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Tuesday, December 27, 2005

TGTOTI Updater

There's a new "The Greatest Thing On The Internets!"
Check out this amazingly cool website. They've made it possible to listen to customized radio at work or home. It's tailored to your specific musical tastes. You start by giving them a band name and then it's mostly a matter of clicking yay or nay to a few tunes to further hone its search parameters. I started by entering The Dirty Three. I then heard three tracks by three different artists that I'd never heard of, all of which were great. Then another Dirty 3 track, then a Red Stars Theory favorite, and then back to more stuff I'd never heard before. This is wonderful... assuming it has a catalogue of thousands, rather than hundreds, of tracks. Thanks to crack blogger Laurence Dunn for the tip! _Music

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At 12/27/2005 10:53:00 AM, Blogger walaka said...

Wil Wheaton linked to Pandora a few months ago. I tried it, but I am so musically unsophisticated that it didn't keep my interest, and I never passed along the link. I aplogize to all my audiophile blogmates.

 
At 12/27/2005 09:35:00 PM, Blogger wheylona said...

Man, this Pandora thing is awesome. I wish I had more time to play with it--I hope it'll still work for me back in Spain.

 

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