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Managing Your Spotify Music Collection

Managing Your Spotify Music Collection

I’ve blogged before about the best way to manage your Spotify music collection, but I’ve fine-tuned things a bit since then (and Spotify have simplified playlist drag-and-drop recently) so here’s a refresher. UPDATE 14/10/2010 – Have a look at Delicious!
How to Manage Your Personal Spotify Collection (Updated)

How to Manage Your Personal Spotify Collection (Updated)

Need an easy way to manage and keep track of all your music on Spotify? Once you’ve added more than a dozen or so albums to your Spotify list, it soon becomes difficult to manage them as they become one big long list in Spotify. One option might be to use blank playlist dividers, but this doesn’t let you nest, say a 60’s Rock and Roll folder in your Rock folder. Using one of the many playlist sites doesn’t really [...]
Firefox Plugins

Firefox Plugins

Here’s what my Firefox browser looks like on my home PC, showing four add-ons I think are essential: Foxmarks – I dithered about adding this for a few weeks but now I have it installed on my home PC, work PC, and EeePC. Foxmarks syncs and backs up your bookmarks across multiple computers, so I now never need to worry about losing a bookmark or being on the wrong PC. Best thing is you can set up different profiles e.g. oneset [...]
Feedly – Feedly Now!

Feedly – Feedly Now!

It’s a weekend of 2.0 bootstrapping for me and my new favourite firefox plugin is feedly, a super-slick addon that takes your Google Reader feeds and pretties them all up into a sweet custom magazine view:There’s loads of configuration and view options, and it all syncs perfectly with my other readers on other devices (vanilla Google Reader on my G1, Feedly on my work PC etc). Set-up is easy, more so if you already use Google [...]
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