Ooh, check out the Blogger CD Swap. I’m torn. I’d love to participate… but I’m worried that my CD’s will suck in comparison to everybody else’s. Pathetic, right? I mean, it’s free anyway to nobody’s gonna care. I should just do it.

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  1. My thoughts exactly.

    I’d love to join in, but what if my CD sucks? Apart from anything else, I’m barely even exposed to any new music in the musical vacuum that is Singapore, where boybands and 80’s music is king. I don’t have MTV.

    But maybe I’ll join anyway. It’d be kinda cool to receive 5 CDs, after all.

  2. Yeah, that’s what I’m thinking. I’ve decided to play up the “foreign” angle. I’m gonna try to get all Australian bands. And at least I’ll have something interesting to trade with people (beyond my five).

    And DUDE, I’d love a CD of boybands! 🙂

  3. Yeah, so I joined.

    Maybe you’ll get my CD!

    And if you don’t I’m sure I could send you a copy of my creation anyway…

  4. I’d do it but I don’t have a blog. Mix CDs are fun. Where is goddess blog? Would it work with OS X/Apache? That would be cool.

  5. Dan – I’m an OSX girl myself! Actually goddessblog uses PHP and mySQL, both of which work great with OSX. You have to do a little downloading and tweaking to get it right. I’ll put it all in the documentation (when I eventually get to it – I’ve been so unmotivated lately).

  6. Kris, did you give your parents address in the US, or your Sydney address? I gave my Singapore address, and now I’m wondering if I’ll be excluded because of that. *sniff, sniff*

  7. That sucks. I’m getting them forwarded, I guess. Try e-mailing Chris and see what he says. Maybe if there are enough “foreign” people, a little separate circle could be made…

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