I just discovered SeeQPod the other day. In my considered opinion, this is the coolest thing to happen with music on the Internet since Napster (the original Napster, that is).
The clever minds at SeeQPod have developed technology that scours the interweb for audio files and allows you to search, find and play them in your browser. There's also a "discover" function that (presumably) finds music similar to your tastes based on the search term.
But one of the coolest things is that they've made the songs and playlists embedable, like a YouTube video (also linkable and emailable).
So I've done a quick playlist of some of my favorite songs for your listening pleasure and my playing around with the app.
Check it out and tell me if you think it's as cool as I do.
SeeqPod Music beta - Playable Search
Of course, since the music industry is trying to kill audio on the web (and commit industrial hara-kiri in the process), this service will probably be shut down by a-hole lawyers in a few months. So enjoy it while you can.
tagged: music, audio, seeqpod, Napster, internet