I look it up for him, and it’s a Hillary Duff song from 2003.
Having said that, I think this DNA-test business is a huge mistake, and for the life of me, I can’t understand why she or anyone on her team thought it was a good idea.
While Facebook took down the official accounts of senior Myanmar military leaders in August, the breadth and details of the propaganda campaign — which was hidden behind fake names and sham accounts — went undetected. The campaign, described by five people who asked for anonymity because they feared for their safety, included hundreds of military personnel who created troll accounts and news and celebrity pages on Facebook and then flooded them with incendiary comments and posts timed for peak viewership.
Perhaps it “went undetected” because this sort of malign usage is indistinguishable from Facebook’s core business model.
Making matters worse is the weather, which started out cold and has now added rain. It is damp and dreary, weather which I find utterly uninspiring and demotivating.
I went looking for some music that might help me concentrate on getting through a document I needed to review, and I ran across Brian Eno’s 2017 album Reflection:
If you like ambient music, I highly recommend it. It suits the mood of the day outside, and while it hasn’t made me power through the stuff I need to get done, I at least feel more focused than I did when the day began.