… Before using their cheat sheet [now stolen by Google Plus, sorry].
There’s a parable about the stupidity of intellectual property laws in here, too.
UPDATE 29/2/12: Especially given the fact that we’ve now had to re-source the video over eight times due to pursuit by copyright claims. Current copy is here but is subject to change and can’t always be embedded. – ADMIN DEM
The music to this is ‘Wolf’, by Swedish duo First Aid Kit, and struggle as I might, I just couldn’t buy the song online. Now I am technically useless, which is why I’m hoping someone more tech-savvy than me will turn up in the comments and tell me what to do, because I’d really like to own that song, and I want to pay for it. You know that civilisation is collapsing when you can’t find someone to take your money.
In the end, I did find ‘Wolf’ on Canadian iTunes, but it isn’t available in Australia or the UK (where I have accounts). Fat lot of good, then. The reason I want it is it goes so very well with the extraordinary footage, and I also happen to prefer paying for other people’s creative output (I am soon to start work in a firm with a significant intellectual property division; I understand why artists are often ropeable about their work being scattered far and wide without them getting a penny in return).
However, it would be nice if I could actually pay for music I like.
UPDATE 23/02/12: In excellent news, ‘Wolf’ now appears to be available to download in the iTunes store, in the UK at least (and about bloody time, girls…). Do enjoy. – ADMIN DEM