Member since: Mar 8th, 2006
Dec 8th 2006 12:58PM I was going to try it today, based on a recommendation from a reader of my blog. But I have to admit, I was completely turned off by the registration page. They want my physical address, date of birth, and gender? I don't think so. In addition, I'm very uncomfortable with the concept of giving my gmail address and password (!) on the main registration page - that should be something that you tweak in the options. No go for me. Not even going to try it out.
Dec 1st 2006 10:27AM Re adding artwork without an Itunes account. Do the same thing described above to get into a particular song's (actually pick the whole album) artwork, but double-click on the big thumbnail box for Album artwork. That'll open a dialog box, asking you to navigate to an image on your hard drive. Find the image you already have, and presto.
Apr 6th 2006 9:57PM I've just killed 20 minutes playing with this site. What a hoot. Most fun I've had on the web in weeks!
Mar 8th 2006 1:01PM Wow, I have to say I'm disappointed. I've been using Onfolio and it's great at what it does. Unfortunately, I've mostly be using it as a really really good RSS reader, but that's more me, as opposed to the software. And it's not that I'm anti-Microsoft, but really, do they need to own everything? I've been trying to move away from their web stuff, since IE just can't compare to FireFox. Now, I feel that the lovely little evolutionary branch of Onfolio + FireFox goodness has just been snipped. Sigh.
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