Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Nah nah, nah-nah-nah nah nah naaaah...

Minna Daisuki Katamari Damashii (That's We Love Katamari to you) has been released in the US, in a language slightly more understandable than it's native moonspeak. And by the internet corollary (all release dates are now worldwide) I have had a brief foray into the Cosmos.

I can't comment on the translation (is that ma, or bent leg?), but all the charm is still there, from dancing pandas to operatic storyline.

Shouldn't have ticked that box...

Picture the scene:
"Ah, lovely. all my MP3's, OGGs and FLACs are all organised by album and series (in the case of sountracks, which are in the majority), making it easy to find anything. Now I just have to add them to iTunes, aaaaand done.

Wait a minute.

They're now sorted by artist?!"

Yes, iTunes has decided that it can organise my music better than I can, and went ahead and did.
Thus, the last 2 hours have been spent re-sorting everything. now, to open iTunes once more, and hope that unticking that persnickety checkbox did the job.

::EDIT:: And wouldn't you have guessed it, I now need to re-import everything again. Joy!


Well, that's the end of my iPod hating elitism, I've caved in and bought a nano. Via ebay of course, being the cheapskate that I am.

Now to buy some HiFi headphones and complain that my lossy-encoded music sounds bad.

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Welcome to my mind

- and it is indeed odd.