Want to show your friends which tracks you can mixtape for them, or just show off your brilliant collection of pop hits and esoteric oldies? Dusty Tunes converts iTunes libraries and XML files into web-based lists.
After signing up and registering your account, the site directs you on how to upload your iTunes library XML file to the site for a full reading. If that's not something you're keen on doing, you can export individual playlists instead, as explained in the FAQ. Once it's uploaded and shared ,your library appears as an alphabetised, nested list, and those clicking through can get audio previews of the tracks (presumably through a third-party store) and direct iTunes purchase links.
The site also provides easy embedding and sharing codes for forums, social networks, blogs, and other sites. If that's how wide open you want to make your listening, fair enough, but most will probably just want to share their libraries with a few friends. It's a shame, then, that password protection isn't an inherent option, but Dusty Tunes otherwise does what it claims. DustyTunes [via eHub]