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Wednesday August 28, 2002
11:13 PM

Burn all MP3s

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The domain burnallmp3s.org was registered on July 20, a few weeks before the recent hubbub, but there's nothing there yet. The longstanding burnallgifs.org site seems to be down at the moment, but is still available in Google's cache.
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  • ... on CD?

    Just to show that the meaning of this catchphrase is far more ambiguous than for GIF.

    p.s. What an incredible spammer that is! Open that URL in your Javascript enabled browser, close the window, and 5 (!) pop-up windows pop up. Horrible.
    • You're right. Of course, I'd never have seen your message if I hadn't turned on e-mail alerts.

      The invisibility (or at least non-obviousness) of new comments is one of the flaws of this system. At least on Usenet you'll still see it if someone decides to reply to a month-old message. But it does keep the discussions here from lasting longer than a day or two.

      (And no one's going to see this message, either.)
      • (And no one's going to see this message, either.)
        Don't be so sure about that. Every time an author writes a new entry in his journal, this pumps new life into all his older journal entries. They come into the spotlight, together with the latest entry. At least, that's how I stumbled on yours.
        • I thought about that after I posted. If I'd been posting an entry a day, though, you'd not have been likely to see the month-old one.

          I don't know whether that means I should post more or not.