iTunesRegistry update

A while back, I posted on the iTunesRegistry website. It’s a fascinating way to analyze your music listening habits in ways that iTunes itself doesn’t track.

Anyhow, I just updated my account with current data. For any of you curious enough to want to see it, here’s the link:

http://www.itunesregistry.com/home/danielmount [EDIT, 11/6/10: Regrettably, the site seems to have crashed, so the link has been removed.]

If you primarily listen to music in iTunes and have an account there, feel free to post your account in the comments.


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  1. Speaking of iTunes, I just this minute opened an alerts from there saying that the Cathedrals’ Sunshine and Roses is now available. They have, IMO, the most pitifully small selection of Cathedrals music … and that album has some great songs that I don’t have digital copies of. I’ll probably be checking it out!

    (Sorry Daniel, I know I post from more different computers ……..)

  2. You know…I never could get my library file to load into their site…maybe I’ll try it again.

  3. You need to make sure you’re loading the .xml file, not the .itl file.

    Also, they only accept up to 30-MB files. If your XML is bigger (probably is, since mine’s 20 MB), then you want to put it in a zip file before uploading.

  4. Yeah….the site never would process all of the songs. It would stop at like 10K and never resume. It appears to be working now…mine’s uploading as I type this.

  5. [EDIT, 11/6/10: Regrettably, the link seems to be broken, so it has been removed.]

    I think you’d like mine, Daniel. 😉

    I got a new computer recently…that’s why the play times are so low.