Chris Schmidt (crschmidt) wrote,
Chris Schmidt
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Audio Blogging

Prior notice:

In the next little while, LiveJournal will allow you to call in your posts to the site. An example: http://www.livejournal.com/users/brad/1934453.html .

I will not listen to these posts. I will not download them, in fact, I will do my best to ignore them completely ignore them. If possible, I will design my journal to drop posts containing these "innovative" posts. I understand the "nifty" idea behind it, and I'm not saying there might not be possible uses for these posts - for example, an entirely new form of drunk dialing, a nice way to transfer files illegally, etc., - however, I do not have any interest in participating in or partaking in the participation in this new "feature". I posted by email only to test an issue and a possible workaround for it.

But really, I have no interest in hearing geeks singing row row row your boat.

This has been a public service announcement for those who care.
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