- When the RIAA released dozens of ‘damaged’ tracks (i.e., top 40 tracks with random bursts of static noise spliced into them) onto p2p file sharing networks in the hope that they would propagate and put the general public off of illegally downloading the latest hits, they didn’t bank on avant-garde music fans collecting them as if they were bootleg style noise remixes.
- The bad thing about online music shops – they provide a crap quality of music file compared to the quality a cd at [practically] the same price provides. I’ll be sticking to the lossless flac audio format once I get a new pc.
- Check out this hillarious blog post by Mark Pilgrim on the emotions involved with computing standards. Please note, I will discriminate against anyone who chooses SIMPLE over XMPP, the bastards..
- A more up-to-date “Customers who bought this book also bought” political book relationship map.
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