I'm in a hotel room, a three-hour flight from home, and poking around online to kill time before hitting the hay. Imagine my reaction when I realized that iTunes had picked up not one, but two Shared Music options. Thanks to jblazinny, I'm sampling alien music.
Here's a snapshot of the 100-plus song library: 50 Cent, Akon, Audio Slave, Backstreet Boys, BB Mack, Bowling For Soup, Brian Doerkson, Eagles, Eminem, Green Day, Gwen Stefani, Howie Day, Jadakiss, Jennifer Lopez, Jet, Kelly Clarkson, the Killers, Lindsay Lohan, M.I.A., Mark Schultz, Phil Collins, Rage Against the Machine, Switchfoot, and Usher. Jblazinny also has a bunch of songs from the various Wow Worship compilations, which I'm now listening to.
Googling "jblazinny," it appears that my benefactor is a fellow named Jonathan Moy. With a defunct blog, a more active Xanga site, and a hand in Just Jared, Moy likes "Bball, tennis, reading, working out, chilling with friends, good and insightful conversations, swimming, hanging at the beach," and seems to be in New Orleans for a sales meeting. He's also active in church.
Fascinating. Thanks, Mr. Moy, for sharing your music. You get a punk point, while this Silver person -- who also shows up in the hotel network but isn't sharing -- gets a demerit. And props to the hotel for networking its guests.