World Wide Tunes


Full thanks have to be extended to Roger Wagner for sharing this resource.

I haven’t had complete success with it but it’s still cool to play around the same. It’s called Radio Garden.

This is one of the neatest things I’ve seen in a while.  Take the world and put it in your browser and give it a spin.

The little green dots indicated radio stations.  Just rotate the globe and zoom in on a location to find the radio station from that area.  

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that there are so many but it did to me.  Zooming in and wandering around the globe gives you a real sense as to humanity and where populations exist.  I really found it quite addictive.  There are Jingles everywhere!

Where I didn’t have success, however, was in reliably picking up live radio stations.  Hopefully, it was just me and the time that I tried to tune in.

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World Wide Tunes


Full thanks have to be extended to Roger Wagner for sharing this resource.

I haven’t had complete success with it but it’s still cool to play around the same. It’s called Radio Garden.

This is one of the neatest things I’ve seen in a while.  Take the world and put it in your browser and give it a spin.

The little green dots indicated radio stations.  Just rotate the globe and zoom in on a location to find the radio station from that area.  

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that there are so many but it did to me.  Zooming in and wandering around the globe gives you a real sense as to humanity and where populations exist.  I really found it quite addictive.

OTR Links 12/17/2016


Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.