A while back, I wrote Pandora to make some suggestions to go out with a "bang". I realize today that I may have jumped the gun. Obviously they don't want to dissolve, and will be doing whatever they can to avoid closing the doors. The problem, I realize, is that I'm nervous. I've had several of my favorite net radio stations close their doors, and I'm paranoid that it'll happen again.
So basically, I had given up on them. I guess I hadn't really thought about it, but that's the risk of using start-up, web2.0 companies. You may be the only one who likes the site.
I have an HDRadio tuner for my car. I spend probably 1/4 of my time listening to traditional/terrestrial radio. When I actually do listen to the radio, I have 2 stations that I listen to. One of those stations plays old hip-hop classics, & the other plays (new) dance music. The horrific repeating of tracks still exists, but because I only listen once-in-a-while, I can live with it.
More or less, if terresterial radio dissappeared tomorrow, I wouldn't shed a tear. Now, if internet radio left us, I would be very upset.
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