computers are hard
i've spent much of my evening trying to get into this whole
i don't use itunes. until yesterday, i'd always synched my ipod to the music on my computer through musicmatch jukebox (vers. 7.5). yesterday i download ephpod in order to remove some of the tracks from my completely full 15 gig ipod. that took a bit of time but wasn't too tough to figure out.
tonight i checked out wnyc's podcasting page and learned that i needed to download ipodder. a helpful piece of software. who knew that podcasting needed an additional piece of software? i guess i've heard that itunes is going to be podcast enabled soon. do people really go through all this? who are those people? did i make this whole thing way too complex for myself?
i think i've got things set up to some degree. i want to keep using musicmatch as my default music player, but it's got too many songs in it to start synching it to my ipod. i guess i'll have to start adding music through ephpod? right now i've got ephpod synching with podcast files only. i feel like there are so many little things i've got to figure out. argh!
why do i feel like i should've figured this stuff out a year ago?