Wow. I'm k-impressed with Audio Galaxy
. After discovering that LimeWire
liked to take up about 50MB of RAM and then crash, I perused a filesharing portal
for a Mac Satellite client.
What's not to like? Leave your satellite on 24/7, and when someone logs on with the song you want, you download it automagically. No more downloading the same song five times from five punksters whose connections all drop. You can return more than 100 results. It's easy to find obscure stuff, it just may take a while to get. And as a bonus feature, people have problems spelling, so incorrectly named files get past copyright guards.
In addition, I'm slowly working my way through the gigs of mp3s my brother suggested I grab from him. I don't have the drive space for all of them, so my task is to determine which I hate most. Maybe I just need to make an mp3 CD of "Loud Obnoxious Music." I probably don't need 400 megs of Marilyn Manson.
Wanna grab some of my stuff? Shoot me an email. Much isn't well organized yet, but you'll live.
Colds suck. Why am I sick now that I'm getting the right amount of sleep (more or less) and just went to the HMO? I dislike not having enough brain power to do more than organize mp3s and read LiveJournal.