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5 Mar/12

Use HTTPS Everywhere To Unblock Pandora Radio

Use HTTPS Everywhere To Unblock Pandora Radio

Pandora Radio at the very beginning was accessible to users from all over the world. This changed drastically soon thereafter though as the service started to lock out users left and right. Only visitors from the United States can access Pandora Radio right now directly. Everyone else interested in the service has to resort to virtual private networks, web proxies or Firefox extensions to bypass the restrictions.Pandora Radio is a free service that is supported by advertisement. Users can...

15 Mag/10

Add a Pandora Screenlet to your Linux desktop

Add a Pandora Screenlet to your Linux desktop

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you haven’t experienced Pandora radio you don’t know what you’re missing. Pandora can stream music to your web browser specifically tuned to your tastes. Imagine having that ability right on your desktop – always at your fingertips? Pretty cool eh? Well as of now there is no stand alone Pandora client for Linux nor is there a plugin for either Rhythmbox or Banshee. You can listen to Pandora through a...

15 Mar/10

15 Noteworthy Websites That Changed the Internet

15 Noteworthy Websites That Changed the Internet

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); There are millions of websites out there. Many of them are unique, either in small ways or in large ones. But the individual impact of any particular site on the overall Internet is generally negligible, if there’s any impact at all. Not so with the fifteen sites here. These sites changed the Internet, mostly for good, in substantial ways. Included here is everything from Geocities (which could probably be blamed entirely,...


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15 Set/09

Access US-Only Services Like Hulu, ABC Or Pandora With UltraVPN

Access US-Only Services Like Hulu, ABC Or Pandora With UltraVPN

Many companies and organizations limit their services on the Internet to users of a specific country. This is especially true for streaming based services that stream media like music or videos over the Internet. It usually comes down to usage rights as the main reason for the limitation. Others say the limits are there to save money and bandwidth as the target audience is usually also limited to the countries the services are allowed in. One of the best ways of accessing these services...

8 Ago/09

Top 10 Tricks for Making Your Playlists Rock [Lifehacker Top 10]

Top 10 Tricks for Making Your Playlists Rock [Lifehacker Top 10]

If music is part of your everyday work routine, workout, or commute, stuffing your player full of tunes and hitting shuffle just won’t cut it. Scan these 10 tips for improving and expanding your music playlists. Photo by Fey the Ferocious Feyrannosaur. 10. Build persistent online playlists Last.fm, Pandora—they’re both popular places to listen to tunes online, but they don’t let you queue up music for later, unless you’re a monthly subscriber. If you want...

8 Giu/09

Livekick Searches and Finds Local Concerts and Tickets [Notifications]

Livekick Searches and Finds Local Concerts and Tickets [Notifications]

Keeping tabs on when your favorite bands will go on tour can be time intensive, especially if you’re fond of many groups. Music site Livekick will do the legwork for you. After you sign up (just enter your email, password and username), choose a default location for Livekick to search for concerts. You can import favorite artists from your iTunes library as well as Pandora, last.fm, Rhapsody, iLike, and other music accounts, or you can manually add new artists. Livekick will then...

14 Gen/09

Slacker Radio Puts Customizable Streaming Tunes on iPhones [Featured IPhone Download]

Slacker Radio Puts Customizable Streaming Tunes on iPhones [Featured IPhone Download]

iPhone/iPod touch only: Slacker Radio, a streaming radio/favorites service similar to Last.fm and Pandora, hits the iPhone with a dedicated app offering some neat tools to customize streams. Working off the same backbone as Slacker’s main site, Slacker’s radio app is fairly straightforward, and has the same limitations as its brethren—no background-playing on the iPhone/iPod touch, skipping only allowed for a maximum of 5 songs at a time. Slacker also throws in short...