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Old 07-14-2008, 11:01 AM   #151
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while everyone's here, quick question: is there a program that automatically downloads tags for an MP3 file from a database online or some sort? say i just want the 'Year' tag retrieved for all my songs, is there something i can do that with?
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...I was only supposed to be here for a minute. Oops.
Looks like I'm already hopelessly addicted to this place.

Oh well, I got breakfast anyway, what's it gonna hurt to stay a while.
Now you see how I easily waste away time here!
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13 pages short of an entire thread of drunk posting: 47 of Fake to 34 of Beer. Damn.
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while everyone's here, quick question: is there a program that automatically downloads tags for an MP3 file from a database online or some sort? say i just want the 'Year' tag retrieved for all my songs, is there something i can do that with?
Hm. I've never looked for anything like that, though when I've imported CDs via iTunes, it's accessed some database to fill in the details.

Maybe there's some sort of application out there that uses a site like discogs.com? Really no idea though.
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13 pages short of an entire thread of drunk posting 47 of Fake to 34 of Beer. Damn.
Wow, that's impressive. I only did about 200-250 posts of noticeably drunk posting in Mollie's Nipple!

Also, I totally feel like some port right now, but I'm saving my booze for the upcoming weekend.
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When I was little, I'd accompany my father when he went around vineyards in the Martinborough region of New Zealand. Good times. He was friends with some of the owners and on at least one occasion we helped with the harvest of the grapes. I pinched a fair few off the vines! And I'd actually never been drunk until May this year - I'd always closely watched my drinking.

Ooh, neat. I ride the trams to get pretty much anywhere, which I love - and Melbourne has a huge network, so it's very convenient, and they connect well with the trains.

I'd be quite interested to see pictures! Hope you can get a camera soon. I've loved having one, and am already thinking about upgrading to something higher quality.
Sounds like your childhood was quite a lot of fun!
Wow, really? It feels weird for me to say I'd done it a year ago.

We don't really have those around here. Which is probably because I live in a rather small town outside of the city, but even IN the city, I've never seen any. Must not be a big Ohio thing. We have a few railroad tracks but the only trains you ever see are old ones. Not that they aren't pretty damn cool anyway! Usually when we pass over this overpass that's above one of the tracks, I look both ways to see if I can see a train. And when I went to my first job interview a couple weeks ago, we got interrupted by a train at one of the rail road crossings!

I hope so too. I saw a brilliant sunset last night that I would have loved to have made stock icons out of, but I didn't have a camera to take the pictures. The sky was kind of a greenish-blue and the clouds were sort of tinted yellow. It was definitely the prettiest sunset I'd seen this year! Though I tend to like sunrises better, when the sky looks all cotton candy like.
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Hm. I've never looked for anything like that, though when I've imported CDs via iTunes, it's accessed some database to fill in the details.
GraceNote. And it's usually wrong.
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Now you see how I easily waste away time here!
Yes, I certainly do!
Not that it's a bad thing, this place is pretty damn awesome if I do say so myself.
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GraceNote. And it's usually wrong.
Or just doesn't recognise the album, as was the case with the only album I've actually bought this year (and the reason I bought it was because I knew I wouldn't be able to find a copy to download).
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Sounds like your childhood was quite a lot of fun!
Wow, really? It feels weird for me to say I'd done it a year ago.

We don't really have those around here. Which is probably because I live in a rather small town outside of the city, but even IN the city, I've never seen any. Must not be a big Ohio thing. We have a few railroad tracks but the only trains you ever see are old ones. Not that they aren't pretty damn cool anyway! Usually when we pass over this overpass that's above one of the tracks, I look both ways to see if I can see a train. And when I went to my first job interview a couple weeks ago, we got interrupted by a train at one of the rail road crossings!

I hope so too. I saw a brilliant sunset last night that I would have loved to have made stock icons out of, but I didn't have a camera to take the pictures. The sky was kind of a greenish-blue and the clouds were sort of tinted yellow. It was definitely the prettiest sunset I'd seen this year! Though I tend to like sunrises better, when the sky looks all cotton candy like.
Yeah, it was pretty good, all things considered. Growing up in at least semi-rural New Zealand is fairly ideal, I think.

In the railway/public transport world, the US is notorious for shocking provision of public transport, especially outside of the northeast. In the 1950s, the car lobby was extremely powerful, and sure you got all those interstates out of it, but tram networks were ripped up everywhere and passenger trains largely went bankrupt. Australia and New Zealand followed this trend, though not to the same extremes. Melbourne completely resisted and is now blessed with the best public transport in the Southern Hemisphere. It's a big factor in why I live here now.

Oooh, neat. I'd certainly advise you to do your research when you do get a camera, and it's true you get what you pay for. My digital camera's a nice one just for casual use and came at a cheap price, but it's not ideal any more for what I want to do, now that I have a clue about photography. Plusi t's terrible in low light and nighttime.
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Or just doesn't recognise the album, as was the case with the only album I've actually bought this year (and the reason I bought it was because I knew I wouldn't be able to find a copy to download).
It recognised Captive, but not the Foo Fighters.
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