If you're bored with building playlists in iTunes or other music players, a simple free application called Playlost displays all the MP3s in your music library as a randomized hexagonal grid in your Web browser. Then, you can create playlists by connecting adjacent nodes.
The app comes in a ZIP file with two components. First you have to run the Library Scanner, a Java application. It took about 30 seconds to scan my entire library, and found about 400 MP3 files. One word of caution: if you rip your CDs in iTunes, they're probably in the MPEG-4 (.m4a) … Read more