To cheer myself, all I wanted was to relive some classic 90's songs. Was particularly in the mood for that sepia stained video of Meat Loaf's, "I would do anything for love (but I won't do that)". YouTube Gods always come in handy for such urges.
The video appeared as captured (left). Now I am certainly not a Bieber-hater but was surprised by the intensity of my annoyance at this sliver of Bieberism outlining my epic Meat Loaf video. I tried to coax my eyes to focus on the video but failed. I then minimised the window so as to only expose myself to the aural elements of the song - a clever ploy that would undoubtedly shield me from any inadvertent glances at this baffling phenomenon of a 'child'. Yes, I have now been able to listen to the song I was after but not without the piercing unease of knowing what else is out there in my minimised window.
I don't know where you're going with this EMI but you really need to work on your customer segmentation models. Meat Loaf listening clients (or indeed any variety of grown-ups!) are unlikely to be appreciative of our boy wonder.
Rant over. Still sick.