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Old 05-27-2006, 10:09 AM   #1
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Create music RSS feeds from your iTunes library

Imagine taking your iTunes library, and making it available to any device with a broadband-connected browser that can handle RSS podcast feeds. MyTunesRSS is a free java program that does just that. It seems to have Windows, Mac OSX and platform independent versions available in the downloads, and is available in version 1.2 already. The program is described this way on their web page...

"Enjoy all the songs in your iTunes music library on any device that has network access to your iTunes computer.

MyTunesRSS is a application for configuring and starting a server. You can access this server with any web browser, search your iTunes music library and create an individual play list. The play list is published as an RSS feed with the feed items containing links to the music files. These files are served through the server as well.

MyTunesRSS supports MP3 and unprotected AAC files from your iTunes library. You can also create RSS feeds directly from your existing iTunes playlists. Access to the web application and therefore your library can be protected with a password."

If I had an iPod and an iTunes music library, I might just try this out!

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