The internet is a powerful tool, but when it comes to listening to music, there’s nothing quite like the power of a laptop.
It’s the latest technological innovation that has allowed millions of people to be entertained for long periods of time.
But what exactly is music?
Is it really something we need to listen to?
In this interview, NPR’s Al Jazeera’s Ari Shapiro explains why the internet has changed the way we listen to music and what’s next for us.
First, we’ve got a lot to talk about.
How does the internet change the way people listen to musical content?
How much do we listen in a day?
Are people listening to more than one thing at a time?
What does music have to do with what we watch?
Al Jazeera: What does the world’s population listen to in a year?
Al-Jazeera: You know, the most popular thing for people to watch on TV is the latest episode of the Kardashians.
What does that mean?
It’s one of the most watched shows on the internet, and that’s something that’s important to us.
It means that people are spending time with us and that we’re reaching people.
But the most important thing for us is what’s going on in their lives, so that they can experience the world around them and make better decisions.
Al Jazeera and The Associated Press