16 Aug 04Playlist Magazine To Provide Hot Playlist Action.


Mac Publishing LLC has announced Playlist, a new magazine for digital music fans.

According to sources within Mac Publishing LLC, Playlist will bring hot playlist action to Mac and Windows users.

Jason Snell, editor in chief of Mac Publishing LLC, was coy about the risqué nature of the new magazine.

“Our philosophy is show readers the playlist next door,” Snell said. “These are approachable playlists. Not the ones that might have snubbed you in high school and laughed at you behind your back and humiliated you and made jokes about your skin and…”

“Well… we just think people will like these playlists. They’re full-bodied and attractive… and just a little naughty.”

Those who have seen advance copies of Playlist concur.

“Oh, I’d totally feel comfortable using one of these playlists,” said Delicious Monster co-founder Wil Shipley.

“Not that I’d just use a playlist. I mean… I’d totally call it up later. It’s not like that.

“Well… OK… a couple of times it’s been like that. You know… sometimes you drink a lot and start listening to a playlist you wouldn’t normally listen to and then one thing leads to another and you wake up the next day and want to chew off your ear phone cords…

“Hey, am I right, fellas? I know it ain’t just me!”

Snell believes Playlist will appeal to digital music aficionados of all platforms.

“You’ll definitely want to check out our playlists of the Big 10 issue,” Snell said, winking obnoxiously.

“Just in time for football season!” he added, winking again for no apparent reason.

No Responses to “Playlist Magazine To Provide Hot Playlist Action.”

  1. Chuckles the clown says:

    first?

  2. Dan says:

    I guess this makes 2

  3. second says:

    Second!

  4. Damn says:

    Damn you win

  5. EMan says:

    I dunno. Some playlists look so fake, so plastic. I hope they find natural playlists from, say, the Czech Republic.

  6. This article mentions Delicious Monster and Wil Shipley only so it can be found in google once in a while.

    Huh. What ever happened to Macs-Ahoy?

  7. Tan says:

    I like my playlists to has big bASS

  8. UhhhDude says:

    Do lesbian ninjas have playlists?

  9. Small Paul says:

    But you just know it won’t feature any of the special playlists that I like. I’m talking really, really BIG. Like, 1200 songs and counting big. Ooooooooh, yeah.

    It’ll be all 5s and 10s, maybe the odd 20. Nothing reeeaaaal big.

    Doesn’t matter. I get it all online anyway.

    10th. Gah. I’m off to Mega Post. Oooooh yeah!

  10. Del says:

    YaY Small Paul! The Mega Post is waiting. Plus the robot has a spammer tied up in the corner.. or what is left of him. You should go over and take a few kicks. It’s quite fun.

  11. PixelGrid says:

    I only read Playlist for the articles.

  12. MacStansbury says:

    um, I don’t get it?

    is this like, a joke or something? cause Playlists aren’t really all that…I mean, how can you call a playlist?

    is he talking about some sort of HID function or low-level system call? is that what all that yellow-box, opendoc, Copeland stuff was all about?

    and what’s up with Playlists of the Big 10 anyways? I have no idea what you’re talking about, but I have to go with the SEC. Gotta support my Vols!

  13. fuddes says:

    Some people like John Moltz just sit in their room and play with their own playlist all day. That’s why his hands are hairy.

  14. CTHULHU says:

    SOMETIMES EVEN DEMON-GODS ENJOY REALLY BIG PLAYLISTS!

    EXCEPT GLAARKU…WHAT A WANKER!

  15. GLAARKU says:

    “ALL HAIL LORD GLAARKU!! ALL TREMBLE IN FEAR AT HIS PLAYLIST! HIS THUNDEROUS HEADPHONES ARE THE SOUND OF DEATH, HIS PLAYLIST IS REALLY REALLY BIG, IT’S LIKE 2400-2500 SONGS, THAT BIG, PRETTY BIG DON’T CHA KNOW. HIS HOT-HOT PLAYLIST ACTION SHALL BE YOUR FINAL UNDOING!”

    Hey, this isn’t my…

    “SUCH IS THE WILL OF GLAARKU! HAIL!”

    Jeez, what a loudmouth. What the hell was that?

  16. Huck says:

    Why hello, Playlist, have you met Mr. Cheezewhiz? No? I’ll introduce you then!

  17. Del says:

    My, what a *big* playlist you have.

    *wink*

  18. bear says:

    Are playlists air-brushed, or do they represent the unretouched truth???

  19. UhhhDude says:

    WARNING: Gazing at playlists for extended periods will incite playlust.

  20. iAlien says:

    I had a pretty nice playlist, but then it left me, and I was sad, but I got two new playlists! Two playlists at once, am I in heaven? The moral: “There’s always more playlists in the pod.” or “Don’t count your playlists before they hatch.” or “Two playlists in pod are worth one in the…

    oh never mind. I’ve got nothin’.

  21. greenacres says:

    Reminds me of college…my roommate had a paper ‘playlist’ collection that the people on the floor would sit around and pretend to listen to. Ah, those were the days….

  22. Anonymous says:

    You can play my playlist anytime, baby.

  23. Jason Snell says:

    I keep winking because there’s something in my eye… (wink) dammit!

  24. Winky III, esq. says:

    I’ll do all the winking around here, thanks!

    ~ winky

  25. whappa says:

    I prefer Smart Playlists. The ones in the magazine are probably all shallow and care only about their own popularity. The Smart Playlists are classier, and truly respond to my needs. You can interact intelligently with a Smart Playlist- something that you just won’t get from the dumb playlists likely to be featured in the magazine.

  26. bear says:

    Do Smart Playlists hope for World Peace?

  27. bear says:

    ….or taking this a step further, if there are “Shallow Playlists”, then, ergo, there must be “Deep Playlists”. If so, what do they know about the Watergate break-in?????

  28. Jesus Moltz! says:

    WTF wuz that!! You call that an article?! Go back to moving ya mangy mutt.

  29. pran says:

    NO CARS UPDATE,PVT WON’T LOAD, GIRLFRIENDS OUT OF TOWN, WOT TO DO ?

  30. biiiiiiilly says:

    Wot to do?

    Look at some great, hardcore playlist action, baby!