…these iconic words come from the Bruce Springsteen song “Growin’ Up”. My current favourite channel on XMRadio right now is the E Street Channel. It’s one of the very few channels devoted to a single artist and when I hop in the car, I get to listen to some of the greatest music ever performed.
Of course, I could put any of the CDs from my collection into the player or plug in my MP3 player but the XMRadio channel is far more intriguing because there are songs that I didn’t even know that the E Street Band had recorded plus there are rare live recordings and concerts that I’d never hear before.
Where can you get the same power in an internet connected computer? Head on over to the site allsongsby. It’s a search engine to a giant compilation of music. The search engine lets you look by artist, album, or song. If the song is on YouTube, a link lets you play it directly. If you prefer to go mobile, a link to the download from iTunes is there.
So, I decided to check out the results from a “Bruce Springsteen” search.
405 songs on 66 albums. The site even puts together a playlist of content for you to copy and embed! The Springsteen playlist has 138 songs for a total of 12 hours and 33 minutes.
Now, the songs are available elsewhere on the internet to be sure. I think it’s a goldmine find to have them all in one place. Just search for your artist and have at it. Wonderful.
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25 Billion Pieces of Content Get Shared on Facebook Monthly [INFOGRAPHIC]
In order to create killer marketing campaigns, marketers sometimes find themselves playing the role of psychologist to understand what makes their audience tick. Getting real insight into the inner workings of our prospects’ minds can only be made better with one thing that all marketers love…data! TabJuice tapped psychologists to define six universal learning methods that they’ve identified in shoppers, and link those behaviors to data that explains how shoppers make purchasing decisions in this Social Commerce Psychology Infographic. You might find many of these concepts extend to the way websites and authors gain authority, increase traffic, and generate leads on the web, too!
Reading Strategies | Scoop.it
“Active strategies for reading & comprehension”
All songs by any music artist | allSongsBy
Search for all songs on the internet by artist, album, or song.
A quick and easy way to find movies, watch trailers and share with friends!
Can you crack it?
Supposedly the screen when you crack the code.
Google Chrome Blog: Eggnog, mistletoe and… pigs?
Starting today, you can play a new episode of your favorite game, with 42 exciting levels. And if you are handy with the slingshot, you’ll also be able to find a few new hidden Chrome dimension levels.
In addition, you can check out the first of an additional set of 25 holiday-themed Angry Birds levels. A different level will be unlocked every day until December 25th. There are also three Chrome-exclusive holiday levels that you can unlock with a secret password.
Welcome to Viewshare
Viewshare is a free platform for generating and customizing views, (interactive maps, timelines, facets, tag clouds) that allow users to experience your digital collections.
imgbox – fast, simple image host
Host JPG, GIF and PNG images up to 10MB each.
KidZui – The Internet for Kids
The internet for kids – kidzui browser
History of the Christmas Tree
An infographic in the spirit of the season.
History of the Christmas Tree Infographic, Origin of Christmas Trees Infographic | Christmas Tree Market
The history of the Christmas tree has garnered a lot of fascinating points over the years. A tradition with humble beginnings in 15th century Latvia, the festive tower of foliage has grown to be one of the holiday season’s most beloved symbols. From the first decorated tree in 1600 to Gubbio, Italy’s 650-meter tall wonder, get a glimpse of Christmas tree history through this handy visual guide from Christmas Tree Market.
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