Picking the collective grey cells.
In the early 90's there was a series of articles about someone who did
cd-r testing by placing different cd-r's in his car. He started it after
a accidental TDK cd-r that he left in his car was unplayable after two
or three days IIRC. I don't remember if it was Stereo review or Mix
Magazine, and whether it was Stephen St. Croix or someone else. If this
rings a bell with anyone and can point me to an online archive of this
that will be great. Here is what I do remember.
1. TDK was furious and threatened to sue.
2. He went all out against the green dye (cyanine?) and was for the
light green (thalocyonine?)
3. Most of his research was done IIRC by placing the burnt cd's in his
car or a window in his house.
4. After this research Mitsui gained wide acceptance as an archival
Any help will be appreciated.
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