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I love this almost more than I love you

It is indeed very impressive.

I do sometimes worry though that these things are made by people whose knowledge of music only goes as far as the Top 40 at their local Woolworths. I went to the far left for 'dark' hoping for something that would cause me to have an epileptic fit, and was instead offered a bunch of 'c's - Coldplay, Chris Issak and Counting Crows.

That's a pretty light kinda dark.

Musicovery is positively thrilling. Thanks for sharing Russell.

This is fantastic!! Great find, Russell!

Love it. Thanks for sharing. And I'm sure you saw the blurb on Haystack a couple weeks ago in Trendcentral, but if not, here you go:

http://trendcentral.com/trends/trendarticle.asp?tcArticleId=1718

I've only barely scratched the surface of it so far but like what I have found to date. In fact, going to see two of the bands I found this coming Wednesday night.

Cheers & Thanks again!

Love this. People are experiential, we don't remember things in linear ways. Can you remember the last ten emails you read and what you did with each and in what order? But you can remember what you did in the last minutes...walked down the hall, sat at your desk, opened your notebook up, sipped your coffee, etc. We remember experiences and visual references. That's what makes this a more meaningful interface.

This is so intuitive and amazing -I wish I could set up my Ipod this way. Moody times call for mood-aware music, I suppose.

This is so intuitive and amazing -I wish I could set up my Ipod this way. Moody times call for mood-aware music, I suppose.

This is defo my favorite way to find music

http://hype.non-standard.net/

it basically aggregates all the mp3s from some of the best music blogs out there - you can listen to the songs on the Hype Machine and then when you find something you like you go and read all about it on the actual blog AND you get an MPĀ£ to take home with you.

Nice site

This is quite good too, although you do have to pretend to have a US zip code to get access

http://www.pandora.com/

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