Yes, I am well aware that this has nothing to do with games, but this software is so sweet it deserves a shoutout.
Got Screamer Radio when my old internet radio streamer decided to go all "free trial expired" on me.
Sweet little piece of software, simple and to the point with no graphical fluff or bloated interface in the way. Latest stable version runs fine in Windows 7.
One really nice feature I can't get enough of is the buffering stream navigation buttons. Put simply, because it buffers a few minuites of the song to memory, you can listen to the song, and then effectively "jump back in time" to start the recording tool if you wanted to record what you're currently hearing. I kinda wish I could configure or at least know how far back it jumped, but it's certainly better then it not being there at all.
It's even got a Mute button, so that you can leave it recording while you play and listen to something else(like Bejeweled 3). It won't record anything but the stream, and can record on mute, so click and make noise away.
I think I found my new fun toy this week! Got an unused Vista partition on my hard drive to record stuff to with about 40+ Gigs of space on it. Time to make use of that hardware with something worthwhile to listen to. :D
Anyway, link so you can check it out:
Go let the developer know you like his software too! It's developed by one cool guy in his spare time between work, so I'm sure he'd appreciate the encouragement and thanks!
Anyone know a good modern rock station? I got sky.fm/newage for my world/newage music needs, and various jazz stations, but I keep finding oldie rock stations instead of modern ones. Not that I'm complaining, it's all free after all. :)
Enjoy, and have a great day!