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There is now a new build of MediaSync ready for use. The only changes that I have posted are bug fix type things. Mostly I corrected some handlers if files on either side are "Corrupt" and some coding changes with how the iTunes library file is processed. Basically the application is now handling odd cases better. If you are looking to get the latest build just head over to the project page and click on the download link.
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A few days back I released for use the first public build of mediaSync. For more information on the details of this project you can have a quick look at this post and video. The short story is that it is a thin Windows utility for keeping your iTunes library and non-Apple portable player (Android, Nokia, etc) in sync. Yesterday I had the chance to test it in an environment I had not seen before - one with 800 podcast entries in the library. In the test I had the chance to see a few opportunities to refine some things and have corrected those items. The new installer has been post...


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If you have an Android phone - or any non-Apple portable player you probably have wondered how to keep in in sync with iTunes. You may have even tried a few of the options that are scattered around the web. I am a firm believer in the Android platform but I also have years of music stored neatly in my iTunes interface. After fighting with several options to keep these worlds in sync I opted to write my own solution which is today being released as mediaSync.  mediaSync is a purpose built application designed to be lightweight and provide the basics of keeping iTunes in sync with ANY po...


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I was recently approached by a colleague of mine with a question: "Is there an easy way to move a bunch of pictures into a structure that is organized based on when I took the picture?" A quick scan of Google didn't turn up anything so I decided I would tackle this problem and see if I could figure it out.  The end result is a little tool released by themindsetgroup.com called EXIF FileMover. The tool is a command line utility coded in vb.net and while I make no promises of its functionality, it is free and was a fun project to work on.
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I recently have been working on a cool enhancement to our document imaging system. The enhancement is to add OCR and bar code functionality to the package for the purposes of indexing. Historically the system has worked with live operators indexing and the occasional direct interface where we push images directly into the system using back office integrations - mostly though we have live operators reviewing the images and attaching index information. In order to expand the implementation by adding additional page counts (more stuff) we really needed to figure out how to reduce the page touche...


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