The goal is to get from Point A to Point B as creatively as possible so, technically, they are doing Parkour, as long as Point A is delusion and Point B is the hospital.
This New York Time’s article on Pandora’s mobile apps reads more like an advertisement than anything, but maybe that’s just the way talking about Pandora comes across. As a long time user I have sold it over and over to people.
When my iPod runs out of power or out of fresh tunes I will use Pandora on the iPhone to get through the rest of the day. It syncs with your stations on the Pandora web site and there’s not a bit of latency using the cell towers for reception. You can also create stations and bookmark songs on the fly. Why would I listen to disjointed local radio when I have several stations that are fine tuned to my liking with me at all times?