Barcode my life!
August 20, 2006 5:38 AM   Subscribe

Some time ago I saw a program for the Mac that you could scan barcodes of various things and it would maintain your collection of them. I can't seem to find my bookmark for that and my googling is failing me. I would actually like to know if there was a windows version of it out yet, or a similar product for windows.

It would be nice if one program could handle multiple collections of things (books, comics, video games, etc) and handle the lending of them as well.
posted by JonnyRotten to Computers & Internet (10 answers total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
 
Delicious Library?

http://www.delicious-monster.com

No Windows version.
posted by Mikey-San at 5:43 AM on August 20, 2006




Bah! Still not windows version?! I hope there is something comparable for windows.
posted by JonnyRotten at 5:55 AM on August 20, 2006


Windows equivalent: imediaman
posted by jeremias at 6:09 AM on August 20, 2006 [1 favorite]


Killer! Totally what I was looking for, I hope it can do comicbooks too!
posted by JonnyRotten at 6:18 AM on August 20, 2006


Bah! Still not windows version?!

Delicious is like, three people. Four, maybe, on the right day. Shipley would rather focus on making an amazing Mac OS X app than worry about Windows.
posted by Mikey-San at 8:54 AM on August 20, 2006


Great!

Thanks. Now we need a parallel product for RFID, though I guess we are looking at a relatively brief interval before almost all RFIDS are encrypted.
posted by jamjam at 9:54 AM on August 20, 2006


is there anything for windows that is like media man but freeware? $40 is a lot for me to spend on such a total nerd luxury.
posted by teishu at 3:56 PM on August 20, 2006


Have you considered Readerware? They will throw in the scanner for free which is pretty nice. You can get a 30 day trial and it outputs nicely as a CSV file that opens as spreadsheet easily if you want a non-proprietary type of report.
posted by jadepearl at 3:59 PM on August 20, 2006


Readerware's free scanner is a Cuecat. Modified (i.e. hacked) USB cuecat scanners have been selling on Ebay for around $15.
posted by soundslikeobiwan at 12:07 PM on August 23, 2006


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