Thankfully for Mother Earth, this reduces our need for less than eco friendly packaging and waste to pile up in landfills. So what do we do with all the old CDs whose music we now have stored in our digital libraries but are still taking up precious storage space? If you don't want to lug them down to Rasputin to trade in, make them into a killer disco ball! Although you could officially recycle them, this DIY project I caught on wikiHow is pretty simple and totally cool if you have a party pad and want to add that little extra oomph to your next soiree. All you need is a glue gun, a Styrofoam ball, (size depending on how many CDs you have), some craft scissors, a bamboo stick or skewer, some string and a little patience. To see how to construct your CD Disco Ball, just read more
Each CD has 14 classic children's tunes that incorporate the new tot's name in the lyrics more than 80 times. It's truly a welcome to the world and the music encourages learning and language development.
To see a list of songs on the CD, read more
Even with the proliferation of digital music, I still can't seem to part with my CDs, and it seems many of you still buy CDs, too. Just how many do you have taking up space in your house?
I'm going to spend a lot of time on BuzzSugar telling you what to watch, read, and listen to, but I want to know what you guys are watching, reading, and listening to, too. Luckily, TeamSugar has added a cool new bookmarking feature that will make it easy for you to bookmark and capture anything on the Web that you consider "Buzzworthy."
A Buzzworthy bookmark could be a CD or book you want to buy, a cool music video on YouTube, or a streaming MP3 of a song you can't stop listening to. Then, every Wednesday on BuzzSugar, I'll feature my favorite TeamSugar Buzzworthy of the week. (You can see my Buzzworthy picks here.)
If you already have a "That's Fab" button on your browser's tool bar, you can use that to bookmark your Buzzworthy items. If you don't have a "That's Fab" button, you'll have to add a simple link to your browser's favorites. Just visit geekSugar to watch a short video explaining how to get the TeamSugar bookmarks button.