After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
> That's *exactly* what I initially thought and I religiously stuck to that
> point-of-view. I refused to use AmaroK and even installed XMMS, twice.
> Then, I slowly came to realise that flat directories could be organised
> and catalogued very wisely and /automatically/, making recommendations in
> the playlists, binding lyrics and album covers on-the-fly. As long as I
> have my music played and I don't have to mess about with anything, why
> complain? Why not take advantage of novelty?
Because I have no itch in that arena. <grin> I couldn't care less
about lyrics (I mostly like instrumentals) and album covers (marketing
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