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since when have i not been nice to you???

im confused

ive never said ONE negative thing to you ever, i actually said you were pretty hot lol.....

its ok though
 
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since when have i not been nice to you???

im confused

ive never said ONE negative thing to you ever, i actually said you were pretty hot lol.....

its ok though
 

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Hey Uni,

I checked out online radio stations for a little while, I mean a really short little while, then just stopped it. I think it's because if you try looking elsewhere, you can get much more... I.E. a program called "SoulSeek" has practically every full album from virtually every musical genre known to man. I usually download stuff from there and give it a whirl.

The reason I started looking for radio stations online were few. For one all the local radio stations here are pretty much crap. They play the same 12-20 songs over and over. It's really bad; they didn't used to be like that. But also, I found certain bands/music I really liked and I wanted to find comparable stuff to enjoy. Anyway, what I started doing was just going to Amazon.com and listening to CD's based on others' reviews of CD's that I did in fact enjoy.

Still, all that's not quite as easy as listening to the radio, free of doing anything. I'll check out that link above soon.

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Hey Uni,

I checked out online radio stations for a little while, I mean a really short little while, then just stopped it. I think it's because if you try looking elsewhere, you can get much more... I.E. a program called "SoulSeek" has practically every full album from virtually every musical genre known to man. I usually download stuff from there and give it a whirl.

The reason I started looking for radio stations online were few. For one all the local radio stations here are pretty much crap. They play the same 12-20 songs over and over. It's really bad; they didn't used to be like that. But also, I found certain bands/music I really liked and I wanted to find comparable stuff to enjoy. Anyway, what I started doing was just going to Amazon.com and listening to CD's based on others' reviews of CD's that I did in fact enjoy.

Still, all that's not quite as easy as listening to the radio, free of doing anything. I'll check out that link above soon.

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Unfortunately, I find it impossible to focus on more than one task at a time. Can't work on the computer w/music playing. Can't study w/the TV on. Can't fall asleep to music, or any noise, etc.

Spent most of college in the library as the dorms were too noisy. Have pissed off co-workers who like to listen to the radio at work. I have to insist they turn it off, not just down.

Multi-tasking is DP-ville for me.

Also, I prefer to listen to the radio lying on my sofa, or driving in my car on a fine summer evening.

Question though
I was recently blasted with Malware. I'm leery of downloading or whatever you need to do to get these stations. It looks like a download.
Is there any chance of getting a computer virus, malware, etc. by using the radio on the internet? There are a few talk shows that aren't local I'd like to listen to now and again. Music too.

Best,
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Unfortunately, I find it impossible to focus on more than one task at a time. Can't work on the computer w/music playing. Can't study w/the TV on. Can't fall asleep to music, or any noise, etc.

Spent most of college in the library as the dorms were too noisy. Have pissed off co-workers who like to listen to the radio at work. I have to insist they turn it off, not just down.

Multi-tasking is DP-ville for me.

Also, I prefer to listen to the radio lying on my sofa, or driving in my car on a fine summer evening.

Question though
I was recently blasted with Malware. I'm leery of downloading or whatever you need to do to get these stations. It looks like a download.
Is there any chance of getting a computer virus, malware, etc. by using the radio on the internet? There are a few talk shows that aren't local I'd like to listen to now and again. Music too.

Best,
D :shock:
 

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Dreamer,

You can be confident in downloading Winamp, the primary MP3 player used around the world. No worry of viruses. Generally, websites who offer radio stations just have a URL, or net address, that you copy, and paste it into your winamp player. It's all very easy, and I can help you if need be.

Don't worry about any viruses.

Oh, http://www.winamp.com
 

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Dreamer,

You can be confident in downloading Winamp, the primary MP3 player used around the world. No worry of viruses. Generally, websites who offer radio stations just have a URL, or net address, that you copy, and paste it into your winamp player. It's all very easy, and I can help you if need be.

Don't worry about any viruses.

Oh, http://www.winamp.com
 

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I love All That Jazz with Brian Parker. You need to download something called Abacast, "a plugin to connect to the audio streaming." I have had this on my machine for a long time with no problems or wierdness.

http://www.jazz-radio.fm/home1.php
 

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I love All That Jazz with Brian Parker. You need to download something called Abacast, "a plugin to connect to the audio streaming." I have had this on my machine for a long time with no problems or wierdness.

http://www.jazz-radio.fm/home1.php
 
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