If you’re a music review publication/blogger, it’s nice to let readers actually listen to the songs you review (Mr. Obvious).  But practically speaking, that’s more difficult than you’d imagine.  Often rights issues and a variety of streaming player types/sizes needing to be squeeze into your neatly designed pages stand in the way, as well as, a likely future of broken links and missing content. In comes Y Combinator-graduate Bop.fm with a smart little widget that somehow solves all of that.  And seems they’ve just upped their game with shareable playlists… encore!  Will let you read the details on how it all works: http://www.cnet.com/news/bop-fm-makes-music-playlists-shareable-on-any-site/

If you’re a music review publication/blogger, it’s nice to let readers actually listen to the songs you review (Mr. Obvious).  But practically speaking, that’s more difficult than you’d imagine.  Often rights issues and a variety of streaming player types/sizes needing to be squeeze into your neatly designed pages stand in the way, as well as, a likely future of broken links and missing content.

In comes Y Combinator-graduate Bop.fm with a smart little widget that somehow solves all of that.  And seems they’ve just upped their game with shareable playlists… encore!  Will let you read the details on how it all works:

http://www.cnet.com/news/bop-fm-makes-music-playlists-shareable-on-any-site/