Feb. 22nd, 2009

Feb. 22nd, 2009 11:38 am

(Originally published at SarahPin.com. You can comment here or there.)

I have made the Mr. Saturn theme from Earthbound my ringtone. But I am deeply disappointed to discover that the new phone has no place to hook my little dangly-charm of Killua from Hunter x Hunter that I got from a vending machine.

I am so much cooler than you.

(Why would Nokia split my cell phone’s manual into 25 separate PDFs and make me download them each individually?)

Blah Apple

Feb. 22nd, 2009 03:33 pm

Having discovered that the cell phone works fine as an MP3 player, I started up my perennial Get The iTunes DRM Off My New Pornographers Albums Project again. I tried three pieces of DRM-cracking software, none of which worked. It is a triumph for Apple’s software engineers!

Except that I just torrented everything instead.

(Originally published at SarahPin.com. You can comment here or there.)

AKICOLJ

Feb. 22nd, 2009 04:32 pm

I just realized that iTunes* went crazy at some point in the past year, and I have two or three copies of about half of my music collection - all in the same folder as the originals, but with different filenames and metadata. The apparently random nature of which files were copied and how many copies I ended up with makes it less than convenient for me to go through and clean the folder up manually.

Is there a program that can search through and identify the duplicate files, even accounting for the differing metadata, and allow me to bulk-delete them? I’ve tried MediaMonkey and Duplicate Music Files Finder, and they both seem to choke on the different-metadata problem.

* I assume this to be iTunes’ fault because it is the only media player/organizer that I have ever used on this computer.

(Originally published at SarahPin.com. You can comment here or there.)

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