Monthly Archives: March 2009

Genome Music

Somehow, I don’t think this is what the founders had in mind when they created the Music Genome Project a decade ago at Stanford: After creating pictures from the human DNA code and getting an incredible amount of positive response, the … Continue reading

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Google to become a Music Content Company?

Some speculation from Liz Gannes of the GigaOM network: YouTube and Universal Music Group are in talks to create a music video site called “Vevo,” according to reports by CNET and the Wall Street Journal […] Creating a labels-only music video site would shatter … Continue reading

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Ranked Lists and the Paradox of Choice

A thread in the comments section over on Daniel’s blog prompted me to think about the issue of ranked list results presentation in a new manner.  How do we decide how far to scroll down a ranked list of results, … Continue reading

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