This week I saw some notable developments in the world of New Media, including a rumor from Google and two relatively new social sites getting more attention.
Since their release, online music services such as rdio, Spotify, and Turntable.fmhave been drawing huge numbers of users and proving that online music sharing and listening is a very viable business. There’s been a lot of talk about each company and the differences in their services, but there is one key feature that only a few services provide which is helping set some services apart from the pack. I’m talking about simultaneous listening.
Which Digital Workroom Works Best For Freelance Service Providers As a freelance writer, finding work consumes a great deal more of my time than actually doing the work. I have a handful of sites that are my go-to spots, which post daily jobs aggregated from many different job boards across the internet. They tend to […]