Finding Time for #MusicMonday on Twitter!

musicNot only is today Cyber Monday on The Time Finder – it’s also #MusicMonday on Twitter!  So why don’t we explore some of the music sharing applications that are available on Twitter?

To start the ball rolling, there is an excellent compilation of sites by Robin Wauters on TechCrunch titled “How to Make Twitter Sound Like Music to Your Ears.”

Generally the only information that you need to share with these sites is your Twitter user name and password.  You then search for the song that you want to share and the site shortens the url and puts it out as a tweet from your feed.  In most instances, you are also given an opportunity to preview the music and adapt the message in your tweet before it’s published.

Some of the services, like have the capacity to share both music and video streams on Twitter.

Others, like Twisten.FM will crawl Twitter for tweets about music – which you can then listen to and/or scan for items of interest.  Another option in Twisten is to click on a profile in the sidebar.  Songs will then be played in sequence – another nice way to listen, almost like listening to a radio station!

Warning: I suggest that you create some good time boundaries for yourself before setting out to explore these tools – or maybe save it for a weekend morning. It’s very easy to get caught up in the music … while time goes by!

Are you already sharing music on Twitter?  Or are you thinking about giving it a try? I’d love to hear how it goes!

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Let’s explore time together …

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