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Why the Consumer is King, Sharing Playlists

P2P takes on a new twist. Once you amass a huge collection of music files on your PC, and all your friends have essentially done the same thing -- now what? You share your "playlists" and download other people's playlists. Now, everyone's a DJ with a unique mix of eclectic selections.

The Best Source for Music Playlists

But, can you help me discover more music that I'll like? Well, what if I gave you a web tool that enabled you to create your own customized streaming radio station? This web tool learns from what you tell it you like or dislike, and then suggests similar music selections along that theme? Now you share your station with others.

Created by The Music Genome Project

Now image using a similar recommendation-bot technology to suggest streaming video selections. Utilizing the same basic concepts, you view video clips and tell the web tool your selection preferences, and in return you end up with your custom online TV channel. So, share your channel with others, and you get the idea...

stimTV Music

BTW, these web services each require *free* registration to trial and enjoy.

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