Re: goodies

Tom Whore (
Thu, 17 Jun 1999 09:26:56 -0700 (PDT)

On the CD itself....Look at the file structure to see what is where. Using
the built in interface is another adventure into mass market consumerism
that you realy realy dont want to go down. Yes they still need to have
that for the aolistic users, but as always its the tools we bring to bear
on a problem that make a solution.

Ok so now your looking at files. Skip anything thats not a .mp3 . The
Austin power preview is cool for a once off, the seal video only to see
the amazing Me Bond in a bad flick.

The music ill leave to personal judgements. For myself all I can say is I
have found more on the site that I like than they thought to put
on the disc. Once again Im thinking its the base level broadbadn audience
they are hoping to hit with use preaching to the choir.

On Thu, 17 Jun 1999, Sally Khudairi wrote:
--]On an overall entertainment scale, I'd give it a 7.

Yea, about the same. I had a few copies sent to a few freinds who are not
familar with the mp3 sceen and they enjoyed it.

--]Note that the disc didn't work for me either until I downloaded their
--]recommended player, MusicMatch. I was previously using WinAmp, but I
--]couldn't open anything. Try downloading other players.

ouch. Mine used winamp fine. MM and the Real Audio flavor of that are too
bloated to be good players. Make sure you got the .mp3 extensions reged to can do that from inside winamps setup area.

--]Oh, and the credits list that JarJar voice as "Idiot Proof Voice Over". How

Yea, teh whol thing was pretty jarjared. Nothing a good light saber cant
fix though...Swooosh..brokebroke.

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