How to play CDs in new cars...
On Friday, June 11, 2021 at 7:14:51 PM UTC-4, Tobiah wrote:
> On 6/10/2021 5:58 PM, Mike Rivers wrote:
> > On 6/10/2021 12:23 PM, Tobiah wrote:
> >> It's definitely time to drop the CD's. There is really no need for
> >> mechanical storage anymore.
> > Sure there is. You can take it with you and you know where it is.
> > Take care of your CDs and they'll last the rest of your life. No need
> > to access the Internet to put data there and then take it out.
> This might be fine if your want to take 5 CD's in the car and put
> them in a visor case, but fumbling with a CD at all is really a
> necessity of the past.
> > Copy 100 hours of music files to your phone and you'll be entertained
> > for a long, but without a good data base you won't be able to find a
> > specific song if you want it.
> For me, it's just "Hey Google, play Dark Side of the Moon", and it's there.
> Also, "play classic rock from the '70s", or "play lute music". The AI
> is getting freakishly good, and it's time to embrace the new way.
You 'embrace' whatever way you want to, and I'll embrace my
way. How's that sound, Mr. Y?
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