Line of the month

In: Personal

2 Sep 2004

If you want to destroy my sweater
Hold this thread as I walk away

From Undone – the sweater song. That’s one of the most loaded/quirky/semi-humorous lines I’ve heard in a while.

Anyway, AudioScrobbler tells me I’m listening to too much Weezer Weezer quite a bit (though AudioScrobbler erased my music entries once before so that’s hardly an accurate list). It also tells me:

Your plugin reported a submission error: Your plugin (itw version 0.0.4) is banned. Please contact the plugin author for an updated version

Any idea what that is or anyone have the same error? I’m using the iTunes plugin – what else?

This is because the iTunes plugin is making multiple submissions while iTunes is paused. See the relevant thread here. You can grab the latest plugin from http://www.xurble.org/iScrobblerWin_0_0_5.exe – it’s not yet official, but it works. (Thanks Suman!)

(Wondering what AudioScrobbler is? Go read the AudioScrobbler Help page.)

7 Responses to Line of the month

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Si

September 2nd, 2004 at 12am

Too much Weezer? Does…not…compute…. Weezer = one of the greatest bands ever. Ever. Ever.

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Cheah Chu Yeow

September 2nd, 2004 at 12am

Damn I actually said “too much Weezer” without realizing the implications! Let me take that back.

Weezer rulez!

Heh.

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Switch

September 2nd, 2004 at 2am

I’m having the same error, I guess it’s just something temporary :) At least I hope it is.

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Switch

September 2nd, 2004 at 2am

Whoops, I think we just had to check out the forum, for instance, read this thread: http://www.audioscrobbler.com/forum/827/_/6688

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John

September 2nd, 2004 at 8am

Mine did the same thing…. I’m using the iTunes version… I think I was listning to Haiducii – Dragostea Din Tei and Kari Rueslåtten – Trollferd to much… 100 or so times each…

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Suman

September 2nd, 2004 at 5pm

Ok, found a new version of the plugin which is submitting songs, still not official though ;)

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Cheah Chu Yeow

September 2nd, 2004 at 5pm

Thanks for the pointer Suman. Updated my post.