iTunes for the Web

MediaMaster is my newest favorite Web 2.0 Application. Hopefully no one sues them because the utility is nothing short of revolutionary. It’s quite simple, you upload any non-DRM protected audio file that you own to their servers and they store it, allowing you to play everything back through an interface that’s similar to iTunes. Beyond that though, MediaMaster allows you to stream your music as a sort of ‘radio station’ that you can share or embed on any blog or website! You can also share any individual song.

I find this incredibly useful as now I can upload all of my CD and mp3’s to my laptop and have a centralized storage solution that’s available to me anywhere in the world as long as I have an internet connection. I use it a lot at work now to play back CD’s that I’ve either left in the car or at home. Here’s a description from the creators themselves…