EVERYTHING MUST GO

“We had a lot of typical things, like company-paid lunches and blue-haired kids running around on skateboards, and it was the time when we thought we were going to rule the world.But I have to get the building in order and return it to the landlord in its original condition.”

Former MP3.com employee David Agresti, who’s now charged with effacing all signs of its erstwhile hipness, Wired News, 9 March 2004

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