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I require distractions to mitigate despair stemming from my consciousness of actuality's failure to balance possibility, and the constant torment of a impotent, finite personage with an infinite existence. To this end, I use Facebook, which is all well and good, only there are few educational pages that focus on science, history, philosophy, &c. that aren't stupid, and those that aren't pleb have no kek. As Kleric eloquently articulates, "your Facebook is lame". In the past I have had good fortune going to unqualified people for advice, and for any given subject the least qualified group of all is Furries. And since there is no reason you can't recommend favorite pages to each other as well, I'm putting this here. So: What are some good, wholesome Facebook pages to follow?
I had a big long post, I re-read it and consequently obliterated it in favor of an attempt to be more to the point. TL;DR - I used to use MediaMan to keep track of all my DVDs and Blu-rays. It has become abandonware and doesn't work for shit with whatever changes Google and Amazon did to their APIs in late 2013, so adding new items to the catalog is basically an exercise in manual data entry. I'm looking for your recommendations on a software package to replace what I had. I've done the requisite Google run, I have seen All My Movies and Movie Collector and the various open source packages such as GCStar. What I'm seeking is recommendations based on your experience. What do you use, do you like it, what do you like about it, what don't you care for? Payware, freeware, I don't care. Integration to a mobile app so I stop myself from buying the same movie I already own is a nice plus. About the only requirement I can put out there is that it run on Windows. Any insight you have is welcomed!