Last.fm helped re-define the way people discover music in the early 2000s. Now, the company’s founders are back with a new startup that hopes to change the way people discover content online. The co-founders, Felix Miller and Martin Stiksel (seen above), teased their new startup called Lumi in a blog post Tuesday. “When we started Last.fm in 2002 we tried to show that with the right kind of technology it’s possible and easy for people to discover new music they like,” they wrote. “We always thought that by taking a similar approach for the Web as a whole it should be easy for people to discover all sorts of content.” Read the full story at Mashable.
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