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Radio Userland

Radio UserLand is a "personal radio station". It acts as a music organizer and player that lets people program music for themselves, and share their creations with others, over the Internet.

Radio UserLand also works as an HTTP server. Users can designate a folder they want to share; any playlists in that folder are available over the Web, to build community of people sharing lists of music they like. (Radio UserLand only distributes playlists and usage data in XML format. It cannot be used to distribute MP3 files or other types of media.)

Date Listed: 10/14/2000

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