Why is the door to Marc’s office always closed?

One of my (current) favorite music genres is ‘Ambient’, with Brian Eno at the top of the list of artists whose work in this area I enjoy most. Several weeks ago I learned of a new iPhone application co-developed by Eno called ‘Bloom’. At work, we are primarily a BlackBerry shop but in my role of Telecom Manager I was able to order our firm’s first iPhone for test purposes. Can’t say I really cared for the iPhone as a business tool but now with ‘Bloom’ I’m reconsidering my position.

See why here


About Marcus

Who me? Introverted, neurotic, self-absorbed, increasingly cynical observer of human nature and part time social critic in hiding. Most of my life spent avoiding growing up. The naive idealistic passions of youth have evolved into the eclectic eccentricities of adulthood. Northeast Florida small-town native, related to people I can't relate to. Simultaneously my own best friend and worst enemy. Politically and spiritually unaffiliated, my personal ideologies put me all over the map or off it completely.
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1 Response to Why is the door to Marc’s office always closed?

  1. felixwas says:

    I have been listening to Eno for more than 30 years, although I don’t care much for his ambient music. My favorite Eno records are “Here Come the Warm Jets,” “Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy),” “Another Green World,” “Before and After Science” and “Another Day on Earth.” I also like his collaboration with John Cale, “Wrong Way Up.”
    He and David Byrne have a CD coming out in November.

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