As of yesterday, I’m the new (and first) web2.0 columnist for Austrian (German-speaking) online weekly CHiLLi.cc [http://www.chilli.cc]. I’ll do my best to bring all the greatness
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.
[http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1569514,00.html]You! Apparently. As the year comes to an end, many publications create their lists of best and worst and hippest and
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.
[http://www.zooomr.com] Zooomr [http://www.zooomr.com], once one-man show, photo sharing, Flickr-clone-accused, prototypical web 2.0 service is going to launch its new version tonight. I haven’t tested the