What He's Really Currently Listening To
August 21, 2002 5:26 PM   Subscribe

What He's Really Currently Listening To is a spin on the "currently listening to" feature iTunes users are rigging up to their personal sites. What are you really listening to?
posted by fred_ashmore (24 comments total)

 
my window fan.
posted by quonsar at 5:34 PM on August 21, 2002


The Game, WIlliam Orbit, and a homeless woman on street below, singing her nightly rendition of Respect.
posted by gummi at 5:42 PM on August 21, 2002


Noisy computer fan.
posted by tweebiscuit at 5:46 PM on August 21, 2002


Traffic on S. Genesee St.
posted by black8 at 5:51 PM on August 21, 2002


That feature has been available as a winamp-plugin/web app combo platter for a while, dude.

You wanna know what I'm listening to you can go to my page any time you want.
posted by jonmc at 6:02 PM on August 21, 2002


johnmc says: "go to my page any time you want."

What I'm Listening To:
Iron Maiden - Flight Of Icarus


RAWK!
posted by machaus at 6:10 PM on August 21, 2002


Check out the actual page, jonmc.. the guy's making a funny.

Personally, I'm listening to my neighbor's really loud dog right now. NO, I will not kill them all, leave me alone.
posted by Hildago at 6:10 PM on August 21, 2002


jonmc: Now did you really look at the link. Be honest.

I am currently listening to "the Best of Adam Sandler" on comedy central.
posted by untuckedshirts at 6:12 PM on August 21, 2002


my neighbors meth lab bubbling away......ohhh

What I'm Listening To:

my neighbors meth lab bubbling away..
posted by jonmc at 6:14 PM on August 21, 2002


I am listening to my co-worker talk to his computer.

In fact, I think he is saying the commands as he types them... At least the guy who used to sing his perl as he wrote it is gone.
posted by sycophant at 6:17 PM on August 21, 2002


The new Mekons album.
Only a few blocks away from black8.
posted by Rebis at 6:43 PM on August 21, 2002


A snoring bulldog...Dang! she's loud.
posted by Secret Life of Gravy at 6:48 PM on August 21, 2002


damn tinnitus
posted by deathofme at 7:09 PM on August 21, 2002


A droning fan and an unusally twisty-turvy episode of Law & Order, oh, no, wait, "Bend Me Shape Me" as background music to Shalom Harlow doing acrobatics in a pair of Gap Stretch Jeans.
posted by Dreama at 7:15 PM on August 21, 2002


Epitonic radio.
posted by skallas at 7:17 PM on August 21, 2002


That feature has been available as a winamp-plugin/web app combo platter for a while, dude.

Easy, there. You're starting to sound like Anil Dash.
posted by jragon at 7:22 PM on August 21, 2002


smile when you say that, pardner. :)
posted by jonmc at 7:32 PM on August 21, 2002


The RIAA searching my HD for pirated mp3s.
posted by tankboy at 8:02 PM on August 21, 2002


There was a 'feature' of the DECstations I used to work on that a remote user could pipe the microphone's audio (remotely, without the local user's permission or knowledege) over the network to your own system. (In effect listening to what someone else is doing.) In today's new Order of 8kHz-cutoff-music-on-demand combined with peek-a-boo weblogs, camgirls and reality entertainment, I have just realized what a goldmine that ancient tech now promises.
posted by neustile at 10:22 PM on August 21, 2002


KCRW

My parrot running through his repertoire of phone rings and microwave beeps.

And the turbofan love from my computer.
posted by mutagen at 10:38 PM on August 21, 2002


The fucking endless highway noise that drones on and on and on twenty four fucking hours a day that each and every time I actually stop and notice drives me into paroxysms of ever-increasing rage, each time slightly more intense, which will surely end in my climbing out onto the roof of my apartment building, nude and bellowing like some monkey-pattern-baldness low-rent King King, and hurling my feces at passing motorists.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 10:59 PM on August 21, 2002


holy crap skallas, that link rocked.. i've hung out and linked to epitonic before, but i never knew they had a service like this (free, no less!). it's almost like getting unlimited random mix cds.
posted by lotsofno at 12:32 AM on August 22, 2002


"Here I'll Stay" off Dee Dee Bridgewater's "This Is New."
posted by allaboutgeorge at 1:05 AM on August 22, 2002


"Tempting" - Jenny Toomey sings the songs of Franklin Bruno. Before that it was Beck's new album.
posted by soundofsuburbia at 3:06 AM on August 22, 2002


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