Don't you just love 'em? Promiscuous. Presumptuous. Facebook is full of them -- games and questionnaires and lists that require you to take the whole app onboard just to receive a message. It's one of the main reasons I mostly stay away from Facebook.
But I got intrigued by Blip, a website that allows you to be a "DJ" by making and sharing playlists, when BitMaelstrom, one of my new follows on Twitter and a new user of Blip (but a longtime fellow Althouse commenter), was able to share a beautiful 16th-century motet by Orlando di Lasso. I signed up for Blip and asked it to find anything by Claudio Monteverdi.
No, but cheerfully undeterred -- BANG! In a second it hooked me up with 30 suggested "favorite" fellow DJs, mostly Brazilian (but not named Claudio; I cannot quite follow its reasoning -- ends with "o," maybe?), and started playing a song picked by the first one, LOUDLY. There seemed to be no way to undo the whole deed at once; I would have to go through and "remove" them one by one. I was so horrified I canceled my account.