The Scuttlebutt: A DJ Without The Annoying Bits.

GoodDayDJ is all about user experience— employing techniques that personalize its function: for example, GoodDayDJ refers to users by their first name. Further, GoodDayDJ maintains unique commentary, refreshing its content every time you listen so that playlists always maintain their interest. And, like a typical radio DJ, GoodDayDJ keeps listeners oriented and apprised of basic informational reference such as time, location and weather.

So…putting this all together, GoodDayDJ might open with,

G’day Lee. It’s 7:35pm on a cool, rainy evening here in San Francisco… Thanks for tuning in!”

GoodDayDJ works primarily by scanning the internet and various databases to scope out and deliver current, different newsy bits of tune-relevant information each time a playlist song is queued up. So, for example, on one occasion GoodDayDJ might introduce the tune Norwegian Wood by the Beatles with something like:

G’day Lee: In Norwegian Wood, John Lennon  was reputed to say, “I was trying to write about an affair without letting my wife know I was having one. I was sort of writing from my experiences – girl’s flats, things like that. I was very careful and paranoid because I didn’t want my wife, Cyn, to know that there really was something going on outside of the household. I’d always had some kind of affairs going on, so I was trying to be sophisticated in writing about an affair, but in such a smoke-screen way that you couldn’t tell. But I can’t remember any specific woman it had to do with.”

Completely different DJ commentary would accompany subsequent playings of the tune, ensuring that Norwegian Wood remains fresh and interesting each time it is heard.