Monday, April 16, 2007

Not Enough Ways to Play My New Music

OK, so the world is quickly coming to embrace the genius that is iPod. However, has your music collection reached the point where it's growing faster than your ability to consume it?

Last month, I tallied up all of the receipts that I received from the iTunes Store and it totaled a whopping $180.00. Yes, that's a fuck load of music. I have yet to listen to most of those songs even once, but I'm working on it.

Part of the problem is that the iPod doesn't really offer a great way to find those songs that you've recently added. Sure you can create a new Smart Playlist, perhaps one called "Fresh Tracks" or something the like, but unfortunately, there's no way to easily find where one album begins and another ends.

That can be pretty frustrating if you're anything like me, a fan of the album, not the song. I really hope that this problem is solved, some day. The iPod is amazing, even life changing, but I just need it to do one or two more things before I'd call it perfect.

That's my 2¢ and I'm sticking to it.

Peace out.

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