2005-11-22 14:19:15 ET|
For those who are interested, here's the further details of my epic journey through iTunes. I ended up only getting enough on a music card for one album and an individual song.
After doing some searching around, I figured out that the Aussie iTunes actually does have the new Rammstein CD, Rosenrot, so I didn't end up getting any of the ones that I mentioned in my last update, and Rosenrot it was. With the three dollars I had left, I got Planet Hell by Nightwish, which is a great sounding symphonic sort of song.
After downloading these songs, I went to put them into my uber-playlist-of-doom-with-over-9-gig-of-music and found that I couldn't because they're some kind of weird protected music format. Another result of that was that I can't convert them to MP3 because of the protection. I took this in stride, and attempted to make a new playlist in iTunes, only to realise that a lot of my music ripped from CD is high-quality WMA files, that iTunes doesn't seem to like.
So now I'm stuck with a playlist conundrum. If anyone has any suggestions, that'd be great.
In other news, today I have my second out of two exams, and this one is Gumby maths, or Maths applications, if you really want to be specific. No point studying, so I just took a few notes, and I'm going to see how it goes. After this, I'm finally free for the year, and the only thing I'll need to worry about will be work. I hate retail, but at least it's better than Fast Food, and I can't really afford to bepicky right now.