Coulton quit programming before taking up as a singer-songwriter, evidently.



Also, speaking of music, don't forget that GCN's affiliate publication Federal Computer Week is holding its second annual battle of the government IT bands, GIT Rockin' show, Oct. 14 at the venerable State Theater in Falls Church, Va. There'll be lots of rockin' there as well ...

(Thanks to the folks at D.C. Sage mailing list for the link).

Posted by Joab Jackson on Sep 14, 2007 at 9:39 AM


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