Sunday, April 26, 2009

Nothing like finding out how many Google Reader subscribers you have to kick you back into regular action.

Did anyone reading use AudioGalaxy in its P2P days? There's a reason why we ask, which we'll come back to.

8 comments:

ichlugebullets said...

Yeah, it was the only P2P that worked through uni's firewall in our first year.

Eddie said...

Yup, I did. Was actually my first experience in the lovely art of downloading music.

Anonymous said...

I used it a lot. Napster was kind of iffy for me and I had a pc at the time so LimeWire was out of the question.

iainf said...

Yeah, I got into Sigur Ros through songs that they featured on the front page there in, ooh, must have been 2001.

matt said...

Aye, I used it for a bit. I found a few tracks I'd downloaded from there just the other day. They had a bitrate of 96. Heh.

Tim said...

I did too. I remember it being quite quick and easy to use.

imon-say said...

Don't Google Reader people show up on yr visitors normally? I totally don't know how this works but I read from Google and so don't really click on the website properly...

Simon said...

Only when they actually click through.