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Directory List & Print

March 4, 2011 Leave a comment

Sometimes, the best software is often software that does a task well enough without cumbersome obstructions and hassles. Directory List & Print is a simple program that does one thing: print off directories. In case you were confused, directories are the of folders and places that show up when navigating through your computer. Occasionally, you might find it beneficial to have a record of what’s within certain directories on a sheet of paper, and this is where the program comes in. Simply locate a directory, get a preview of what’s in it through the built-in preview panel, and off you go to printing a list of the names and basic info of the corresponding files or sub-directory.

Free classical music

August 7, 2010 Leave a comment

Classical music may have very well gone out of style for the fast evolving 21st century, but it is not without an audience. Perhaps the reason can be found in one of its contributing factors, which is the lack of proper technology to record audio until the beginning of the 20th century or so. Catalogs such as Classic Cat are helping to change to perception by categorizing free and legal recordings for mass enjoyment. While it doesn’t actually store the music on its own servers (it simply redirects you to links hosted elsewhere), Classic Cat makes up for it with perhaps the most complete index available on the net. Bach, Beethoven and Mozart are of course amongst the hundreds of composers that are listed, but you shouldn’t stop there as there are plenty of others to check out as well.

P.S: Check out Archive.org as well as Wikipedia’s List of Public Domain music files for a more complete collection.