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Sandbox Issue Seventy Three: Pheed – music feast or music famine

In an age of social media ubiquity and increasing noise, Pheed is offering a less frenetic and more measured environment that it will charge for access to.
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WordPress beefs up its music site with playlists and events

WordPress has launched new features for its Music resources page, to ensure music artists aren't tempted away to other platforms to host their own sites.
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Sandbox issue fifty eight: All Ears for Facebook’s Listen Button

All Ears for Facebook’s Listen Button - Facebook artist pages now have a 'Listen' button added to their top menu bar. Sandbox speaks to digital marketers to consider the impact for streaming services, third party Facebook...
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With Teeth: Spotify Player, WordPress and the need for open source in music

Upon reading Spotify’s news of their embeddable player yesterday I must admit that I was initially really excited by the concept. After all, Spotify has aspirations to become “the OS of music” and on paper...
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Sandbox Issue Twenty Three: iLikes Apps Disliked by Artists

Welcome to Sandbox – Issue 23 As always we have all the latest ideas, tools, services, news and views. This fortnight we look at: – Our lead focuses on the operability of iLike mobile applications since being...
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Sandbox issue twelve:: consolidation kicks off

- Consolidation kicks off - Campaign focus: Ninja Tune's Grasscut - Interview: Ariel Hyatt - Cyber PR - Training: Top 10 Wordpress plugins - Tools: Fanstar CTRL & Four Four
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March of the real-time search engines

The big thing in the Web 2.0 world this week is real-time search engines, which return up-to-the-minute results based mainly on what Twitter users are tweeting about.