A Site Worth Seeing: iDoser.com

I have an iPod. And just like the rest of my iGeneration, I use it to listen to my iTunes in my iHome with my iDog while I eat my iSandwich and watch my iDVDs. And now I can even buy an iDose from an iDealer, so that I can get iStoned and iUnconscious.

As ridiculous as it may sound, college computer geeks have developed a new online drug that may prove to be more addictive than Facebook.

I-Doser.com is an online service that promises effects like those of actual drugs, claiming to alter your brainwaves and give you a mental drug dosage.

The product itself is easy to use and straightforward for anyone with basic computer skills to “pick-up-and-play,” with a friendly interface and step-by-step instructions. In addition, first-time users are given some free doses upon initial download, so if you are skeptical or uneasy about listening, a “hassle-free high” is just a click away.

The site provides a list of about 50 available downloads, with prices starting at $3. The variety of simulations is extensive, with choices including Nicotine, Peyote, Marijuana, Serenity, Victory and Orgasm.

The site boasts I-Doser’s mp3s to “scientifically synch your brainwaves to achieve a specific mood or experience, as outlined by the dose you are taking.” The downloads have been advertised to put listeners in a trance-like state by using sounds which are, according to numerous I-Doser frequents, what you might hear if you actually under the influence.

“I was very skeptical at first,” an I-Dose marijuana user with screenname Gale said. “I got butterflies in my stomach … the feeling lasted for about four minutes after I took them off. It was really intense.”

Others, however, are more skeptical of the effects. Senior Rachael Wolber downloaded the software, and listened to her free sample: Victory.

“Nothing really happened to me physically … but my head hurt a little from the sound,” Rachael said. “I’d rather go out and do something that makes me feel victorious than spend $3 on some high pitch noise that’s supposed to make me feel the same way.”

According to an anonymous source, his past experience with drugs has assisted the effects of the experience.

“This isn’t really doing anything exciting of me,” he said. “I think that if I was actually on weed, I would enjoy this a lot more. I think it’s more of a supplement than a pure dose.”

So whether you are searching for a cheap thrill, or are merely curious, the site is definitely one to visit, as the effectiveness of the doses is such a grab bag. You could get lucky.

I-Doser.com It’s cheaper than drugs, but might be unsatisfactorily less damaging.