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A Great Music Playlist

Earlier this month, Kristen posted a great music playlist over on her blog, Confessions of a Graphic Design Student. I absolutely LOVED the vibe of the music she'd put together, even though most of the songs were new to me. Then it gave me a great idea... what would happen if I plugged these songs in Pandora?

Have you ever used Pandora? It's a great site! I highly recommend it. You can create your own personalized radio stations VERY quickly (& it's free!). All you have to do is seed it with one or more songs or artists and it builds a station around others songs/artists that have the same feel. You can even pick one of their pre-made genre stations to start a station even more quickly.

So anyway, in this case, I seeded a new station with all of Kristen's playlist. What came forth was a beautiful NEW station, filled with music that fit my style but that I'd never heard of before! Wonderful!! I just love it when my radio seems to know me. ;)

If you're a Pandora user, you can click on the link below to hear my station!


  1. I love Pandora!! I swear my station knows exactly what I want to hear next. I've trained it enough :) Glad you enjoyed the music!

    1. Seriously! I constantly wonder how they do it, over there at Pandora. They really know how to put a station together!


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