Alright, so it isn't actually Thursday. But it's never a bad time to remember the rose-tinted days of just a few years ago. This playlist takes you back to the '80s, '90s and '00s.
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Web: Some people work or study better in silence, and silence drives other people nuts. If you like background noise, Deepfocus helps you mix music with ambient sounds to help you stay focused while you work.
Tabletop games like Dungeons & Dragons or Pathfinder can be incredibly immersive with the right music. This playlist has all the music you'll ever need to paint a picture for your party.
We've seen plenty of Raspberry Pi jukeboxes, but few are as elegant as Imgur user justthatoneotherdude's.
Whether you're after a classic three-string cigar box guitar, a wooden snare drum or a Blue Man Group-inspired PVC pipe organ, Cigar Box Nation has a massive repository of kits, plans and free DIY instrument instructions to help you make whatever you'd like to play from whatever you can scrounge up.
We've seen little DIY volume knobs before, and they're a handy way to add means to finely adjust the volume on your computer. Instructables user Trochilidesign's made their own, and it's pretty futuristic looking.
Most people head directly to YouTube when they need an online video fix. This is a mistake. Vimeo might not be as popular as Google's all-conquering behemoth, but this is actually one of its core strengths - the average quality is much higher and there's a lot less crap to sift through. Don't believe us? Check out this jaw-dropping shortlist of the best Vimeo videos from 2016.
If you live for great new music, we've already highlighted Noon Pacific's great weekly playlists, filled with new tunes to enjoy. If that's not enough for you, the service just launched a daily music subscription, where each day you'll get a text with a great new track to listen to. Here's how it works.