I just gave Delicious Library 2.0 a shot and it’s a mixed bag. Importing via the iSight is nice and it sure is a pretty program, but I wish it was a little more database focused. I might give DVDpedia a shot, but I think DL2.0 is good enough.
I really miss the program I used back in my Winny days, DVD Profiler. It relied on user to input information into it’s database which was then used to fill out the information when you typed in the ISBN or UPC number or put the DVD in the drive and let the app recognize it automatically (though I always found it easier to just type in the number). For a tiny few titles, it was crazy, but for the most part it was spot on. Of course you’d run into issues with spelling every now and then, and the use or not of “Jr.” or other end of name things. What I loved most about the program though, was that it acted like a real database app. What I mean is I could sort the info however I wanted. I could click a movie and it would bring up all the info, including full cast lists. And for most/all of the actors I could click on the name and it would bring up what other movies the actor appeared in within my collection. Or director or etc etc etc. It was great. Admittedly it’s not the most useful/necessary feature, but it was something I loved. Sometimes I would go on a movie run where I tried to connect the next movie with the movie I just watched and it was very useful.
I loved this app so much, that I considered installing VPC and windows JUST for it in my PPC days and to this day think about running a virtual XP machine to use it. Though it might suck now, I used it many many years ago.
I don’t know anything at all about programming, but if I did, I’d volunteer some time to pick up the torch.
Quicksilver’s dying. )=
Dimension n-Series Desktop
Buy a computer without any OS on it. No more crap Windows/manufacturer extra crap software. Heck no Windows, unless you want it (buy Vista for $119 or something at Newegg, no links for you guys, I’m lazy). Linux, etc. Go at it.
In Japan, barely a ripple – Los Angeles Times
Well not all of Asia, but most definitely Japan and South Korea. Even the iPhone is lackluster to them. Though despite all they can do with their phones, I’d imagine even they would have to admit that the touch interface (multi-touch) is pretty damn cool. And of course in Japan and SK they don’t care that their phones are thick. They don’t have the RAZR induced slim wars over there.
Windows Vista security flaw discovered – Security – MSNBC.com
The flaw affects older Windows systems, too, and Hypponen said vulnerabilities like these are quite common and can be fixed with a software patch
haha, that was quick. This doesn’t sound like a big deal. I just love that MS’s answer is basically “Oh, we’ll patch it… don’t sweat it…” hahaha
Portable OS X Apps
get your portable apps here, for OS X that is. Apparently they aren’t free, donationware. I like the idea of portable apps, but I’ve never really used them. Granted it would help if I had a thumbdrive. For whatever reason I find carrying that around much easier than carrying a tiny cable to hook up my phone and its 1GB mem card (nevermind that I ALWAYS have my celly with me).
still don’t know how to make links. I’m still an idiot.