http://www.codewave.de/products/mytunesrss/ If you have music in your iTunes library you want to listen to from anywhere on the Internet, this program will allow you to do so by copying your iTunes playlist, converting it to an RSS feed, and publishing it so that it can be accessible via the Web using an ordinary Web browser. Here's what I recommend having in order for it to work well: * An OS X or Windows computer with iTunes installed, preferably also as the default music player, * A broadband connection, Note: I recommend a 384 kbps upstream or better, but if your music is mostly in 320 kbps format and your upstream is 384 kbps, expect a lot of buffering issues. I found that bitrates equal to, or less than, 192 kbps MP3s will work fine though; * A DNS entry (preferred, but if you know the IP address of your connection, that works too) for your home connection. You can get one for free at www.dyndns.org. A static IP is a huge plus if you want to create the DNS entry, but DynDNS supports DNS entries if you have a dynamic IP address too, but I never read into it since my ISP gave me a static IP address, and * The ability to forward ports on your router so that it can be seen from the outside (if applicable). I found the installation and setup were quite painless and quick; I had mine up and running in about 10 minutes, and it comes with a nice, clean, straightforward GUI. You can password-protect the entry page if you want since you have to initially access the feed through your Web browser, but I imagine you could encrypt it with an SSL certificate if you wanted to go off the deep end. Now I can stream my music from home computer! No more putting the portable hard drive I brought from home to work at risk, and it's freeware too! It just doesn't get much better than that for me. P.S. Godaddy.com has SSL certificates for $19.99 a year if you really want to go off the deep end.