Thursday, December 07, 2006


I saw this little music player over at Red Sox Chick, so I got one for myself. It's over on the right there. I had to make the box thinner as to not mess up my blog, so the volume is almost cut off, but it's there, on the bottom right. Basically, for free, you can choose 45 songs from their library (which has a lot), and they'll randomly play on your website. The bad news is when you click on comments, it shuts off (unless you hit ctrl when clicking. If you have Firefox like I do. And Jason does. Thanks, Jason.). So it's good if you're just spending a good chunk of time here, and you can listen to music while you read... Crap, that's not a very good idea. I don't know, I guess it's for when you want to listen to music I chose for you, while screwing around on the internet, when you could just as easily choose your own. Why did I do this again? Well, for those of you who want to hear stuff I like, hit play. But don't close the page. Or click on anything else within the page.

Firefox users, hit CTRL when you click on comments! That way I can continue listening to Jeradio.

In the Garage = Best Song on the Awesome Blue Album
Hair Debatable = Best Purchase by Jason During the Xmas Season of 2006.

Awesome playlist. Well done, Jere.
Thanks, son of Ja. I updated the post to relect your magic fix. Note: When doing that, I discovered another way to fix the problem. Open up my blog in a window, start the music, minimize the window, and open my blog in a new window and do your commenting or whatever the hell it is you all do here when I'm not around.

I also love that song "Jamie" by Weezer. I should do a post on Weezer and their effect on society. I've been thinking about this lately.

About HD: That was the audio version of Atom's last show, which also comes with the video of it, as you may have known. What you prob didn't know is that I had a choice of going to that show or seeing Weird Al for the first time. I chose Al. I don't regret it, I'm just sayin', I could've been immortalized on that video, because surely I'd have been right up front. Instead, that dude Rob from breed/extinction gets the immortality. And I remember when my band played with Atom years earlier in CT, that dude hadn't even heard of him at the time. But that's the way love goes, as Heavy D and the Boyz says.

If you right click on it, Jere, you get an option to 'launch stand alone player" which means folks can keep it on their desk top and listen even if they venture away from your page.

It's a groovy little toy!
"That due Rob from breed/extinction" was my roommate for awhile! I wore the b/e shirt he gave me just a few days ago. I didn't know he was in the video - I never got around to watching it! I'll check it out as soon as I get home. Looking forward to the Weezer post!

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