Turntable.fm a new web-based social music service, which got everybody talking, has shut its access to non-US residents. It so happens that a new service comes in a while and gets you all excited about it. Turntable is one such service. I am not sure which little service got me excited the most, before Turntable. It certainly isn’t facebook or Twitter. Turntable is one of a kind. Sorry, Turntable ‘was’ one of a kind service.
I have used Turntable only for thirty minutes and was instantly hooked. I even discovered three new songs by just sitting in one of those DJ rooms. Quite a few music and video startup don’t render their services outside the US. Hulu for example doesn’t let people outside the US watch their content.
If you are outside the US and still trying to access then this is the message you will be greeted with :
Turntable has amassed 140,000 users in a span of few months and is on the verge of becoming viral, tantamount to what Napster was becoming in 2002. Looks like all good things has to end. At least for the non-US folks.
Is non-US term applicable in world wide web?
Who will crack this music startup puzzle?