A modern interpretation of the apple-orange

Not long ago Dubner blogged about the various knock-offs of the apple-orange concept.

Here is one that is a little different — is there perhaps a bit of onion thrown into the mix for good luck?

The website must be gettting a lot of traffic because a whole bunch of Freakonomics blog readers have already been in touch to alert us. I have never heard of an MP3 blog. I suppose if I love my iPod I should also love MP3 blogs.


shanek

In Penn & Teller's book How To Play With Your Food they describe how to do a trick whereby you peel an orange and there's an apple inside.

Just thought it was kinda-sorta relevant.

paul.irish

Steven, as a reader of your book and your blog, I'm glad to welcome you into the world of mp3 blogs. You can check out the wikipedia entry for all the nitty.
Also click through to my own site, Aurgasm, to get a sense of what they are. Us mp3 bloggers basically feature music we love and thing other people will enjoy as well. The mp3s are free for the taking.
Enjoy. :)

snubgodtoh

paul.irish,
Neatest thing ever, thanks so much.
Are the downloads legitimately free?

paul.irish

snubgodtoh, you bet. Free for the taking. Legally, all of aurgasm's files are in the clear. But most mp3 blogs don't seek permission for everything they post. As an end user, you needn't have worries about that, however.

shanek

In Penn & Teller's book How To Play With Your Food they describe how to do a trick whereby you peel an orange and there's an apple inside.

Just thought it was kinda-sorta relevant.

paul.irish

Steven, as a reader of your book and your blog, I'm glad to welcome you into the world of mp3 blogs. You can check out the wikipedia entry for all the nitty.
Also click through to my own site, Aurgasm, to get a sense of what they are. Us mp3 bloggers basically feature music we love and thing other people will enjoy as well. The mp3s are free for the taking.
Enjoy. :)

snubgodtoh

paul.irish,
Neatest thing ever, thanks so much.
Are the downloads legitimately free?

paul.irish

snubgodtoh, you bet. Free for the taking. Legally, all of aurgasm's files are in the clear. But most mp3 blogs don't seek permission for everything they post. As an end user, you needn't have worries about that, however.