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Digital Sharing for Apple Users: A Take Control Crash Course by Joe Kissell

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Send Radio Stations to Others

In the previous chapter, I admitted to not playing games. In this one, I must confess another anomaly: I don’t listen to the radio. It’s just a habit I never acquired—that goes for both conventional and Internet-based radio. When I want to listen to music, I choose something from my extensive iTunes library rather than hoping a DJ or curator randomly picks something I might like. What a weirdo, right?

Anyway, pretty much everyone else I know does listen to the radio, and many of my friends are particularly fond of Internet “radio” services such as iTunes Radio, Pandora, Spotify, Rdio, and Beats Music. Services like these typically let you create customized “stations” that play music based on your personal tastes. ...

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