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"A master class in storytelling. Ira Glass, host of "This American Life" on radio and TV, has spent years telling stories, and getting stories told. In one of the most popular Gel talks ever, Ira describes the elements of a good story."
I heart this american life
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The internet makes it easy to share anything with anyone across the globe in a heartbeat; it's about time music joined the party.8tracks | tylr | Songs that make you feel better
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Rádio online similar à LastFM, mas melhor.Birdsong Radio, Live Dawn Chorus Bird Song Station, Birdsong DAB Station, Increase productivity and relax!
The Best Internet Radio Player Ever! ;)Free Music Archive
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Free music from Amazon.com
Awesome.R.fm - The Finest Blend of Club Culture
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by Bruce PerensLost in Space | Articles | Features | Fortean Times UK
What really happened to Russia's missing cosmonauts? An incredible tale of space hacking, espionage and death in the lonely reaches of space.
Midnight, 19 May 1961. A crisp frost had descended on Turin’s city centre which was deserted and deathly silent. Well, almost. Two brothers, aged 20 and 23, raced through the grid-like streets (that would later be made famous by the film The Italian Job) in a tiny Fiat 600, which screamed in protest as they bounced across one cobbled piazza after another at top speed. The Fiat was loaded with dozens of iron pipes and aluminium sheets which poked out of windows and were strapped to the roof. The car screeched to a halt outside the city’s tallest block of flats. Grabbing their assorted pipes, along with a large toolbox, the two brothers ran up the stairs to the rooftop. Moments later, the city’s silence was rudely broken once more as they set to work: a concerto of hammering, clattering, sawing and shouting. Suddenly, an angry voice rang out; the man who lived on the floor below leant out of the window and screamed: “Will you stop that racket, I’m trying to sleep!” One of the young me
What really happened to Russia's missing cosmonauts? An incredible tale of space hacking, espionage and death in the lonely reaches of space. FT233 Midnight, 19 May 1961.play.fm 2.0
is the most comprehensive audio database for DJ and club culture on the internet. More than 12.000 DJ sets, live recordings and radio sessions can be streamed free of charge and on-demand.Sourcetone Interactive Radio
Streamer"radio" som spiller musikk til deg basert på hvilket humør du er i.Why NPR is the Future of Mainstream Media
Why NPR is the Future of Mainstream Media
In March of this year, National Public Radio (NPR) revealed that by the end of 2008, 23.6 million people were tuning into its broadcasts each week. In fact, NPR’s ratings have increased steadily since 2000, and they’ve managed to hold on to much of their 2008 election coverage listenership bump (with over 26 million people tuning in each week so far in 2009), unlike many of their mainstream media counterparts. Compared to cable news, where most networks are shedding viewers, and newspapers, where circulation continues to plummet, NPR is starting to look like they have the future of news all figured out. Or at least, they appear to doing a lot better at it than the rest of the traditional media.
In March of this year, National Public Radio (NPR) revealed that by the end of 2008, 23.6 million people were tuning into its broadcasts each week. In fact, NPR’s ratings have increased steadily since 2000, and they’ve managed to hold on to much of their 2008 election coverage listenership bump (with over 26 million people tuning in each week so far in 2009), unlike many of their mainstream media counterparts. Compared to cable news, where most networks are shedding viewers, and newspapers, where circulation continues to plummet, NPR is starting to look like they have the future of news all figured out. Or at least, they appear to doing a lot better at it than the rest of the traditional media. But what is NPR doing differently that’s causing their listener numbers to swell?
In March of this year, National Public Radio (NPR) revealed that by the end of 2008, 23.6 million people were tuning into its broadcasts each week. In fact, NPR’s ratings have increased steadily since 2000, and they’ve managed to hold on to much of their 2008 election coverage listenership bump, unlike many of their mainstream media counterparts. Compared to cable news, where most networks are shedding viewers, and newspapers, where circulation continues to plummet, NPR is starting to look like they have the future of news all figured out. Or at least, they appear to doing a lot better at it than the rest of the traditional media. But what is NPR doing differently that’s causing their listener numbers to swell? They basically have a three-pronged strategy that is helping them not only grow now, but also prepare for the future media landscape where traditional methods of consumption could be greatly marginalized in favor of digital distribution.Alternativas gratuitas a Last.fm
Overzicht (in het Spaans) van gratis alternatieven voor Last.fm
Free alternatives to Last.fm
article sobre streaming d'àudio
Alternativas gratuitas a Last.fmAllMusic
According to The Leading Question's recent research report, as many as 65% of UK teens are streaming music on a monthly basis. Meanwhile, file-sharing has decreased significantly since the Digital Britain Report consultation to address illicit P2P file sharing. While music sharing sites have come and gone due to funding, legal issues and lack of users, here are some of the streaming sites that continue to thrive.CBC Radio 2 - Concerts On Demand
great live Canadian concerts
CBC Radio 2 is Canada’s national music network. Delivering the best recordings and performances from Canada’s concert halls, clubs, studios and festival stages to your car, office and living room 24 hours a day.CitySounds.fm - The music of cities
Much like This American LIfe, but with a historical focus.
