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A cry for help, and iTunes link love

Dear reader, I need your help. I love my Last.fm/audioscrobbler account. But I have a dillema that keeps it from reflecting my true taste in music. You see, I prefer to listen to my music over speakers, and thusly, via my Mac Mini. It's where all of my new music lives. The problem is, it's also where all of THE WIFE's music lives, and THE WIFE, well, THE WIFE has a few songs in her playlists that are the suck.

I mean, it's not that they're the suck. Not really. It's just that I'm not into all that meditative ambient stuff. THE WIFE's top-played track? His Royal Soul Has Flown Away from World Flutes. And since sometimes she'll hit the meditation playlist for hours on end, my audioscrobbler page would look like a New Age bookstore if I uploaded it from the Mini. I have a reputation to uphold, you know? Punk as fuck. Or at least folk as pluck, but you get my drift. I'm not on the Breath of Fire bandwagon.

So what to do? I wish there was a way to exclude certain playlists or genres from Audioscrobbler. Is there? Let me know.

In the meantime, I've been working on an iTunes toolbox story for a few weeks, and I thought I'd do a big ass link dump. So, in case you don't know, which you probably do, here are a few delightful diversions to enhance iTunes:
  • Couldn't you just sign both users in and switch between them?

    That assumes both of us would consistnatly switch, which we wouldn't



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