I'm currently in the process of ripping all my CDs. This is an extremely scary and daunting task, because I've bought way too many and I was a member of BMG way back when, so I've got way too many.
I still want to keep some CD's so I can have a nice snobby collection for display (tempered with some of my guilty pleasures of course). However, I have two tubfulls of CDs and I'm slowly going through them. What a task.
Anyway, I ran across a CD by Plain Jane Automobile. It's just a little 5 track EP that I picked up when they were opening for Ours I think. I don't too often buy CDs at shows because I usually have the artist's I came to see music already and I am rarely too impressed by the opening band. Anyway, I picked this up because it was superbly energetic and the lead singer's voice was great. I had forgotten about this and just wanted to give them a little shout out--great band.
BTW, I don't how Quicktime updates behave on Macs, but it's really starting to feel like Realplayer to me. First off, it auto-installs iTunes-I don't remember if I could uncheck it or not, but when it is a "trusted" software I usually don't read though any of the update notes, I just click yes. OK, that sucks, whatever--I'll uninstall iTunes. Whoah, now if I click yes one more time without reading, it will install Bonjour. That I can uncheck to finish, but that's sneaky-mean. Oh wait, crap now it needs to restart my computer. OK, I restart my computer for iTunes. Now I want to uninstall it. Oh sweet, now I have to restart my computer again so that iTunes can finish uninstalling.
All just because I clicked yes to a Quicktime update. Does it suck this much on Macs?