Tuesday, November 10, 2009

RJDJ: Technology Turning Music into a Drug

RJDJ is an iPhone application created by same innovator as Last.fm. The London-based technology company started by Austrian entrepreneur Michael Breidenbruecker recently launched the world's first iPhone-only album, allowing listeners to create their own real-time mixes.

The application creates a unique experience with each track, or "scene" as RJDJ calls it. I could spend several hours explaining how this technology works, and how addictive it can be, but I wouldn't do it justice. Most importantly, I wouldn't do the word "addictive" as it refers to this app justice either.

Personally, I hope that they'll make a version for Andriod phones.

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPrIPcyemdM

What's your take on this new drug? I think it would be awesome for the kids, on a subway ride, etc. What's your take?  ▣

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