Having a job as a software developer, designer, data entry specialist, ad trafficker, administrative, etc requires immense time at the computer. People tend to listen to music to calm their senses and to motivate their work day. I’ve always been a big fan of music since a child. Watching MTV in the mid 90s where music videos actually played and the public’s fascination with reality TV wasn’t present. Music has changed dramatically over the past 10 years. From records, tapes, CDs, to mp3 players.
Below are my favorite digital sources for listening to music at work: (I tend to be an on-the-go person who loves the cloud!)
- Youtube : I just create my music playlists on here. I no longer have time to download songs and wait for them one by one as I did as I was younger. Commercial free if you pick the right videos!
- Pandora : Sometimes I need some new music, so ta-daaa Pandora is my answer! I’m not into the commercials though.
- Grooveshark : You can create your own radio stations like Pandora, or pick out your songs individually for your playlist. Grooveshark is owned by Microsoft. This music client is rather coded richly, so it’s not the fastest client out there.