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  • When I was a kid I always thought it would be cool if I had a magic radio that I could tune into the station the person in the next car was grooving to so I could groove to it too.
    • Hey, me too. More recently, I've been musing about virtual bumper-stickers that appeared on your car's heads up display. The idea is basically a protocol for negotiating "shared or interesting" facts between people... it could certainly include "what I'm listening to right now". (see here [] if you're interested in more about that idea.)

      -DA []

      • I live in Texas, where negotiating interesting facts between people on the freeway usually involves road rage. :)

        Texas: Drive Friendly!

        J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
      • I've thought about similar things, but in my world, I would send people facts like "I brake for tailgaters" and "Nice lane change, jackass."