- Nov 18, 2005
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I've checked their IP - location is United States [City: Oakland, California].SugarMedia said:I've saw this a long time ago and everytime I visited it I got the message, "We are having unexpected tech diffiuculties."
I thought it had sth to do with me being in Europe, but maybe not since it's working for you, huh?
Yep, I'm using a mac, and even went to down to our mac design geeks and they couldn't open it either. I'll try from home... maybe there is a firewall on.lugano said:I've checked their IP - location is United States [City: Oakland, California].
Make sure you have the latest Macromedia Flash player installed. Or... use a Mac
Okay, it workd from home. I'll have to talk to our IT about that since music plays a big role in my job.SteveInNC said:I question the intelligence of the marketing person who decided that "pandora" would be a good name for a website, given that all evil was loosed on the world when someone opened Pandora's Box.
I'll second that. I now listen to Pandora almost exclusively at work now. Every once in a while I'll put the radio on for a bit, but they all have a top 40 list that NEVER changes, and about 50% commercials, time-wise...after an hour or two of that, I go right back to Pandora...just wanted to give this one a little bump. Pandora is a pretty cool service that I have been using for a while. I like being able to customize stations based on very specific types of music. no classical music still, but it has everything else. it can provide great mood music. might be a good thing to throw on your system for holiday background music too
www.pandora.com or thru radio.msn.com