Tuesday, February 20, 2007

my prediction on the future of the music charts

i am dismayed that uk pop music top 40 charts are now based on the number of downloads a file gets legally.this has grave implicatons.

the top 40 show will be compiled and presented by the type of people who work in my IT department with sweat, social and eating disorders rather than traditional DJS like dave lee travis and mark goodyear.

if something crap ends up at number one hackers will be able to gain access to confidencial information to 'name and shame' the poeple who put the crazy frog in our faces for weeks at a time. blackmale and public lychings would happen.

pornography would start apearing in the charts due to the high numbers of the downloads. i cant remember the last time i downloaded an mp3, yet i downloaded well over 50 mucky mpegs around 2 hours ago when the boss left his desk for lunch. surely this will dent the charts in some way? insted of cliff richard being this years christmas number one we will all be celebrating 'parishiltonnightvisionhandjob03.mpeg' being played at partys inbetween slade and mudd.

something must be done immeditaly. as an apathetic person who cant be bothered to think of any more examples i'm not about to do anything myself so it is up to you.

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At 2:51 am, Blogger Javier Marti said...

I am Javier, the founder of Trendirama.com, a community of online amateur writers. We write about the future of everything. I would like to invite you guys to write an article on the Trendirama.com website, perhaps based on what you mentioned here. Maybe you can write "The future of music charts" there? It is up to you, you choose the subject.
You would get a link back when you link to your own article, if you wish.
You can even re-use some of what you've written here, in the last part of the article, "your view and comments". That would save you time and still be interesting for readers.
Don’t underestimate this opportunity!
Look forward to hearing from you

Best regards
Javier Marti

At 10:32 pm, Anonymous Hannah Graham said...

Yes, Roger, write for Trendirama! Nobody writes like you do, and I mean that in a good way.


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