I’m not a tweeter. Hell, I’m not an active weirdo. I started creating an account a few months ago, posted once, and I basically forgot I did it. It’s not that I don’t find it useful; I just can’t find the time.
One of my good friends uses Twitter as a repository – I think the concept is almost brilliant. She gets the news every morning so she can wake up early when she’s ready in the morning, or line up for Starbucks iced tea (the crazy girl doesn’t drink coffee).
My point is that in the world we live in, there are almost too many places to get information in abundance. blessing and curse. So when I saw this great music collection site, the world seemed to come together in one beautiful and beautiful package, even for a moment.
Fast Forward is the perfect solution for music lovers
but don’t have much time to look for it. If you don’t know about this parent website, Hype Machine, like I haven’t been to, it can be a bit confusing at first. When I got there, I didn’t know what to do, where to go, or how to get there. And they didn’t explain it properly. But what do I know about fixing a website? I’m just a content strategist.
So it works like this. The Fast Forward home page takes you to the first of many slides, where you listen to a song for about 15 seconds before moving on to the next. The amazing thing is that each slide has a personalized page, and you can pause and listen to the entire song or read about the artist anytime during the slide show. One thing missing in Fast Forward is the rewind or rewind button. If you like a pagalworld mp3 , you can’t go back (which some might consider positive).
Eventually, playlists will come and life goes on,
but if you’re like me, bored and busy, you’ll probably just connect it to your iPod and you’re done. In total, I would give him 2 whole cows. I’ll give it some bonuses because it’s still in beta (did I mention it?). After all, it helps to combine new music in one place, which is an unmistakable groovy feature.