Treat Your Streaming Music Saved Library Like A CD Book To Limit Choices

Treat Your Streaming Music Saved Library Like A CD Book To Limit Choices
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When you have nearly every album ever recorded at your fingertips all the time, what do you listen to? With streaming services like Spotify and Rdio, it’s almost impossible to decide sometimes. Both have save features though, and you can use those to help limit your choices

When I was discussing the problem of remembering to listen to new albums with a friend of mine last week, he said that he doesn’t go through and favourite, star or add everything to his library. Instead, he keeps a rotating set of albums — 30 or so — and adds or deletes as he goes, just like he did with the CD book in his car back in the ’90s. I’ve started doing the same and as conceptually silly as it sounds, it works really well when you’re at a loss for what to listen to.

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  • (fix) When you have the illusion of nearly every album ever recorded at your fingertips all the time, what do you listen to? (/fix)

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