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so i downloaded itunes here at work yesterday. i wasn't really planning on loading any songs onto my workstation, i figured i would just use it as my cd player. [yes, i'm so old school]. lo and behold, i open itunes today and someone's playlist has shown up. with 2097 songs, 6.1 days, 11.63 gb worth of music.

this should be interesting.

[note to lana: i am currently listening to great big sea!]

update: looks like a few people have itunes running loose. could be an interesting way to expand my music horizons. it's rather amusing to see the eclectic nature of others' libraries.

Posted on Wednesday, June 28, 2006 at 08:44AM by Registered Commentermdog | Comments5 Comments

Reader Comments (5)

is it stealing if someone just leaves it there? :O)

so tell me if you find something good.
Jun 28, 2006 at 10:03AM | Unregistered Commenterpaul
well, i'm not downloading... just listening.
Jun 28, 2006 at 10:08AM | Registered Commentermdog
Hey Maria, I <a href="http://b109.com/archives/000941.html">love</a> itunes network usage. It's even better here at the 'tute, where entire buildings are networked with lots of labs filled with grad students who are brilliant, easily bored, and more than a little bit strange. Let us know what you find!
Jun 28, 2006 at 04:29PM | Unregistered Commenterrachel
you can't steal it off the network, you can't save or burn from others' playlists. it's clever and frustrating preventative work by apple.
Jun 28, 2006 at 04:30PM | Unregistered Commenterrachel
gbs, huh?!! COOL! i forgot about exposing you to the celtic side of my nation ;D

i didn't know about this whole phenomenon... will HAVE to check it out, now that the dog days of summer have finally arrived!! YAHOO!

*reaches across inflatable kiddie pool and sips a cold one*
Jun 29, 2006 at 06:38PM | Unregistered Commenterlana

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