There’s always a highly entertaining (and useful) Dead and Emerging Technologies forum at the Computers in Libraries conference. This year, D. Scott Brandt (who usually moderates these forums) started us off with a fun spoof of the “I’m too sexy” song – but he turned it into a rap about technology. It was pretty funny.
So, I had forgotten about that, and I was thinking about the topic of re-using content for web purposes. While thinking about this, an mp3 of Brandt’s “I’m too sexy for my disk” rap was pointed to on Jane Dysart’s blog. And I had some time on my hands…
So for your listening enjoyment, here’s a streaming version of an edited, remixed version of Mr. Brandt’s rap. And here’s a link to the mp3 version to download (free registration is required). For those curious souls – I used a free version of ACID (ACID XPress) for the music (I also had a CD of free music loops), and then moved the music over to Audacity, added the rap, and edited it to fit with the song.
Useful to libraries? Probably not. Fun to do? Yep.