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The Gnomedex Song

From Derek K. Miller:

Rather than ladling more crap for Chris and Ponzi to do at this late date, if you’d like a sample of your voice mail message about Gnomedex to be included and haven’t sent it already, record something TODAY and email it to me at dkmiller [.at.]pobox.com as an MP3 file or via http://www.yousendit.com/ NO LATER THAN THE END OF TOMORROW (Summer Solstice, June 21) – thanks. I’ll be releasing the final song as Creative Commons-Attribution (i.e. commercial use fine, remixing fine, re-recording fine, synch fine, whatever), and if I can find a way to post the original GarageBand and WAV multitracks without killing my bandwidth (maybe at archive.org), I’ll do that too.

File Transfer

Paging Ken Rossi (whose email addresses keep bouncing, and who I’d really like to get ahold of as soon as humanly possible for a completely unrelated issue) – I’ve got a writeup on Civil Netizen over on Lockergnome tonight. I think if this cross-platform software had a Web component to it, you could have a big winner on your hands. Software is great for desktops, but so much of my life is spent online anymore. I hate transfering files to people – especially when I’m ready to do it via IM. Plus, I hate having to tell someone else that they need to install more software, too. Not a day goes by when I don’t need to transfer some kind of large file to someone else – and email is always the easiest option.