Good foo Gone bar

Until today, ImgBurn was my go-to app when I needed to read (rip) or write an optical disc. ImgBurn had a great reputation for being free and exceeding expectations. ImgBurn was like, oh, WinAmp before AOL; it was like your all-time favorite band before they sold out.

I looks like the ImgBurn crew sold out. Oh well.

ps. I realize this is not an appropriate use of the foobar construction. I probably should have titled this “Good foo gone bad” or perhaps “Good foo gone fubar”.