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14 December 2005 at 05:08

mind mapping music

There are some sites that are just made for music junkies like me.

At Music Map you type in the name of a band and you see a sort of 3-D (2-and-a-bit-D, really) representation of where that band fits in amongst other bands. You can use it to discover new music, or to better understand popular music history.

Music Map is just a visual representation of music, but at Pandora you can actually hear your music on a personalised juke box. What you do is type in the name of a band or musician or song that you like and, based on your perceived tastes, the site will create a streaming radio station of other songs you may like too. You can create multiple stations.

Blogger hotboy said...

Adolf! Zeig! What happened to the fraulein in jackboots photies? That's what the fans want! Honest! Hope this helps. Hotboy  


Blogger robmcj said...

Sorry, but market research by my colleagues at the Institute has revealed what people really want - more still life photos of me with fruit.  


Blogger Gyrobo said...

Music isn't the language of the soul, as physicists would have you believe. It's actually electricity.  


Blogger Lee Ann said...

You always have the coolest links!  


Blogger Lee Ann said...

ok....where is the HNT?  


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