I just got this email from Slacker. Whoever wrote it loves boldface and capital letters.
"It’s HERE: Slacker is now LiveXLive Powered By Slacker! We’ve joined forces with our parent company, LiveXLive, to bring you more ways to enjoy your favorite Slacker music and content--everything you love about Slacker and so much MORE. The update is rolling out now so you’ll have access to the new app by Wednesday. Oh, and you should totally take advantage of an entire year of Plus (no ads & unlimited skips!) for just $9.99, a savings of almost 80%! This will only be available for a short time and we may NEVER offer a deal this good again! We can't wait to hear what you think about LiveXLive powered by Slacker."
slack·er \'sla-kər\ n (1898) 1 : a person who shirks work or obligation; esp : one who evades military service in time of war 2 : a person and esp. a young person who is perceived to be disaffected, apathetic, cynical or lacking ambition
Tell me again why Celite Milbrandt thought "Slacker" would be a good name for a music streaming service.