Cataloging Music

So I decided this weekend to finally catalog all those random yet somewhat organized CD-Rs I’ve burned off digital music I’ve aquired in the past couple of years. It’s starting to get messy–I forget I have entire albums, or burn them more than once…

Anyway, I decided to use Google Spreadsheets for this project. It’s been going pretty fast, but I just ran into an interesting fact: a Google spreadsheet can only be 100 rows long. Sure, you can add another sheet, but WTF?

Other than that, it seems to work fine for what I want to do. I’m not a spreadsheet geek in the least (which is revealed time and time again at work–whoops), so I don’t need much. Now if they had something like Access, I’d be really happy.

P.S. If anyone knows of a free-ish (under $15) app that will catalog music without me having to slap in every single disc I know, please let me know!

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    • vcmc
    • September 11th, 2006 8:57am

    I seem to recall managing to coax google spreadsheets into more than 100 rows by inserting additional rows before 100… still kind of a pain in the ass because you have to insert each one manually.

    • The Truth Hurts
    • September 11th, 2006 8:59am

    You are so right. I didn’t even think of that. Maybe I was truly just looking for something to blog (whine) about.

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