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France info Rythmes scolaires : le ministre Vincent Peillon a remisé au placard son premier scénario basé sur 5 heures 30 quotidiennes de classe. Gouvernement, syndicats et collectivités ont maintenant dix jours pour s'accorder sur la journée scolaire de la rentrée 2013. 5h30, 5h15 ou 5h de cours par jour, qu'en pensez-vous ?
Now since the Last.fm radio is getting paid for users living outside US, UK and Germany, it becomes quite a pain for the left out users to look for a free equivalent, if not a better alternative to Last.fm’s radio. Although Last.fm still functions as a recommendation tool, as you can still scrobble your tracks (for free), you won’t be able to listen to the recommended tracks without buying a subscription. To ease out the task for you, we researched a little bit and have put down a list of 10 free alternatives to the Last.fm Radio service. StumbleAudio StumbleAudio is like StumbleUpon, but for music. Free Online Radio Services: Last.fm Alternatives
OK, everybody knows that Last.fm & Pandora are great services, but there are a lot of other tools that can help us to find new cool music. Some of them just expose daily musical goodies, others make recommendations based on your very own preferences, and others take the web interactivity ever further. Explore the best 20 ways to discover new music in a web 2.0 world. Live music discovery Awdio My favorite method to discover new music is listening to the Awdio stream (live music stream from more than 60 clubs from all over the world – including DJ sets & parties) and when I hear a nice track, I tag it with Shazam (explained below) to find out what tune is it.