1. Allison Hansgate
    February 04, 2008 at 10:30pm
    Hi Tim- I am a freshman in college here in Boston. My older sister told me about Pandora earlier this year, and I have used it ever since. It is so awesome. Thank you for your continued work and efforts to add more and more the the music genome. I am excited for the get-together in Boston on the 27th, because I want to come and show support for such an awesome idea. I don't really know of places to go around Boston- to host the get-together, since I've only lived here for several months. However, I'll ask around with my friends who grew up here, to try and find a good place for it. Thanks for all you've done- Pandora is the best!
  2. Nicholas
    February 11, 2008 at 4:47pm
    Hi Tim My name is Nicholas and I am a 4th grader at the McGlynn Elementary !! My class and I love your webesite.I like how you can make your own music station and rate the music.I hope I can see you February 27th.Thank you for being able to come to our school in your spare time. Nicholas
  3. Tim Westergren
    March 03, 2008 at 10:08am
    Louis and Nicholas - Thanks for posting on our blog. I really enjoyed the visit to McGlynn last week. Terrific group of kids - it was a nice to change to talk to some younger folks for a change. You have a very energetic school and staff there. Look forward to seeing many of you develop into talented musicians in the coming years... Cheers. Tim (Founder)
  4. Leebot
    June 03, 2008 at 1:07pm
    Hey Tim! Next time you're in the Boston area, come on over to Salem. We're a very nice city, just can't seem to shake off the whole witchcraft hysteria thing, though...We have a state college and several other local colleges in the area. It's a fun and fascinating little city, and if you want the sea, scenery, and more fried clams than you can shake a stick at, this is the place to be!
  5. Emily M
    October 16, 2008 at 9:09pm
    I totally agree with the comment above me (posted by Leebot) A visit to Salem is definitely in order. An appearance at Salem State College would be awesome. As far as places to check out in the Boston area though, Veggie Planet & Club Passim at Harvard Square in Cambridge is a really cool place. Veggie Planet has the most delicious vegetarian/vegan pizzas around and they are adjacent to Club Passim, which is a really excellent folk music club. You can eat amazing pizza while enjoying live music. What could be better?
  6. Ashley Hayes
    October 23, 2008 at 4:18pm
    Hello Tim, I was trying to find a way to tell you about some local Boston bands. I'm not sure if this is the right space for that. All these bands have myspace accounts so you can look them up. Shoney Lamar The Shills This Car Up The Hush Now Kid:Nap:Kin Cash In/Check Out Nathan Reich Johnny Nicholson Hot Box 28 Degrees Taurus The Hollow Sound Okay, I think that's it. Thank you for your time:)
  7. Lucia @ Pandora
    October 27, 2008 at 12:17pm
    Thanks for the suggestions, Ashley! I'll forward all of those to for you. :) Lucia, from Pandora
    May 20, 2010 at 1:53pm
    Tim- Pandora is the best thing since Napster!!! I was in radio broadcasting for 30-years..a lot of time as Program or Music Director. So, I know how important "mixing" is to the listener. With your Genome, you have taken this massive project to a new level. I still don't believe what I'm hearing!!! Congrats from Cape Cod, MA.

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