Remember to subscribe to this in Zune.Spotify Is the Best Desktop Music Player We've Ever Used - spotify - Lifehacker
Mia points out this idea could be used to pick up buzz around Museum content online e.g. online exhibitions & objects
Shownar tracks the online buzz around BBC shows.
BBC prototype tracking online buzz and discussions around BBC shows. Cool.
A new prototype from the BBC tracking the online buzz around telly and radio.
Shownar tracks the online buzz around BBC shows. It's an experimental prototypeSpotify + We Are Hunted
Muchas gracias @agkamai por recomendarme http://sharemyplaylists.com/ y http://spotify.wearehunted.com/ [from http://twitter.com/inti/statuses/3224425588]
99 hottest songs in the world streamed live from SpotifyYour Guide To Music On The Web - Part #1
excellent note on internet music applications like pandoraฟังเพลง เพลง ฟังเพลงออนไลน์ ฟังวิทยุ โหลดเพลง
รวมเรื่องเพลง ฟังเพลง ฟังวิทยุ โหลดเพลง ต่างๆ ที่น่าฟัง และเพลงใหม่ๆ ตามต้องการ
Приложение для прослушивания и поиска подкастов для Android
Huh, where did this come from? Google Labs Android app for finding, downloading and listening to podcasts. Given that 90% of all my music listening is now either through Spotify or podcasts, this is a Good Thing.
Listen HomeMo Radio-体味听广播的乐趣
在线广播电台收听平台，在这里您可以在线收听各地广播电台、网络电台以及voa、bbc等国外电台，体味听广播的乐趣7 cool VLC features worth knowing | GHABUNTU
For most people, VLC is the favorite media player because it plays everything they throw at it without hiccups. No hunting for codec. But VLC can do a lot of other things as well. Find out how many of these listed below you knew, and how many you did not.AudioPal - Audio software for free Text to Speech and voice recording
Create audio for a website and get link by email.
for blog or websiteHobby Robotics » Cheap Arduino Wireless Communications
Cheap Arduino wireless communications
I was looking for a way to handle wireless communications between two Arduino boards. Other options like Xbee or Bluetooth were going to cost $50 to over $100. Then I found a cheap RF transmitter and receiver at Sparkfun. The total cost is only $9!TubeRadio.fm - Listen to and watch popular and rare music videos for free with the internet's largest music catalog. TubeRadio, Youtube for Music.
TubeRadio.fm - Listen to and watch popular and rare music videos for free with the internet's largest music catalog. TubeRadio, Youtube for Music. - http://www.tuberadio.fm/tuberadio.asp
The internet video jukebox powered by the largest online music catalog, Youtube. Free music video streaming, lyrics, and artist biographies. Create playlists with your favorite band's entire discography in seconds. Easily find rare videos and share them with your friends. We do the organizing, you do the listening!
Website that makes a playlist of youtube videos.Stereo8 - Music to the people
Every situation needs a playlist
Playlists Based on Activity
PlaylistNowFM is a crafty music discovery tool that creates playlists based on what you are doing right now. It essentially combines Twitter and other music services like Blip.fm and Last.fm. Instead of asking for your favorite artist or song, it asks you what you are doing and gives you an appropriate playlist for it. You can use PlaylistNowFm without registering, but once you sign up you can add and organize playlist, bookmark songs, and make your playlist visible to others. You can also discover the most searched playlists with the auto-suggest feature in the search bar.CBC Radio | The Sunday Edition | 20 Pieces
Robert Harris', Twenty Pieces of Music That Changed the World
One of the most popular features on The Sunday Edition this past year and a half has been, 20 Pieces of Music that Changed the World. The Sunday Edition's very own musical guru, Robert Harris took us on a cultural journey -- discussing the importance of music from Beethoven to Disco, and from Depression-era classics to rap. The entire series is soon to be released as a boxed set of CDs. In the meantime, click here and have and listen!Featured Windows Download: LastSharp Downloads Music from Last.fm
to the download squad article. Something does not add up here som
Windows only: LastSharp is .NET based application that helps you download music from Last.fm. The Download Squad blog reports:
Review of software for ripping mp3s from Last.fm
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IP SImulcast RadioKEXP 90.3 FM - Live Performances
DJs at Seattle’s KEXP have a knack for picking out the most promising up-and-coming bands and inviting them to drop by the station’s studios. Now you can hear thousands of the ensuing performances online. Available as streaming audio on KEXP’s website, the archives date back to 2001: You’ll hear killer sessions by indie darlings like Neko Case, the Mountain Goats, CSS, and the Shins. But don’t miss the recordings by brilliant international musicians: Hindustani slide guitarist Debashish Bhattacharya (who sounds like an Indian classical musician scoring a Western’s soundtrack) and the Zimbabwean group Mawungira Enharira (whose gently shimmying songs are built around the chiming mbira) are especially worthwhile.The Great Brazilian Sat-Hack Crackdown
GReader: The Great Brazilian Sat-Hack Crackdown [feedly] http://ow.ly/3ipE [from http://twitter.com/ChipRiley/statuses/1563319028]
Much of this country's geography is remote, and beyond the reach of cellphone coverage, making American satellites an ideal, if illegal, communications option.
