Do you remember the moment you first tried a streaming service like Pandora? It felt like magic. You could type in a band name — nearly any band name — and Pandora created a radio station of similar artists. It was a new era of machine curation, where you could skip the dusty record stores and have new media funneled straight into your brain. Now everything is so curated that it’s difficult to find content that’s truly surprising.
Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/05/opinion/