On Repeat Today: Light of the Seven, Game of Thrones OST — Ramin Djawadi

I guess I’m a fan of Ramin Djawadi :)

I posted about his work with the Westworld soundtrack a few weeks ago, and discovered today that he also works on the soundtracks for Game of Thrones. I’m really enjoying this specific song today:

I wish I would have found out about this months ago. Maybe I would have had the chance to attend his Game of Thrones Live Experience concert that was here in Budapest just a few days ago. (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

Now when do we get some first trailers about the next season of Game of Thrones? :)

Let’s Internet!


Lili’s interaction with Internet has been pretty simple so far. She gets access to the YouTube Kids app, Spotify, and a few other apps and games we’ve installed on an iPad Mini for her. Shout-out to Sago Mini for some of the best apps for toddlers and kids!

But today, we helped her pick some clothes on an online store! We showed her how to use the laptop’s trackpad, explained how the browser’s back button worked, and that’s all she needed to get going!

It’s amazing to see how easy it is for kids to pick these things up. Still, I had a little proud dad moment tonight :)

It will now be a bit easier for her to understand what I do for a living. :)

On Repeat Today: Heart-Shaped Box cover, Westworld OST

I really enjoyed watching the first season of Westworld last year: it was original, well acted, full of suspense, photography was great, … And the soundtrack was great. There were some great original piano pieces; the main theme gives me goosebumps. The composer Ramin Djawadi also chose to cover popular songs from Radiohead, Soundgarden, or The Rolling Stones, and those were great.

It looks like this will continue in Season 2: the trailer used a beautiful cover of Nirvana’s Heart-Shaped Box that gives me goosebumps too!


“Gorilla” Gardening / “Gorilla” Kertész

Kétfarkú Kutya Párt (two-tailed dog party) is a joke political party in Hungary. They’ve been mocking Hungarian politicians for years, and they keep doing just that for this year’s elections.

Yet this little sign, that I found in the park where Lili and I go to play, is the best thing I’ve seen come out of this year’s campaign. They planted red currant, black currant, mulberry, raspberries, thyme, rosemary, all around the park, as part of a Gorilla Gardening (sic) action to make our children’s parks friendlier and more beautiful.

Here is hoping that no one destroys those plants out of spite.