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Gary Robinson

You might also want to check Goombah (http://www.goombah.com) out. (Full disclosure: I'm CTO of the company that makes it.) It enables each user's CPU to help with the recommendation work so that it has massive computational power, which is helpful because it uses your whole collection, including play counts, in the recommendation process. Additionally, it lets you download taste-targeted free music (which is legal to play in your iPod). It works in conjunction with iTunes.

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