This is music hunting at it’s finest.
I have been using We Are Hunted more and more lately. I am still exploring and discovering but it’s proving to be quite fascinating.
We Are Hunted is a way to discover new music from around the web that tries to understand and detect what people like and dislike. They use everything from Facebook, MySpace and message boards to forums, Twitter and p2p networks. All of this to guage top online songs at the current time.
There are a few charts to choose from, main charts. Twitter charts, remixes or genres. Apparently, you can also contribute to the lists and make your own charts. It looks like a lot of fun and a great new way to find new or emerging music!
“So many websites are too complex, too wordy, too long. I wanted this site to be digestible in three seconds … to deliver users exactly what they want — amazing, new music, every day.” – Nick Crocker, We Are Hunted founder, May 2009.
If you don’t know, now you know.
Developer Noah Bernsohn and Alex Fuller do not enjoy most social media platforms, They seem to think they are popularity contests. Due to their lack of friends on Fbook the two decided to create their own social media platform. They believe that the basics of social media is dialogue, which is exactly what they’ve created.
Onamountaintop.com allows users to say whatever it is they want to say with no accounts, no friends and no poking. Once the user’s entry fades to white, their words are gone forever. Ultimately, it’s a lighthearted look at social media, something that is becoming more and more a part of our daily lives. So, shout from the mountaintop and let your words fade into the valleys.
Here’s a shorty…
My search for the Office Creeper took a turn for the extraordinary when co-worker Anthony Kowalcyzk arrived from the companies Winnipeg office, and brought an air of abstruseness with him. My investigation had determined the following in addition to my new found love of Sherlock Holmes deerstalker tailoring.