"people don’t channel hop regular radio"
An advert comes on, I hit the next preset.
That’s nice: the profit-free streaming music service Pandora has successfully gone public, raising $235m in the process. The public offering values the company at $2.6bn - twice as much as what it hoped for back in February, and not too shabby for an outfit that hasn’t yet turned a profit and is faced with rising royalty costs …
Which particular iteration of the dot.com bubble are we on this year?
what really galls me is that the bubble bursting tends to drag down lots of decent tech compannies with it. By decent I mean ones that actually have viable products and services and actually turn a profit occasionally.
Odd that Pandora is shooting for growth when hundreds of superior services have emerged as Pandora has become less and less consumer friendly.
Listen to ads on Pandora or play any song you want, whenever you want, on Grooveshark for free with no ads.
HMM WONDER WHICH TO CHOOSE.
pandora is the only that uses science to determine which new bands *that you don't know, you might like. i don't have time to look for new music, but pandora helped me a lot in finding and buying new music. unfortunately they aren't playing in europe anymore.
i would definitely buy shares in pandora. i think it will end up being bought by a big music retailer.
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