jeff buckley, jason mraz, alanis morissette, zucchero, norah jones, travis, one republic, sting , muse , u2 ev alyn )))
bayc en ellie golduingin ten cel chhvanaci ) ete anun@ chisht em grel chhashvac poqratarer@)
Hi there. I just found you on Tigran Hamasyan's profile, he's amazing. Anyway, I see you're from Armenia so I'll take the chance and ask you about Armenian music... If you could recommend me some good music that'd be great : )
hi Arpine Grigoryan,
you've been selected to be part of a music research dataset.
In this dataset, we collected your listening habits via last.fm API.
There is already a published dataset that contains the top-50 artists for a list of ~360,000 users (see http://mtg.upf.edu/node/1671 ). The new dataset were you'd appear it'll be similar to this one, but containing your listening history, anonymized.
In any case, if you prefer not being part of this new dataset, please let me know ASAP.
Thanks in advance!
Barev! Nice smile :). I read your post about 2791th founding anniversary of Yerevan. I think it's a good time to normalize relations and opening borders. I don't know what do you think but I think this is both necessary for Armenia and Turkey. I hope Armenian economy will get better after opening borders. Armenia would lose some diaspora aids but can buy cheap technology from Turkey. I'm waiting for Armenian products I want to use them :) This year I want to visit Yerevan, I can come from Iran or Georgia but I want to pass Turkish - Armenian border :) Greetings from Turkey..
Arpine, you serve the world with a great blog. I love to see the lake you're describing. But I'm wondering... what's the reaction in Armenia about the genocide-quote of mr. Erdogan. To us, it;s really strange to hear that he blames the Chinese for genocide in Urumqui. Maybe you van tell something from inside Armenia.