Monday, September 11, 2006


Sometimes when I get bored with the music in my iTunes library, I listen to some stations on Pandora's web site.  Even though they have an minimal interface on the web page, the web browser has to remain open to listen to music.

I just saw this post that mentions PandoraBoy.  This is a Mac OS X application that lets you listen to your Pandora stations.  I believe that this is just a web browser that will presents a web page with two frames.  One has the Pandora player, the other has ads for music from Amazon. 

The cool think about his being a specially built web application is that it can use some Mac OS X specific extensions.  These extensions enable Growl notifications and control with global hotkeys or the apple remote.

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