In the 50s it was refer, then every 10 years came something new: LSD, Cocaine, Crack, Ecstasy and who knows what in the 2000s.
In 2010? mp3s!
According to a report posted earlier this month on wired.com, teenagers around the country are listening to mp3 files that “induce a state of ecstasy.”
Wired’s report is based on a televised story from Kansas News 9 which called the experience “i-dosing.”
“(It) involves finding an online dealer who can hook you up with “digital drugs” that get you high through your headphones.”
If I remember right, we listen to music for the rush and euphoria associated with the tones created by various instruments.
So is there nothing to see here?
You can find Gawker’s take here.