Because it's Friday, I'm working from home, as in fact I do most Fridays. If you can manage it, it's a practice I recommend -- it's the one day of the week I get blocks of uninterrupted time to actually settle down and concentrate on projects. (Jason Fried of 37signals would approve.) A side benefit is that I get to blast out my music while I work, and today I'm listening to All Day by Girl Talk. It's a free album made entirely of mashups of clips from other artists. It's great to listen to, amazingly rich and complex, and brings back some great memories from the old tunes and baselines woven through the track.
It's so rich, in fact, that I've found this infographic from Fast Company laying out the samples in the tracks amazingly helpful. Each "track" (actually the album is one continuous track, but it makes sense to break it up into sections) is represented as a disc, with the samples overlaid in time. Here's the first 6 minutes:
Click the image to enlarge, and see the full infographic at Fast Company to see the tracks in the rest of the album. If anyone has done the same for Danger Mouse's Grey Album, I'd love to see it!