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Short Take: Start-up to unveil "mood" music browser

At the Streaming Media East conference in New York, a San Francisco Bay Area-based start-up tomorrow is unveiling a Web browser that allows music fans to search and shop for online music matched to their tastes and moods. MoodLogic's browser contains a database of 250,000 songs, each of which is classified by descriptive and emotional criteria created by a panel of hundreds of professional music specialists and more than 20,000 consumers from music rating Web site Jaboom.

At the Streaming Media East conference in New York, a San Francisco Bay Area-based start-up tomorrow is unveiling a Web browser that allows music fans to search and shop for online music matched to their tastes and moods. MoodLogic's browser contains a database of 250,000 songs, each of which is classified by descriptive and emotional criteria created by a panel of hundreds of professional music specialists and more than 20,000 consumers from music rating Web site Jaboom.