May 31, 2004

Snip 'n send! Type in your cell phone number, choose a track from a CD and you got yourself a new ringtune! (Yeah, I know, my second post of the day. It's the Memorial Day holiday in the U.S. and I'm stuck at work. Take pity on me.)
  • "If you would like for us to contact you when this service is available, please email us at:" Aww, crackers.
  • poo! i didn't see that. thanks rusty.
  • I wonder what those people want your number for. Maybe a RIAA frame-up?
  • I'm taking pity on you. .... Finished now.
  • hey sidedish, interesting idea, but it looks like a phone # harvester to me. i'm totally cellular, no land line, and i'm sure that to a telemarketer an unlisted cell number is worth a lot on a phone list. unless i see proof that this isn't a scam i'm not giving my number to anybody i don't personally know...
  • If it turns out to be legit, I might give up my stubborn refusal to buy a cell phone just so I can use this. First order of business will be to lug out my John Lee Hooker and Tom Waits CDs and start rifling through them.
  • phone-number harvester definitely sounds like a possiblity. arg. but wouldn't it be oh-so cool to have sinatra singing "ring-a-ding-ding" every time your phone rang!? heh.