Data Visualization & Discovery

I have heard of, Pandora, and a few other similar sites, but I really think Musicovery is a cool online music tool.

Once information is online it is hard to make it disappear. Recently a US judge closed down Wiki Leaks. But that did not work out too well.

Scribd's iPaper aims to make it the YouTube of documents. Syndicating content is really easy now, but for most webmasters, in the short term, the value of inbound links is far greater than the value of spreading documents onto other sites.

IBM's Many Eyes is a cool data visualization tool.

Published: February 21, 2008 by Aaron Wall in publishing & media


February 22, 2008 - 7:48am

Pandora has been blocked here in the UK so thanks for thjis link Aaron, it is actually much more in depth than Pandora ever was.

February 22, 2008 - 8:44am

I signed up to Musicovery and tried it out... not a fan. Horrid quality and interface when compared to Pandora.

I do like how you can choose your "mood" a little better, for like when I am programming, or getting ready for a night of drinking, lol. The interface in Musicovery is also very "clunky." Many misspelled words, and just overall not professional.

Pandora is the best online music player I have found so far. It would be nice if Pandora could implement Musicovery's mood algorithm however.

Not really sure why you would suggest Musicovery over Pandora Aaron?

February 22, 2008 - 2:07pm

I liked the mood just felt neato. :)

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