First off, I wanted to mention that normal posting has resumed and I should be releasing a new review every week or two again. To kick things off, I posted a review of Planetary Nights’ album Today Ain’t Too Late last night.
Archive for the ‘advice’ Category.
With last weekend being the new year, I did not have a chance to post anything. So, I have combined last week’s news with this week’s for another double-article.
As many of you probably know from previous posts, I have had an eMusic account for around two years. I have always found their service to be a good value and easy to use, but lately I have been having issues due to their recent site changes.
Around about two weeks ago I started experiencing problems with Last.fm‘s scrobbling service. Scrobbling tracks what songs and albums users listen to and suggest similar music that the listeners may also like.
First off, I feel that I must apologize for the lack of posts lately. I had previously been running Ubuntu Linux 8.04, but as I had been having issues, I backed up my data, wiped my drives, and installed Gentoo Linux in its stead.