[LINK] Mix Tapes?

sylvano sylvano at gnomon.com.au
Thu Feb 7 00:07:20 EST 2008

I have friends that are always offering to cut the just-broadcast-episodes of 
Doctor Who.... Of course I am always compelled to politely decline, reminding 
them that the episode will be broadcast in Australia in only a few short 
months on non-commercial television. 

And then there is the email sharing of urls pointing to any number of sites 
for image, mp3, mpeg4, or text1 content that I may or may not be interested 
in consuming...

But that isn't physical I admit, and so doesn't qualify.

But the 1Gb thumb drive on the keyring that you pop into a friend's machine to 
copy a mirror of their key content for offsite backup purposes probably does.

In Sydney at least I think, once you pass house price and renovation 
discussions, content on the internet - in one form or another - is not an 
uncommon conversation piece.


On Wednesday 06 February 2008 12:23, Brendan Scott wrote:
> There was once a culture of giving mix tapes of songs to friends.  Does
> this practice (ie giving or conditioning a physical object with content)
> continue at all or has it been overtaken/driven out by p2p?
> Brendan
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 What next for computer games?

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