Dave Taylor is one of my favorite coding guys; he's got the know-how on everything from HTML to UNIX. So I was pretty bowled over to see Dave's take on Dupin v2.1 in a post on de-dupin' iTunes. Many thanks!
Thanks to John Herrman at Gizmodo for the nice mention in his Dealzmodo Hack: Making iTunes Work For You article. Lot's of good stuff in there.
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.
I've been wanting to update Lossless to AAC Workflow with some improvements for a while and finally got around to it. As a matter of fact, they were mentioned on a recent Mac Geek Gab Podcast . This is a collection of two scripts that assists with importing/converting Apple Lossless tracks and sending AAC copies to iPod such that you can keep archived Lossless files on your hard drive and manageable AAC files on your iPod. The newest version of the scripts run as universal binary and, in general, has performance fixes and enhancements.
Thanks to Eric at the French blog Klakinoumi for posting this article and screencast of Dupin. There's a point in his vid-demo where the tracks are being deleted and he provides some rapid-fire sound effects, which I thought was tres drole. Also, it's worth the look just to hear "Dupin" pronounced in French.