How Emory Manages his Media

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Date: Monday, November 28th, 2005, 20:47
Category: Accessory

5819-large.jpegEveryone dreams of having all their media digitized and available on a server somewhere. The utopia world would be filled with cheap, fast broadband so we could stream this and on-demand that but the reality of the situation is that we still maintain certain amount atoms, mostly in the form of shiny 5-inch discs, and they need to be stored somewhere.
Until we Apple opens the iMovie Video Store and we can stream any title we want to our WiMax-enabled SuperPods we’re forced to manage traditional a bunch media delivery vehicles, namely CDs and DVDs. In this installment, we’ll examine how Emory manages his media.

I have been having a hard time finding out just how it is that I’m supposed to manage the massive amounts of media that get archived onto DVDs and CDs in our house. With most of our movie watching and music listening happening on XBox Media Center these days, I needed a good way to stop keeping things in piles all over the house.
What I came up with is pretty simple, and wound up being very inexpensive to boot.

Read the rest of Emory’s “un-informed, un-important blathering” at Incumbent.org.


5819-large.jpegEveryone dreams of having all their media digitized and available on a server somewhere. The utopia world would be filled with cheap, fast broadband so we could stream this and on-demand that but the reality of the situation is that we still maintain certain amount atoms, mostly in the form of shiny 5-inch discs, and they need to be stored somewhere.
Until we Apple opens the iMovie Video Store and we can stream any title we want to our WiMax-enabled SuperPods we’re forced to manage traditional a bunch media delivery vehicles, namely CDs and DVDs. In this installment, we’ll examine how Emory manages his media.

I have been having a hard time finding out just how it is that I’m supposed to manage the massive amounts of media that get archived onto DVDs and CDs in our house. With most of our movie watching and music listening happening on XBox Media Center these days, I needed a good way to stop keeping things in piles all over the house.
What I came up with is pretty simple, and wound up being very inexpensive to boot.

Read the rest of Emory’s “un-informed, un-important blathering” at Incumbent.org.

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