I really don't care about cars at all, but I found it interesting why people would want to go with Pandora or Spotify. Me? I love to listen to Live365 and I have the following presets:
•Analog Voyage •CoolWaters Radio •glide789 •Golden Oak (Celtic) •JOURNEYS •JOURNEYSCAPES •Magical Balance •Mouse House Radio •Mouse Radio •MOVING THROUGH SPACE •Music for the Spirit •New Age Rhythm •Radio Buena Vista •Smooth Jazz Interlude (non-vocal, which I like) •The Dream Catcher •Twilight Radio •Zephyr Planet •MouseWorld Radio 1 •MouseWorld Radio 2 •MouseWorld Radio 3
It's a lot, but Pandora does not come close to Live365 as just about 6 radio stations have Disney theme park music (Mouse*/Radio Buena Vista) and I'm a VIP member paying $71/year. One station that I had in my preset is nu-Jazz Lounge, but I wanted something with no vocals but still play downtempo/chill.
New preset added: Symphonic Masters, Yimago Radio 4, Easy Listening Radio, and a couple of others, but I'm trying to find something that is based in playlist (does not have to be Disney, but I'm not sure what genre it's based in):
Interesting when I clicked the link, the message on the azcentral site said "cookies must be enable to view articles on azcentral.com". I have cookies enabled, but not for third party cookies.
I then copied the link and removed the, ?&nclick_check=1 ,Which allowed me to see the article. working link: »www.azcentral.com/news/politics/ ··· and.html After using the short link, without the part after the question mark, I could now use the full link posted on DSLreports. Testing by opening a new browser window and then using firefox 'private browsing mode' , using the full dslreports link, and I get the enable cookies", again. Also same in Opera browser.
Getting real tired of these piss-ass sites and their 'enable your third party cookies, so our shady advertisers can better track your ass across the Internet". I delete cookies on browser close and I may also clear cookies during longer periods of surfing. -- When peasants own the government, there is freedom. When the government owns the peasants, there is tyranny Knowledge and curiosity are not crimes and those who are curious should not be treated like criminals.. »www.eff.org/https-everywhere