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…It’s Website Wednesday: Muxtape?

Muxtape

Muxtape is “a simple way to create and share mixtapes”.

It’s goal is to bring back the joy of laboring over a mixtape for hours to get everything just right, and does so by only letting you create one mix per account, and limiting your mix to just 12 songs. (Each no larger than 10 megabytes.)

When you’re done, the music is then streamed through your browser, so it’s not exactly a file sharing service, but since the only way Muxtape prevents copyrighted music from being uploaded is with a meek little warning: “By uploading a song you agree that you have permission to let Muxtape use it.” I’m guessing Muxtape is going to be dealing with a few high priced lawyers in its near future.

Regardless, it’s a nice (and simple) service that has some potential to help undiscovered artists get their start, and it relies on the “sharing is caring” motto, so I hope some sort of agreement is made to keep Muxtape around.

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…You should play the game?

Rules Of The GameIf you want to play the Game, you’ve got to know the Rules.

Neill Strauss lives by that motto, and he definitely knows how to play the game. Thankfully, with “Rules of the Game”, he also wants to teach you the rules so that you can play the game as well.

More than just a sequel, “Rules of the Game” is actually a pair of books.

The first, called “The Stylelife Challenge”, shows you how to master the game in just 30 days. It’s the ultimate guide to landing the woman of your dreams, and aims at helping you to confront your insecurities and overcome them through a process of rigorous self-examination, briefings and field missions.

The second, called “The Style Diaries”, shows you what kind of world Neill has been living in. Filled with tales of seduction and sexual (mis)adventure, it includes accidental marriages, threesomes, sex experiments, and more, taking you further into the seduction underworld than ever before.

Neill’s first book, called simply “The Game”, is now an international best seller, and these are meant to be follow-ups, so if you’d like to play, make sure you start from the beginning by reading that first. However, for advanced players who are already familiar with some of the rules, this advanced lesson should help you to get past the first few lessons and into the real heart of the game.

Just make sure you’re ready for what’s on the other side of the rabbit hole.

BTW: I just lost the game.

[Via: Acquire]