Last.fm [http://last.fm] today announced that they will be charging users from outside the US, UK and Germany 3 € per month if they want to keep using the last.fm radio.
A posting on Michael Kamleitner’s blog [http://nonsmokingarea.com/blog/2008/02/19/783/] once again brought to my attention last.fm’s [http://last.fm] subscription model. Next to Flickr [http:
The two biggest players in the social music world, Last.FM [http://last.fm] and Pandora [http://pandora.com], have been fighting for the love of music lovers worldwide for about two years.
Last.fm [http://last.fm], a website that lets you upload information about your listening habits, and then helps you find new music and connect with like-tasted people, has just undergone a face-lift.
In 1984 [http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0451524934/stormgrass-20/104-5484548-4680741?creative=327641&camp=14573&adid=15HHRCP103GRRCPZS3FP&link_code=as1] , Orwell elaborately worked on the notion that in the future an entity