February 26, 2006
— Ace Brett sends this link to Pandora.com, which supposedly will build your own radio station by asking what sorts of music you like and then playing that sort of music. You can guide the program by giving a thumb's down or thumb's up to certain songs.
Posted by: Jeff B. at February 26, 2006 01:38 PM (FSnqm)
Posted by: SDN at February 26, 2006 01:41 PM (KTzsS)
Posted by: TheDude at February 26, 2006 01:56 PM (3Xhl6)
Posted by: Kevin at February 26, 2006 01:57 PM (Kq33y)
Posted by: DDG at February 26, 2006 02:01 PM (U3U0J)
Posted by: CraigC at February 26, 2006 02:18 PM (r7nqq)
Posted by: THIRDWAVEDAVE at February 26, 2006 02:26 PM (deUrl)
In some genres it has a limited selection, which I hope will increase in the future. Overall, it will give you some new artists that you may not have heard but that you may like, and in the end that's its main purpose.
Posted by: jmchez at February 26, 2006 03:02 PM (8XMTP)
Posted by: Old Coot at February 26, 2006 04:06 PM (1Upxk)
Posted by: BrewFan at February 26, 2006 04:34 PM (0AD+O)
I've been running it for 3 hrs. now and it's done quite well. I've set up 3 stations for different moods.
O/T Mr. Fan- Thanks for your answers.
Posted by: harrison at February 26, 2006 04:43 PM (ZBys+)
Posted by: BrewFan at February 26, 2006 04:45 PM (0AD+O)
Posted by: Master of None at February 26, 2006 04:47 PM (NUEQT)
So far, it's doing "ok". I'll keep refining. I just added "Yes" to my preferences as well. We'll see where it goes...
Posted by: Mark @ a marble desk at February 26, 2006 05:54 PM (rFLG5)
I read about a similar system that someone has developed that will recommend "Other products you might like" to people who buy online. It actually analyzes the structure/waveforms/rythems/etc of music and recommneds based on that, rather than genre.
This stuff is all cool to computer science geeks.
Posted by: Dave S at February 26, 2006 06:04 PM (RcK9w)
I told it the truth too often once to test its boundaries, and I ended up with a channel that only repeats two songs each by Shellac, Rapeman, and the Jesus Lizard, with one of three Unwound tracks thrown in every hour or so. Awesome and boring.
Posted by: Dick Heck at February 26, 2006 06:12 PM (JLI/R)
Posted by: OJSimpleton at February 26, 2006 06:12 PM (AQLo+)
I have a site to email you. What's your address? Anyone?
Posted by: OJSimpleton at February 26, 2006 06:26 PM (AQLo+)
Posted by: Enas at February 26, 2006 06:38 PM (5wPX8)
Posted by: OJSimpleton at February 26, 2006 06:42 PM (AQLo+)
I remember a song my grandfather used to sing to me. I remember, it was raining. It goes...mmmm... boats mmm mmm mmm .....fishing mmm mm mmm fishing bobbers ... mm mmmm mmmm
I can'tt remember the words. Grandpa never spoke that clearly.
Posted by: Music Loving Brawny Guy at February 26, 2006 06:45 PM (56ssE)
Type in "Tool", and you get a Tool song. Then maybe you get a Godsmack song after that. Okay for me. But if you don't pay attention to the damn thing, it will wander off on its own path. And then it will start playing songs by Creed. It even tried to play a new Skid Row song...(shouldn't they be playing county fairs by now, or setting fires to bars in Rhode Island?)
If it does that again, there will be trouble, I assure you.
Posted by: genghis at February 27, 2006 02:30 AM (0/c+a)
Posted by: DB at February 27, 2006 03:51 AM (UvebG)
Posted by: wiserbud at February 27, 2006 06:23 AM (AQGeh)
So far it seems to stream a lot better than other internet radio sites, but maybe that's because no one knows about it yet. Nice take on social computing. Ace is so cutting edge.
Posted by: A. Weasel at February 27, 2006 06:44 AM (12gN8)
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