Let's say I listen to a cd in my car. I can't stream that same music at that moment on my iPhone, because I'm not going to use all those MBs on my 3G-subscription. So I have to remember at home to stream that cd in the background later when I get home. But the trip in my car is never exactly as long as the cd, so I probably listen to only a few tracks of it. So I have to remember which tracks, or make notes of it. Etc......nimimerkillinen wrote: ↑January 13th, 2019, 7:30 amabout as practical as participating in forum challenges per movie imo, takes few extra seconds per cdjoachimt wrote: ↑January 12th, 2019, 9:45 pmOwning doesn't give you the right to download, at least not in my country. You are allowed to make a rip yourself though, although there are restrictions on what media you may save those mp3's (and of course you can't share them with others). 99% of the mp'3 on my NAS are actually rips of my own cd's (roughly 2000), so I don't even need to download them.
Play mp3's in the background every time I put on a cd isn't very practical.
Although I love stats, I think I'll have to skip LastFM.
This is more than "just a few seconds".