Music is a tool I use for comfort and am always listening to something while I use my computer. I feel uncomfortable not listening to something while I'm concentrating or using a computer, I suspect this has its roots from back in my days in high school always listening to music in order to avoid people. My taste in music has changed since then though - back them I would listen to Eminem and nothing else. For the past few years however I've turned to Japanese music. The emotions portrayed in Japanese music, especially soundtracks from anime (namely K-On and Shoujo Shuumatsu) are extreme and always provoke an emotional response from me, more than anything I've found in English music. However, it's not always because of the lyrics. I often know the context for what I'm listening to because I've read the translations and seen the source material, however sometimes it's purely because of the way it's vocalised.
Here are a few examples, give them all a go.
Shoujo Shuumatsu: 1 2 K-On: 1 2
The idea of piping something directly into your shell is frightening, the idea of piping something into your shell over curl is outrageous. However, unfortunately a number of projects today recommend this as an easy and convenient way of installing software. The latest culprit of this horrible practice that I've come across is PiHole. The project doesn't even deserve a link for promoting such a horrible installation method. If you're wondering why piping directly to bash is a terrible idea, this website isn't for you. Go look it up on your favourite search engine.
Considering something sad or emotional is extremely subjective and people will rarely agree, I'm definitely no exception. I cry on more occasions than I'd like to admit, most, if not all of these occasions revolve entirely around an anime I have seen. I don't know what it is about anime that always seems to make me overly emotional, but it does and I love it so much that I hate it. I Don't seek out anime that have heavy emotional baggage - I'm normally drawn in by cute characters, it just so happens that I get way too emotionally attached. It's not just implicitly bad things though, I'm particularly bad with endings. Often the ending of an anime series will impact me more than something tragic.
Recently at the time of writing this I've had 4 separate anime/manga based content bring me to the edge of emotional trauma. K-On (specifically season 2 + movie), Kimi No Na Wa, Koe No Katachi and the Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou manga. I'm out of tears now, I think it's time to finish Amaama to Inazuma.