I have no idea if these things work. None whatsoever. They might do what they claim and then again, they might spiral wildly out of control and create more problems than they’re worth. But knowing that they are available is the important part, and so today I give you four tools that you may or may not find useful.
Of course, a screenshot here is a bit pointless, since I don’t have an account and can’t practically show you how it works. If you have an account and want to give it a try, please show us what it looks like in action.
Again, a lot of good the screenshot does since not only don’t I have an account, but my IP appears in Japan and so Pandora is technically inaccessible to me. But again, if you use it and it works, leave us a link and we will all bask in the amazing beauty of it.
And that’s the obligatory pointless screenshot. I don’t know which one is better, Pandora or Last.fm, but it seems there is a tool available to you no matter which you prefer.
One more before I surrender to the pointlessness of taking screenshots of applications I can’t use … a Twitter update script.
That one is delightfully simplistic, being only a two-line cut-and-paste task, and needing only curl to get going. Everything should be that simple. But again, as you can see, it appears to be working, even if the Twitter staff is probably wondering what to do with the “update” I just sent them.
I think that’s probably enough, considering I’m doing all of nothing by mentioning console tools for things I don’t use, and showing pictures of them not working. In that sense this might be one of my least useful posts of all time.