|2 June 2001|
I blink and they say that I'm sad
I hide and they think that I'm mad
-- "A Vacant Stare (The Turtle Cycle)", The Bobs, Coaster, 2000
Long, moving, enlightening: Morton Kondracke on his wife's bout with Parkinson's disease and the trouble involved in getting the government to increase the level of Parkinson's research funding to be more than a small fraction of what it spends on AIDS research. Highly recommended reading:
Hank Ketcham, 1920-2001. Dennis the Menace wasn't one of my favorites, but it had its moments.
Question for the audience: I now have a Windows machine in addition to my Mac zoo, and I would like to play mp3s from the Windows box with the same ease that iTunes gives me. Or at least something close.
Specifically, typing a word should filter the available list of thousands of tracks down to those containing the word, and the player should be able to sort songs by track number within an album without needing the track number to be part of the filename. I have had no luck. Can anybody help me? Or is iTunes that far ahead of Windows MP3 player interfaces?