Ever see that new album you’ve been wanting to check out in someone’s shared iTunes library? Sure, you can listen over the network, but what happens if you or the music’s real owner has to go somewhere? You’re S.O.L.
A friend just told me about this nifty piece of software that lets you take any music from anyone else on the network with the program and a shared iTunes library. It’s called Mojo, and you can download it here. The obvious flaw to the software is that it’s the kind of thing that only works if everyone has it. But why not? It doesn’t have a very heavy resource draw and won’t bog down your computer, so give it a go. Perfect for those crowded college residence halls or music-friendly offices.