Byline: Miriam Stoppard 1 Just sitting back and listening to music for half an hour a day can expand and clear your mind, say researchers.
What does L2M stand for?
L2M stands for Listening to Music (internet chat)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of L2M
- Lads to Leaders and Leaderettes (Church of Christ youth program; est. 1968; various locations)
- LAN (Local Area Network)-to-LAN (Local Area Network; computer networking)
- Lawyer to Lawyer
- Learning to Learning
- Library to Library
- Like to Like (comparison)
- Love to Laugh
- Learning to Laugh Again (support group)
- Leader to Leader Institute
- Laughing to Myself (Internet slang)
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Her study of information technology workers showed that listening to music helped them complete tasks more quickly and put them in a better mood than that of their co-workers.
Passive listening was defined as hearing or listening to music as background music.
I was with three other friends in my car, listening to music when armed Taliban stopped us and, after smashing cassettes and the cassette player, they shaved half our heads and moustaches," he said.
It said more consumers were also listening to music on social networks such as MySpace, particularly teenagers but also college-age Internet users.
Hidden among the findings' many platitudes (“Today’s teens were introduced to technology as toddlers and rely on consumer electronic products like computers, cell phones and MP3 players that make their lives easier”—Duh), is this nifty little tidbit: “Four of [teens’] five top activities were technology driven, with listening to music as the most popular activity…” And surprisingly, most of these kids actually bought music in stores (58 percent), rather than borrowed it (56 percent), received it as a gift (52 percent), or bought it online (51 percent).
Listening to music while driving can reduce the chances of having an accident, according to research from Sainsbury's Bank Car Insurance.
Listening to music while driving can reduce the chances of having an accident according to research from Sainsbury's Bank Car Insurance.