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    Ahhhh, Remeber Pre-Printed CDs?

    INFO TECHNOLOGY: CD-Rs that are painted to look like music CDs. How strange. Kinda reminds me of those CD-Rs that were painted to look like records. You know, retro-cool. Like, "Wow, remember when I used to buy plastic musical spheres? Ah, those were days."

    Problem is, music CDs aren't old enough to be retro-cool. They're just bulky, ugly, and expensive. Maybe if they were only a couple more bucks then regular CD-Rs they'd be cool, but $8 for 5 discs is pretty much a rip-off.

    (Via P2PWeblog)

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