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Like.fm aggregates, simplifies your music discovery and sharing

Those of you who spend a lot of time online discovering and listening to music may want to check out Like.fm, a new app which is designed to automatically track and share what you play. It's a sort of 'discovery aggregator,' pulling in tunes from services like YouTube, Pandora, Rdio, and Grooveshark -- which already offer their own discovery tools. Like.fm aims to provide one-stop shopping,...

Songza Internet Radio revamps, now offers stations and a snazzier interface

Songza is an online-radio site that's been around for a while; I've (very) occasionally been using it for the past two years or so. Up until today, the site's forte was its search feature. You could very easily find a specific track and play it – kind of like what Sad Steve does. But the new Songza is something completely different; they've switched to a "stations" model, where you can...

Visualize your Last.fm listening habits with LastGraph

If you listen to a ton of music and the word "scrobble" is part of your vocabulary, you'll get a kick out of Lastgraph. It's a service that generates interesting visual representations of your Last.fm listening history. You can view a sweet line graph of your listening to a given artist, or you can generate some snazzy posters of your overall listening. The posters are pretty huge and take...

Pandora: The future of music

A couple weeks back the folks at Pandora just held a town-hall meeting in Denver to discuss Pandora's history, future, and the things Pandora is planning to do to bring you customized music-listening to you everywhere you go. What is Pandora? If you haven't heard, Pandora is like an online radio station, but not only that, Pandora helps you find related music based on what artist or song you give...

Google is developing spy software

I know, no big surprise right? We all knew Google was evil deep down, at least a little bit. According to The Register, Google is planning on using "spy" software to catalog and categorize the background sounds heard while you're using your microphone on their VoIP/chat client, then serving you ads based on what they hear. I suppose if Google hears sheep in the background, they will show you hay...