One of these days, I’m going to figure out how to publish a real live playlist, one that links to real music, but for whatever reason, I never seem to be able to. If you guys have an easy way to do it, please let me know. I’ve tried a few services and they fail me, or, perhaps more aptly, I fail at them. Anyway, here’s a screengrab of the playlist I used at the Web 2 Summit this year. I always pick music that has inspired me during the preparation for the event, which takes a good ten months. Many of these bands I’ve seen live, and I hope you enjoy them as I have!
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When Spotify hits the US, you’ll be able to set up a playlist with links. We’ve heard that they believe it will be by the end of year. Great music and content from the summit. It’s been a pleasure absorbing the knowledge.
can you tell me where to download it
I must be getting old…I have only heard of 5 of those bands. One point in my life, I would have known them all and been able to recommend good ones you left off the list.
Yes Spotify is great for this exact reason. I just help host a Hack event in Northern Finland and we published a link to our Spotify playlist so others could listen along or even add their own tracks.
It’s like having a wiki for playlists.
Try Grooveshark (http://listen.grooveshark.com/). Same concept as Spotify (without the client download part), works within the US and has an iPhone app (for jailbroken iPhones). You can create and share playlists for free. hope this helps!
Here you go! I’ve added some to yours and couldn’t find them all 😉 Let me know if it works: