A tip from a young New York composer led me to Gizoogle, a site that translates any given Google search or web page into Snoop language. Snoop language is, for those who don't know, a sort of additive English dialect devised by the eminent hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg. Here is the opening paragraph of Milton Babbitt's militant new-music manifesto "Who Cares If You Listen?" as rendered by Gizoogle: "This article might have been entitled 'The Wanna Be Gangsta as Specialist' or, alternatizzles n perhaps less contentizzles 'izzle Composa as Anachronism.' For I am concerned wit perpetratin' an attitude towards tha indisputable facts of tha status n condition of tha booty of what we wizzill, fo' tha moment, designate as 'serious,' 'advanced,' contemporary music, aww nah. His rappa expends an enormous amount of tizzle n energy — and, usually, considerable money — on tha creation of a commodity W-H-to-tha-izzich has little, no, or negative commodity value puttin tha smack down. ‘E is, in essence, a 'vanity' brotha. One, two three and to tha four. He general public is largely unaware of n uninterested in his music. Tha majority of performa shun it n resent it. Conseqizzles tha music is shawty performed, n T-H-to-tha-izzen primarily at poorly attended concerts before an audience perpetratin' in tha main of fellow professizzles in da club." I think I finally get it!