Finally broke down and picked up some voice recognition software today. It was that or wrist casts! I’ve been having a wonderful time corresponding with all the music lovers that have become part of pandora. And I really mean ‘part of’ pandora. We’re reading every word: bug fixes, new feature ideas, suggestions for improving the interface, and what probably stands out most – the unbelievable number of music recommendations – simply fantastic. Everything from out of print bluegrass gems to underground death metal must-haves; from great garage recordings with hastily pasted UPC stickers, to early records from legends that we didn’t even know existed. If this continues, the Music Genome Project will in no time become the world’s greatest record collection.
Perhaps the most gratifying part of the last month has been this vivid reminder, in the form of this flood of wonderfully thoughtful and personal emails, of just how much music means to everyone. Thanks to all of you for your generosity in sharing your musical passion and history with us.
Keep it comin’… (sorry in advance for the slower replies… doing our best)
Also, I want to start meeting you. I’m going to drop a note when I’m travelling to various cities and towns. Would love to sit down and talk music. Check in periodically to see when we’re doing it next. NYC is on the list this week.


  1. Becky
    January 27, 2006 at 9:15am
    Can you add soundtracks and classical music? Otherwise, Pandora is virtually perfect.
  2. Norm
    February 25, 2007 at 7:00pm
    Pandora used to work on my desktop, but now it doesn't. I find that if I hold down CTRL and ALT keys, it plays. It worked before so I must have done something to inhibit it. It works fine on my laptop, and used to work fine on my desktop. Any suggestions as to how I can regain use of Pandora again, without holding CTRL and ALT keys, which is a real pain! Thanks

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