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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Emulators Organizer 3.0.1.0

This tool is kind of rare, so I thought I'd share it here.

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http://emulators-organizer.webnode.com/

Emulators Organizer does... what it says on the title, really. It's like a Winamp media library (or just plain 'library' if you must), but with ROMs, which I find to be a pretty much EXCELLENT idea. The software isn't exactly the best thing ever, but it's better than nothing. I already left my feedback right here, hoping to see more changes soon.

It's become kind of another project of mine to recollect covers and snapshots for every game... which isn't necessarily a bad thing, since it keeps me busy. It'd be best if it did it automatically though.

So there you go. I am not exactly recommending this, but it's a pretty neat way to 'organize' your stuff, so go ahead and try if you want to.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

iGoogle

is so comfy. It's great to turn on the computer, start the browser and navigate to this page and see all I want to see. With the ideal gadgets (and other niceties) it's just about perfect.

Just because I feel like it I will list the gadgets I have:

·Gmail
·Google Calendars
·Google Reader
·Google (??) Translator
·Google Weather
·Thesaurus (??) Dictionary

If you have any suggestions feel free to name them.

Also no I haven't forgotten about this. Interesting stuff just hasn't happened lately. Just thought I should write about this.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

My music library is finally taking some shape!

Yesterday I redid the structure of my whole music library, using only one folder per album; doing so destroyed all my records in my winamp library but it's worth it!
Just now, I finished organizing all of my single-scattered mp3s so that marks step one complete of my mission to create a perfect library. Step two is now tag them correctly!

Here's the tree structure I have right now, in case you're curious. I still need to separate the multiple-disc albums, and you can see the difference between the tagged and non-tagged files with the filename.

Oh, would I love to be able to archive videos.