December 16, 2012

And speaking of music. . . .

Filed under: Modern artifacts, Pop culture — acagle @ 3:38 pm

I spent a half hour yesterday going through my main iTunes library sorting out single songs that I’ve downloaded over the past couple of years, or were otherwise sitting on my inherited computer. Most were actually free: Starbucks used to have these cards every week that would get you a free downloaded song, plus iTunes itself had a Single of the Week thing that I’d always check out (but haven’t recently for some reason) so I downloaded a lot of those things. Trouble is, they’re not sorted where I’d listen to them, although for a time I maintained a Playlist for them, but that got lost somewhere along the way. So I made a new one. Turned out I had 140 songs for over 9 hours’ worth of listening. And all free!

1 Comment

  1. I love the smart playlist function for this very reason. I have many playlists but one of my most used is “Added in the past three months” and contains only songs added in the last three months. Another favourite smart playlist is “Neglected Lovers”, and contains all songs I have rated over 3 stars and not heard in the past 6 months. It’s a great way to ensure I only hear songs I like but haven’t heard in ages.

    Comment by Vincent — December 17, 2012 @ 4:59 pm

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