__/ [Perfect Reign] on Thursday 08 December 2005 16:49 \__
> On Thu, 8 Dec 2005 17:35:57 +0100, someone posing as houghi took a five
> minute break from flipping burgers to boot up the etch-a-sketch and
> [wget for music downloads]
>> Perfect Reign wrote:
>>> Damn! I knew I needed a reason to buy a new 250GB hard drive! Thanks for
>>> the tip!
>> Don't forget that the songs you download might not be exactly what you
>> like and might be a bit more then 250GB.
Not unless a heck of a lot of sites get listed. You can make it faster by
multithreading: wget <ommited_options> list1 & wget <ommited_options> list2
& wget <ommited_options> list3
> Hey, as long as it isn't The Top 1500 Arabic Polka Dance Songs, I'm good to
Choose sites that suit your taste of music. There are Wikis that link to MP3
blogs, categorised by genre.
> Looking in Amarok over on the laptop, I see 3491 tracks in my collection
> taking up 15.1 GB of my hard drive. I did have to weed it down from around
> 30GB, which was half my hard drive. I moved a bunch of stuff off to DVDs.
> You gotta do SOMETHING while at work, ya know.
I know what you mean. If one listens to music 10 hours a day, a single CD
won't last for long. Getting new music can be made autonomous and consume
none of your time.
> BTW, say 'hi' to Condoleeza for me, will ya?
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