I am introducing here one of the services Iwant to suggest you. I am talking about it cause I think it may be reallyuseful to many of us.It’s a free online-radio, called Last.fm. Thisservice (that you can reach by typing http://www.last.fm) allows you to selectyour musical flavours, such as artist, group or genre, in order to give you thechance to listen to a personal radio that better fits your tastes. Song bysong, you can rate it clicking on Love or Ban buttons, enbettering theprogram's knowledge about you and your personal tastes. So, after each session,Last.fm will allow you to listen to a more suitable radio, and this processkeeps on as fast as you vote each song. Then, you are able to add a tag to eachsong, and this will help the whole community to find the favourite music bytyping the right tag into Last.fm search engine.You have to download a little software in orderto listen to this radio directly from your PC. This software is multi-language,in order to help the spreading of Las.fm around the Web. Obviously, you'd needa fast internet connection, otherwise it's not worth. Listening to a web radio “steals”some bandwith, so you have to make your own calcs before installing andlistening to it.
If you still have a 56Kbps line, well Last.fm music will be adream for you. But lukily, DSL connection is fastly spreading, and with this kindof connection you won’t have any problems.You can share your musical tastes with theonline community, sending others your personal TopSongs, and receivingsuggestions from other friends who like your same music genres. This allows youto know some singers you ignored until that moment, but whose music perfectlyfits your tastes.And mostly.. This service is all FREE. Yousimply have to open a free account, and download that small player, absolutelymalware-free. Memory usage isn’t so big, so you may use Last.fm as a backgroundprocess while doing all the things you currently do without any problem, butwith a sweet, exciting song going out from your speakers. Ain’t that good?C'mon, try it!