As the day was full of jet lag and little excitement, it’s the perfect opportunity to begin a possible new regular series.
What music do they play in different casinos while I’m playing video poker? I’m sure the world is dying to know. And thanks to the Shazam app on my iPhone, I’m going to tell you, whether you’re interested or not.
I might even start doing this in real time if anyone feigns the slightest bit of interest. Live blogging baby! I’m more mobile than ever before, and can you think of a better use of technology than to transmit not only the name of a song you’ve been forced to listen to, but also a little album art picture, all the way around the world?
Live photo blogging is, well, just a bit too obvious. However if I can pick up an iPad camera connection kit I will be able to take photos with my DSLR, crop them with my fingers and put them online immediately. It’s significantly less portable than a camera phone, but that’s not really the point. It’s.. because it’s possible.
It’s actually really impressive that Shazam can pick out the music behind all the casino noise. Sometimes it struggles if someone nearby is on a big win and it dings for the whole time it’s trying to listen, but generally the typical “sound of winning” background noise doesn’t seem to stop it being able to identify a track.
So here’s what was playing at the Four Queens while I struggled to stay awake playing enough video poker to justify all the free food we have been enjoying last night.
The missing words are “all the cow”.