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Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Avoidance

I have two assignments due this week. So I'm procrastinating at the moment - blogging and blog-reading.

Since you want to, you could probably write one of these assignments for me. It's for Journalism Ethics, as put up by the Australian Press Council for their yearly essay prize.

Ah yes, yesterday I bought the CD I've been wanting for 7 months now. I pay for music rarely, so this is a mentionable moment. It's Skeewiff's Cruise Control. Very funk. I wish I knew how to get it to somehow autoplay on here... Oh yeah, listening to it again now. Follow this link to listen to eight samples from the album. I may have to get their first album now.

Update: You can now listen by pressing play on the left. No autoplay, I won't impose. This is directly from the tunes.co.uk site linked above.... It's free there, so hopefully there's no problems linking it here...? Any further assistance on how to make a midi so I can realistically store and play it from my own provider would be gratefully accepted.

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