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Go to www.pandora.com Go to the station in question Go to your station profile page. Here's an example from one of my stations: musicforhackers. Search for the section titled " Thumbed-down Songs " Find the song in question, and delete it from the " Thumbed-down Songs " section. (iOS app): tap and hold desired thumbs down song for removal - a red 'delete' ...
I kind of like The 61. It's a website targeted at people who want to discover new music. I found some pretty cool stuff there, but there's also lots of crappy songs. From what I know, it works without geographical limitations. I listen to it in Czech Republic without a problem.
I'd like to second the Grooveshark recommendation, though I either don't have enough points to comment on the original reply (or just don't know how). In any case, a key advantage to Grooveshark over Pandora is that you can play any song you want at any time, and can even replay it. Sometimes I get a song stuck in my head and I just want to hear it right ...
I wrote and asked about it to Pandora, this was the reply and it does work. When you want to edit your station in any way, roll-over the station you'd like to edit, click the arrow next to options, then select Station Details. On the station page, scroll down and you will see the Thumbs-up and Thumbs-down. By checking the x to the right of the song name, ...
As per the youtube support pages (dated 7 April 2011) Hello YouTube live streaming partners! As you may have read, we're gradually rolling out our self-service live streaming beta platform to partners with accounts in good standing (no Copyright or Terms of Service strikes). The beta platform enables partners to stream live from their ...
There are plenty of tracks which can be retrieved from last.fm with no restrictions on how many times they can be listened to, or in which territories they may be streamed. There are some which do, but this is handled serverside, so the client doesn't have any say in it. Your question is a bit unclear -- there are plenty of free tracks on last.fm, and the ...
You can simply do that using the Google+ Hangouts. From there you can do a video conference with up to 10 people, plus you can share your screen or a particular window (recommended) with your audience.
While I don't know any service that would do that for you for free, you can combine two to achieve your goal. You can create your presentation in Google Docs and setup a meeting by using Skype. While you're presenting your presentation, you can easily share a link with anybody and they will see what you're seeing.
It's not an equivalent to Pandora, which I too miss since it was limited to the US, but I'd recommend NPR's First Listen. They allow you to listen to albums that have not yet been released. Each album is available for a few weeks so only a few albums are available at any given time. However, they have a great taste, and it's well worth watching their list.
I love Grooveshark but I've been using various other sites as well depending on how I feel, most have been recommended already: The Sixty One On thesixtyone, new artists make music and listeners decide what's good. We're nurturing a growing ecosystem where talented folks can sell songs and merchandise directly to their fans. Uvumi Our mission ...
http://soundcloud.com/ SoundCloud is an online audio distribution platform which allows musicians to collaborate, promote and distribute their music. It has sometimes been described as being for audio what Flickr is for photos, or Vimeo is for video. From Wikipedia Hope this helps.
TheStreamCenter was built primarily for this purpose. It's described as "A searchable directory of US radio stations webcasting live on the net" Click a state on top and you will see the radio stations and which formats they support.
Another Vote for Groove Shark. It is great for your own collection as well as listening to others. If you want to upload one of your own and it is already in the system it doesn't actually upload your song again, it just adds it to your library. The RADIO function works like Pandora but doesn't seem to be as good at finding "Good" Songs. Making playlists and ...
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