2006 Digital Library Trends

In 2005 we saw a huge push for digital libraries and noticed Google and Microsoft both scanning books and putting them into digital format for the world to see. We saw many writers get aggressive and threaten lawsuits for copyright infringement. We watched the big companies explain to the world that they were first going to do all the books which were out of print and produce them for all the world to see. In 2005 we also saw a continuation of a trend to make white papers, research reports and University manuscripts, dissertations and documentation online for all. These systems used hybrid search features which could cross reference photos, videos, sketches, paper, reports a number of different ways using the latest and greatest artificial intelligence searching software. Many Universities are now teaming up together to make this a reality and partnering with major search engines to see that all of it is readily available to the world.

In 2006 we will see a uniting of all the worlds knowledge and works from as far back as the books which were in the Alexandria Library all online and at your finger tips. Imagine the amount of knowledge available to the world without the barriers of time, location or language. Able to read information, see videos and pictures and learn anything you want to learn literally at your finger tips; like an add on memory to the human race. Of course this project will take years, but the first half million books will be completely online and ready to go in 2006 and this trend will continue and accelerate in the coming years. Think on this.

Mp3 Tag Utility – Simple Tagging Software for Restoring Your Music Tags

If you’re any sort of music connoisseur than chances are you have a vast mp3 library. And in this library there’s also a chance that things aren’t always as clean and organized as we’d like them to be. In fact, your collection can be a complete mess. This is where an mp3 tag utility comes in and saves you the headache.

What headache am I speaking of? The headache that comes with hours of manual seemingly endless mp3 tag organization. Starting to ring a bell? Most of us have spent a few minutes trying to organize and rename or tags by hand but this usually becomes overwhelming. Depending on the size of your music library it can be almost an impossible task.

For most of us we have busy lives, so we can’t sit around for days on end tidying up our music libraries. Because of how tedious and overwhelming this task can be, a small software company has developed a convenient utility as a solution to this rampant problem. The solution is an mp3 tagger that can automatically rename, organize, and edit your tags with just a few clicks of your mouse.

The program I have always used is TidySongs. It’s a simple program developed by Cloudbrain inc. a software company based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. With the debut of their tag editing utility in 2007, they have cleaning up and fixing music libraries by the millions.

The program is really quite brilliant. It scans each on of your songs and automatically repairs your broken mp3 tags. The process looks something like this…

1. The tag utility scans each song and captures a small sound bite
2. Next the program references the sound bite with their mp3 tag database
3. After finding the appropriate information for each song the program than corrects each tag automatically

Obviously things are a bit more complicated than this simple explanation but the main thing is that user involvement is at a minimum. From the user standpoint, everything is completely on autopilot and that’s really the beauty of it all. No one wants to waste time, especially in this busy day and age. So don’t let music organization be any different, get it done the easy way and focus on more important things in life.

Edit ID3 Tags Automatically With This Music Management Software

Unorganized Digital Music Collection

Did you know you can edit ID3 tags automatically with software? Having to edit music tags manually is one of the worst things to ever have to go through. In today’s society the average music listener has hundreds and even thousands of songs on their computer. And of course not every song is mislabeled but a good number probably are. Ever since downloading music online became the most common method of obtaining music unorganized music libraries has become a big problem.

Software to Fix Music Tags

But the demand for a solution to this problem brought about the creation of software that can edit ID3 tags automatically. It can go by various names but it’s most commonly referred to as an ID3 tag editor. By using an enormous online music database as a reference, the software can scan your MP3s, take an acoustic fingerprint of the song, and match it with songs in the aforementioned database. This is very powerful technology and allows the software to fix MP3 tags automatically. But why stop there, developers have added even more bonuses to the software.

Here are more features of this music management software:

  • Edit ID3 Tags Automatically (Song title, Artist name, Album release year, Genre)
  • Fix misspelled song names
  • Find missing cover art
  • Delete Duplicate Tracks (Delete or Mark as Duplicate)
  • and more…

Make Life Easier

The purpose of all technology is to make our lives easier. There was a growing problem music lovers were facing in organizing their music, and a solution was created. With an ID3 tag editor, organizing your digital music collection will be a breeze. Download and install the software, and you’ll be well on your way to fixing your MP3 tags the quick and easy way.