Following up on my recent frustrations with the new iTunes Match service having a 25,000 song limit on library size, Macworld has a quick, and obvious band-aid solution: Create two separate libraries. One main library with all of your content, and then one new library with only the 25,000 songs you want to have matched.
Apple Launches iTunes Match – With 25,000 Song Limit
Apple finally made its iTunes Match service available to the public today, coupled with the latest iTunes 10.5.1 update. Users may subscribe for $25/year, and have access to “all” of their iTunes music from the cloud – with a catch. In the fine print, you’ll see that the matching service is limited to 25,000 songs. …
This is just the story I need to hear to convince myself that Joost is doomed. Apparently Joost’s former CTO Dirk-Willem van Gulik was fired and then hired by BBC on the same day. Sounds like there’s some unrest within the Joost office, that would cause them to fire a guy who the BBC things …
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