Well now I’ve seen the future. The following email exchange documents my most recent serindipitous networked event.
Good morning guys,
This is getting too weird now.
I have attached a letter I received from a user in my online music community the other day(and my reply to him), I actually think he only joined just TO send me this letter.
This is my account page http://www.last.fm/user/draggin
As you can see, it displays my Last 10 Tracks played. Interestingly, it displays the last ten tracks I stream from the last.fm site, BUT ALSO, if I have the web page open it will record any tracks I play off my computer as well!
This is due to the client I have installed, a plug in for my player actually, that is used by the community.
Apparently this guy googled Trevor and my profile page was a hit because the track was in my Last 10 Tracks list!
I’m freaking out a bit at of the implications of this… can’t explain now I have to go post this is my research blog, but maybe we should set up a fansite for this song or something?
thats hilarious! first of all that you found the track on my playlist via google, and that you caught in on the cbc.
The reason I say that is because a few of my collegues at work all heard it as well recently, and w/ one of them actually being a trevor, we decided to track this guy down and order his cd. It’s become a bit of a theme song for us at work, that we are beating till its good and dead.
I’d be happy to you send a rip if you have an email account i can send an attachment to. < ?>
…i hope your happy now im wearing the gap, the gap!
[quote][i]On Dec 7, 2004, 22:35 you wrote:[/i]
Hey, I noticed that in a Google search you once had the song “Trevor” by George Westerholm in your playlist. Any chance you still have it kicking around?
I heard it on DNTO on CBC and I want to hear it again!
I was like Helooooo, who’s this guy Trevor?! hahahaha[/quote]