So one of the women I share a room with a work plays this radio station all day, not loud but audible. I asked her if it was an oldies station, but she said it's a mix. Mostly, though, I hear 80s and 90s music but nothing too contemporary or even hip-hop -- the most up-to-date artist I've heard is Katy Perry (who I guess is considered fairly mainstream, but I like her). There's stuff like The Ramones and Bruce Springsteen and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. I enjoy it and actually know who most of the artists are, and sometimes I even comment on it (maybe I'm a bit of a know-it-all). So thing song comes on yesterday (I don't know if it's called "Zombie" but that word's in it a lot), and I say, "I think that's The Cranberries." The woman who plays the station said, "I thought it was Bjork." I said, "I don't think so, I think it's The Cranberries, and I think this was a hit around fifteen years ago. Maybe their only one." A few minutes later, she said to me, "You were right, it was The Cranberries." I was trying to figured out how she found that out, and thought that maybe the station had a website where you could read a list of what was being played.
Then I realized that it wasn't an online playlist -- the radio station was online! It's the internet, dummy.