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Goofing Off - trinalin thinks things through
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Goofing Off
I had intended to do more useful stuff around the house things this weekend. But you know, it's Spring Break, so goofing off has been my priority. And my main goofing off point has been playing City of Heroes. Yesterday, I did two Task Forces (which are big long-ass missions that you do with multiple players) with two of my heroes and got a lot of badges for my BadgeWhore, Icy Hot Man. Today, I've mostly been working on my MP3 database/tags. I hope to have the correct album art and song release dates for each of my MP3s. I have over 30GB of MP3s from my music collection.

I've noticed that I love having catalogs of my collections. I think it's the anal in me. But I have a database of my MP3s (thanks to MediaMonkey), a database of my DVDs (thanks to DVD Profiler), and even (the start of) a database of my books. I still don't really understand why I like having catalogs of my stuff, but I live with it. :-)

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Current Mood: contemplative anal retentive
Current Music: Bewitched "The Spooky Chair"

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scarfman From: scarfman Date: March 27th, 2006 02:37 am (UTC) (Link)

I have databases for my webcartoons. Helps me track when I've reused an old gag on the new site ...

bradley316 From: bradley316 Date: March 27th, 2006 04:37 am (UTC) (Link)
Is there a cataloging program for CDs? I can't seem to find one that is similar to what the DVD profiler is.
trinalin From: trinalin Date: March 27th, 2006 05:36 pm (UTC) (Link)
The company that made my book database also has a music database. http://www.collectorz.com/music/ I've no idea how good it is, since I basically database my music using my MP3s. But I like their book database - it automatically looks up ISBN numbers from a variety of sources. And with my IR scanner on my work handheld, I can get a lot of ISBN numbers in a short span of time. :-)

If you eventually rip all of your CDs into MP3s, I think MediaMonkey is the best for cataloging those.
bradley316 From: bradley316 Date: March 28th, 2006 04:11 am (UTC) (Link)
Thanks! I'll check this out!
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