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2014-04-08

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A Google Trends chart used as part of the argument for the death of the guitar tab website, from the Washington Post’s story, A generation learned Nirvana songs on guitar tab Web sites. But now? Nevermind.
Meanwhile,

new Web sites and technologies gradually cycled tabs toward obsolescence. You could stare at the minimalist, Courier-New tab page for “About a Girl” until your eyes crust over — or you could click over to YouTube, where 38,000 people have uploaded tutorials for the exact same song.

A Google Trends chart used as part of the argument for the death of the guitar tab website, from the Washington Post’s story, A generation learned Nirvana songs on guitar tab Web sites. But now? Nevermind.

Meanwhile,

new Web sites and technologies gradually cycled tabs toward obsolescence. You could stare at the minimalist, Courier-New tab page for “About a Girl” until your eyes crust over — or you could click over to YouTube, where 38,000 people have uploaded tutorials for the exact same song.

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    For the tabs of the world!
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