10 thoughts on “Music: CD Collection on Squirl”

  1. I’ve started to add to this also…..I just have the free service right now, but will upgrade…….I have my books and some DVD’s on there now. Oh yea…….geeks abound!!!

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    Was that a knock on ABBA or do you still harbor feelings for Agnetha?

    As for Akira, it’s an awesome soundtrack to an awesome movie. I still don’t have the DVD, but it’s on my Amazon wishlist.

    If there are two albums that I’d offer in comparison as an example of my somewhat eclectic tastes, they’d have to be Beggars and Saints by Jai Uttal and His Pagan Love Orchestra and … well, probably The Best of ABBA.

  3. Geeks aren’t materialistic by default, however…

    If a geek can post their albums to an an interactive website using their PDAs, cell phone Bluetooth links, or (taking the easy way out) their home computer, well, it just shows people how exalted their geek-fu is.

    That, and there are a number of geeks out their who have an almost OCD obsession with counting and tracking their stuff. (I’m guilty of this as well.)

  4. That, and there are a number of geeks out their who have an almost OCD obsession with counting and tracking their stuff. (I’m guilty of this as well.)

    I understand the need to track and count, but the idea of posting it online, then telling the world where to find it strikes me as more than a bit odd.

    Geeks aren’t materialistic by default, however…

    Materialism is simply the desire to collect stuff. All do it. Geeks concentrate on high-tech. The charge of being materialistic is usually reserved for anyone making more than ones self.

    If a geek can post their albums to an an interactive website using their PDAs, cell phone Bluetooth links, or (taking the easy way out) their home computer, well, it just shows people how exalted their geek-fu is.

    Now that I can believe.

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