June 2008

June 15 2008 - 11:14 am


Episode 37 of Tekzilla features this site in their “Websites We Can’t Get Enough Of” segment. Thanks for the mench! And thanks to Correspondent Perceval McElhearn for letting me know.

June 11 2008 - 10:46 am

MacLife Mench

The July ’08 issue of MacLife has a feature entitled The 30 Best Mac Apps You Never Heard Of. This site lands between #17 (Handbrake) and #19 (Cyberduck). Neat! Thanks!

June 10 2008 - 12:23 pm

AOL Radio on Safari

The NYT notes that AOL Radio now works with Safari on the Mac. Additionally, the service adds all 140 CBS-owned radio stations. I’ve been checking it out and, while online radio isn’t exactly my thing, it ain’t bad.

June 9 2008 - 4:36 pm

iTunes 7.7 On the Horizon

The Unofficial Apple Weblog notes that the new iPhone 3G, available July 11, requires iTunes 7.7. Release date unknown, but obviously it will be before 7/11.

June 6 2008 - 1:42 pm

UPDATED: Set Video Kind of Selected v3.1

Set Video Kind of Selected had a small problem running in Tiger: it couldn’t get the version of iTunes correctly and threw an error. This is fixed in this latest version.

This script will change the video kind property of the selected tracks to your choice of “Movie”, “Music Video” or “TV Show”. Additionally, “Show Name”, “Season Number”, and “Episode Number” can also be set or cleared for each selected track.

June 5 2008 - 12:36 pm

NEW: Selected Tags to Lyrics

I never bother much with Lyrics, so I didn’t realize Lyrics for the current track on the iPhone or iPod Touch could be made visible until Far-Flung Antipodes Correspondent Jon Jong queried about putting various tags into the Lyrics tag so they could be viewed instead.

Selected Tags to Lyrics will allow you to copy any combination of the Name, Artist, Album, Grouping, Composer, BPM, Comments and/or Description of the selected tracks to the Lyrics tag of each. Tap-tap, and there you are!

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