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Old 10-25-2005, 01:28 AM   #166
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If i've done it right....

http://www.last.fm/user/Aardvark747
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Old 10-25-2005, 04:36 PM   #169
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If i've done it right....

http://www.last.fm/user/Aardvark747
Looks like you did it right!


And I finally got that ipod thing to work so now I can log the many hundreds of songs I listen to at work!
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And I finally got that ipod thing to work so now I can log the many hundreds of songs I listen to at work!



is it pathetic that i'm insanely happy about this? probably.
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is it pathetic that i'm insanely happy about this? probably.

me too!


I listen to a wider selection of music at work than I do at home so my current AudioScobbler is kind of inaccurate as far as my current listening...

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yeah, i listen to a bigger variety at work, i'm less likely to get stuck with a song on repeat because people around me start threating to throw my ipod setup out the window

that's +20 hours of music a week that wasn't getting counted before. not to mention what i listen to on the ipod walking from classes and other errands.

completism

is completism even a real word?
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Does anyone find that they check their Audioscrobbler stats everyday? Perhaps once an hour?

Am I addicted?
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Does anyone find that they check their Audioscrobbler stats everyday? Perhaps once an hour?

Am I addicted?
If you're addicted, I don't know what I am! I'm at the point where I get incredibly pissed off if, for whatever reason, Audioscrobbler "forgets" a song or two.
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Old 10-25-2005, 08:22 PM   #175
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If you're addicted, I don't know what I am! I'm at the point where I get incredibly pissed off if, for whatever reason, Audioscrobbler "forgets" a song or two.



At least i'm not alone on that one - and it seems to have been happening alot recently
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Especially if you play the same song-artist combination twice in a row.

Especially when you have multiple copies (studio/live etc) this can become infuriating.

All this makes me realise the recent milestone of 10,000 plays is truly a lie.
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If you're addicted, I don't know what I am! I'm at the point where I get incredibly pissed off if, for whatever reason, Audioscrobbler "forgets" a song or two.


Me too. But I do also wince sometimes when it records *everything*.

I wish most played tracks were sortable by artist as well.
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Especially if you play the same song-artist combination twice in a row.

Especially when you have multiple copies (studio/live etc) this can become infuriating.

All this makes me realise the recent milestone of 10,000 plays is truly a lie.
You should make your files more specific in terms of name.
I don't know what i'd do if my Audioscrobbler mistook the Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own 96 BPM version for the Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own 99 BPM or 103 BPM versions
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You should make your files more specific in terms of name.
I don't know what i'd do if my Audioscrobbler mistook the Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own 96 BPM version for the Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own 99 BPM or 103 BPM versions


Remixes are fine & easy to label. But how do I distinguish:

Zoo Station - U2 - Achtung Baby
Zoo Station - U2 - ZooTV - Live From Sydney?

I can't without comprimising my iPod.
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with brackets!

but if it's all on your ipod already then that's a problem

I'm kinda fussy about that sort of thing, so I reloaded and renamed all of my U2 files a while back. I clearly had too much time on my hands.
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