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This Is My Jam Unveils New Features To Help Solve Music's Social Problem

Posted at 12:05PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014

The social Web has turned us into over-sharing monsters that broadcast every action, thought, or emotion to everyone we've ever known.

The founders of music discovery site - This Is My Jam - say they have found the best way to find music – by focusing on the most notable data.

Sounds like a good idea for books.

pando.com

Guardian: This Is My Jam stays small and sweet

This is My Jam

This Is My Jam: screw big data - this is the data that matters (Guardian)




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