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Thursday, January 20, 2011

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8 comments:

  1. I usually don't have the sound on my computer, but when I do go and read a blog the music always scares me! LOL! Most of it is nice music but I usually just turn the sound back off.
    Kelly Harp

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  2. I always open several windows at one time, so when the music auto-starts, I have multiple songs at one time playing (not so lovely). If you do have it, perhaps make it so the default is "off" and readers can turn it on as they wish?

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  3. I usually have my internet radio on, so get a lovely(!) mixture.

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  4. I agree with the others. For the most part, music is usually not welcome...though have to admit, haven't heard your playlist. But, I usually mute sound, too, when it pops on.

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  5. Very interesting Wendy! I look forward to seeing the results.

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  6. Honest??? Music on blogs drives me nuts.
    But - a playlist that I can turn on if I want to listen, would be nice.

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  7. I have to say..music that automatically starts drives me nuts! I agree with others that a playlist that could be turned on if you want it (rather than having to turn it off after it scares you out of your seat!) would be perfect!

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  8. I'm a muter too. Unless the blog post has something to do with the song, then I will listen, and then read. :)

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