I’m not going to argue with Irene here, music is
music. But, theways in which we discover, consume and share music online haschanged. Big time.
In fact, some of the new online music services, tools and apps I’m about
to mention may seem to good to be true. But, thanks to a combination of timing, technology and people-powered media, they are all at ourdisposal. Now.Here are 10 new online toys I have been playing with which you may
want to check out too…
1. mSpot.com - store your music library in the cloud
The creators of mSpot have cleverly called this a ‘music service thatfollows you’ and it couldn’t be a more apt description.
mSpot collects allof your music, uploads it to an online folder and gives you access toyour music from anywhere and on any device.