An article on how Brazilian satellite hackers use high-performance antennas and homebrew gear to turn U.S. Navy satellites into their personal CB radios.
Brazilian satellite hackers use high-performance antennas and homebrew gear to turn U.S. Navy satellites into their personal CB radios.Last.fm – the Blog · Last.fm Radio Announcement
Discussion about payed membership for countries other then UK, US and Germany.
Last.fm Radio switches to paid subscription
change to the way Last.fm Radio works in some parts of the world. In the United States, United Kingdom and Germany, nothing will change
The beginning of the end for Last.fm in Europe? http://tr.im/hMRp [from http://twitter.com/citizenk/statuses/1388539617]
Join the group of angry Last.FM users: http://is.gd/oNS1 - More info: http://ping.fm/pw2ZA [from http://twitter.com/bkuri/statuses/1385248625]
Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fblog.last.fm%2F2009%2F03%2F24%2Flastfm-radio-announcement
Today we’re announcing an upcoming change to the way Last.fm Radio works in some parts of the world. In the United States, United Kingdom and Germany, nothing will change.In all other countries, listening to Last.fm Radio will soon require a subscription of €3.00 per month. There will be a 30 track free trial, and we hope this will convince people to subscribe and keep listening to the radio. Everything else on Last.fm (scrobbling, recommendations, charts, biographies, events, videos etc.) will remain free in all countries, like it is now.The Transformation of NPR | American Journalism Review
A case study in how to transform a newsroom to the digital age: How National Public Radio is changing the reporter’s skills teaching them social media, online writing, photo and video. At the Poynter Institutes seminar on best practice in multimedia editor Keith W. Jenkins told how they change the newsroom: 'Begin with the skills of the journalist. Then add a little to what they can already do. Don't start with the needs of the organization.' From the article: Most news organizations are at least paying lip service to this multiplatform goal, but NPR is putting its money (and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation's) where its mouth is: The foundation gave NPR $1.5 million to train its 450 editorial employees in digital storytelling skills and to pay for substitutes to fill in for them while they learn. NPR is putting an additional $1 million into the training★ bcdef.org ★ » Antenna
Toutes les radios sur internetRCF | Radio Ca’ Foscari
té tota una colla de links molt interessants
la radio dell'università di Venezia. aleInternet Archive: Details: Columbia Workshop
The Columbia Workshop is an excellent collection of Old Time Radio dramas. There is a lot of variety in the offerings, which range from Hamlet to Alice in Wonderland.
Old radio dramasDIY: 6 Simple Steps To Start Podcasting | Dumb Little Man
A good explanation of how to create a podcastDOMMUNE
DOMMUNE | THE FINAL MEDIA - DOMMUNE | ライブストリーミングサイト＆スタジオ 「DOMMUNE」5 Great Ways to Find Music That Suits Your Mood
5 Great Ways to Find Music That Suits Your Mood | Mashable http://ow.ly/1OHIF'Hey I'm Dead!' The Story Of The Very Lively Ant : NPR
Very cool story about ants and smells.Ian Helliwell_tone generation
The Tone Generation is Ian`s continuing radio series exploring electronic music; a personal selection drawn from his records and cds, looking at different themes and compositions in the era of analogue tape and early synthesizer technology. Within the limitations of his collection and the available time slot, the programmes will hopefully act as an entertaining and enlightening overview of electronic music as it developed in many different areas, and will be of special interest to enthusiasts and students studying the history of analogue electronics, from the formative days up to the 1970s.
The Tone Generation is Ian`s continuing radio series exploring electronic music; looking at different themes or composers in the era of analogue tape and early synthesizer technology.Vuvuzela Radio - The sound of the vuvuzela!
The sound of the vuvuzela!
@patlaj what you don't want to listen to http://vuvuzela.fm all day?
Forget your Vuvuzela filters, geeks. There's now also a way to listen to Vuvuzelas without all the annoying football - http://bit.ly/cFHkbU
Vuvuzela Radio : Listen to the sound of the vuvuzela, the famous South African blowing horn!
Vuvuzela Radio is a station dedicated to playing the sound of the vuvuzela, the famous South African blowing horn the whole world learned to love (or hate) during the 2010 World Cup. We are broadcasting non-stop, without commercial breaks, so you can get your full daily dose : anywhere, anytime.The Wrong Stuff : On Air and On Error: This American Life's Ira Glass on Being Wrong
hasticity, which is the science of random chance, and they talked to someone who
There's whatever the story appears to be about—the financial crisis, evangelical Christianity, cryogenics—and then there's what it's actually about. And what it's actually about is, as often as not, wrongness.
Ira Glass on the narrative power of being wrongUvumi