Sunday, July 13, 2014

Spamalot

No, not the Monty Python musical.  This is different.  I checked my email this morning and I got an email notification from an old blog site of mine.  I haven't posted anything there in years, but it's still around.  See, in 2008-09, I decided to write 300 pieces for brass ensemble.  I wasn't going to make myself write one each day, but that's pretty much how it turned out.  Occasionally, I'd give myself the day off, but it was a rarity.  I finished the entire project after 323 days and then set to posting.  Funny thing, the internet of 2009 relied on hosting services in order to post larger files.  After all, I wanted to post the audio files that I exported from Finale, the notation software.  I set myself up with one hosting company and began posting every single piece.  A week after I finished, it shut down.  Yeah, just my luck.  Since then, the blog is still there, but it has no music files.  All kinds of descriptions, but no music.  Oh, well.  It was a massive project that made me really proud of my abilities five years ago, but I immediately went on to something else.  And that's pretty much been how I operate since then: do big project, move on.  However, the site attracts spam.  Most of it is cryptic or stupid or wants to help me with web traffic.  What I got this morning is pretty special.  Here it is:

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You think it's going to make sense and it just doesn't; it never quite gets there.  Sometimes spam is fun.  All the time care for it up - that's what I say!  I'm just trying to figure out what language this was translated from or what its author's native language is.  I realize that it actually might be engineered to not make sense so as to make it searchable.  And therefore, it might attract spam to this crappy blog.  If it does, I hope it's like this.    

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Igor Keller said...

And I rest my case...