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twt.fm, real time music in your Twitter feed

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Good music deserves to be heard.

Thus the new website twt.fm is a spectacular way for the masses to share what they are listening to via Twitter. Twitter, the social networking blog that enables users to post messages of 140 characters or less, can now be used to stream songs.

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twt.fm

Simply go to twt.fm enter your twitter name, band and song and boom you can post any given song to your profile for users to listen to without leaving your feed. It’s brilliant, simple and could add a new way bands and music are presented to the public.

Another useful feature is the “next” button on the upper right side of the page that lets users skip to another twt.fm page and listen to a new song creating a new age jukebox type setup.

Check out the latest tunes I’m listening to at twitter.com/young_david and share your new songs with me. Because, in the end, finding new music is really what makes the world go round.

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Written by David Young

March 24, 2009 at 8:01 pm

Posted in MP3s, Music

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