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01:02 PM - 03/01/2014

The topic: You may not understand this, but

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I just found out that MyMedia (via the PlayOn channel on my RokuĀ®) now picks up my Windows Media Player playlists! So, I can play my music on the receiver in the family room, turn on the stereo in the office and have my playlists playing throughout the house.

Yay!

I'm thinking the problems I had last week were all for the better. 

Listening to my "Little Martha" playlist right now (yeah, you got that right, I have a playlist with just different versions of "Little Martha" on it; one of my fave Allman Brothers songs).

Happy!

I got my first Roku years ago from Woot for Netflix. Then there was Amazon, then HBOGo, then EPIX! and...and..and... I tried for hours and hours throughout the years to get my playlists on my computer to stream to the other room. I had some of those senders and receivers, but I hated all of the extra wires and having to turn them on/off.  I was able to access the media files, but not the playlists (and when you've got over ten thousand songs, a playlist is a very nice thing to have).

I was very happy this morning to discover this updated option.

Yeah. Happy.


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In her spare time, she makes pretty things to sell in her store.

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