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January 25, 2009


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Seriously, doesn't EVERYBODY do the media stacking thing? I didn't know that it had a name, but I've been doing other things while watching television for years, and while I don't ALWAYS have the tv on while I'm on the internet, I usually do for at least an hour or so ...


Hello --Deb - Yes, that thing we all do actually has a name. ;)

Media stacking is a way of life for many I know, too.

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