So if every time I type a letter into the Google search box it brings up a search. And each additional letter brings up a new search… what’s telling Google the difference between my normal search behavior and automated search result requests coming from a program or computer?
Continue reading “Sending Automated Requests? Thanks Google Instant Search”
Ok, so after reading my comment response to Sheila L.’s comment on my post about thesixtyone.com, I realized I kinda sounded mean, without truly understanding where the lovers of the old thesixtyone were coming from. So this afternoon I decided to turn on the old.thesixtyone.com.
Even after using it for maybe 20 minutes – I see why a lot of people are upset at the change. It’s WAAAAAAY easier to understand as far as user interface goes. Everything is clearly labeled. The problem is, of course, even the band pages don’t display the same “awe-power” of all the photo’s and Continue reading “The Old Sixty One .com Indie Music Site Reviewed”
I know what you’re thinking – nothing can be better than Pandora! Right? (Insert only a small amount of sarcasm).
At the heart of it, I really like Pandora – or at least the idea behind Pandora. Getting music suggestions based on artists you’ve entered or marked as liked seems like a great idea. And sometimes it works great… Continue reading “Better than Pandora?”