From: John Williamson <johnwilliam...@btinternet.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2012 16:45:57 +0100
Local: Fri, Jul 20 2012 11:45 am
Subject: Re: Encoding MP3s to "self destruct": Does such a technique exist?
thekmanro...@gmail.com wrote:See my other reply. Management of digital files for any medium
> Seriously though, the songs are truncating in all of these locations at once:
> the iPod, iTunes, the source folder on my PC, and my backup folders on my USB toshiba hard drive.
> I'm hoping this behavior will start to decrease as I repair more mp3s in MP3Val. This management of my digital music collection is turning into a full-time job! You guys had it so much better in the vinyl & reel-to-reel days, you just don't know it yet.
(Pictures, video, the written word, music....) is a *lot* easier than
keeping track of actual physical objects. Have you never lost a cassette
or reel of tape? Or had your only copy of a piece of music totally
mangled by a defective player? Or dropped a reel of tape on the floor?
We do know which is easier, and believe me, we are using it.
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