16. mar. 2010

My comment on @lastfm on @Nick_Tann's blogpost "Is This Thing On Podcast: Podcast Number 23"

Siggidóri said...

I had problems with last.fm in the beginning (some 4 years ago!). 1-2 weeks are not gonna do it for you. It's absolutely essential to download the Last.fm player http://www.last.fm/download and then "scrobble" from your favorite player to the website. It takes at least 1-2 weeks (depending on how many songs you listen to) to make some features kick in on the site. Charts and recommendations for instance.

Did he do that? Did he listen to groups radios, tag radios or related artist radios? Did he make a playlist himself? Did he "LOVE" some tracks and listen to the playlist generated? ... or somebodies else favorites? Not all tracks at last.fm are "on demand" but do play in full when you listen to stations.... there's load of free music as well.

I (and Menn Ársins) offer all our music for free and/or full preview - http://www.last.fm/label/skonrokk

Feel free to check out my library to explore playlists, loved tracks and tags (and even journals) - http://www.last.fm/user/Skonrokk/library

Last.fm is a work in progress ... so to speak ... doesn't happen overnight ;-) ... like any other good relationships :)

It's also not helping (or whatever word is right here...) to compare ReverbNation to Last.fm since they are COMPLETELY different sites with different purpose.

There.. I said it! I love last.fm and think it's brilliant. And I highly recommend it to everyone, specially independent artist. Combine last.fm with Twitter and Bandcamp and you have a powerful tool at your fingertips/disposal!

On with the motley!

15 March 2010 13:58


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Christopher Hitchens and Stephen Fry on The Ten Commandments

Natural World - Bringing Up Baby (2009)


"Natural World investigates the vital bond between animal mothers and their babies. The more we study animals, the more we realise just how emotional they are; all mothers are faced with tough choices as they struggle to bring up babies in a difficult and dangerous world, constantly balancing their own needs with those of their infants. Yet there are many ways to raise your brood, from the fish who looks after her young in her mouth to the extended childhoods of gorillas or orang-utans. Narrator Sir David Attenborough"

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7. mar. 2010

Christopher Hitchens: The New Commandments

From Vanity Fair: http://bit.ly/c4eAEv - The Ten Commandments were set in stone, but it may be time for a re-chisel. With all due humility, the author takes on the job, pruning the ethically dubious, challenging the impossible, and rectifying some serious omissions. ... Read more: http://bit.ly/c4eAEv

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1. mar. 2010

Jaco Pastorius Interview - BBC Radio Interview on Capital Radio - 1978

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Return to Forever - The Magician 1976


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