This blog has been quiet for months, as I essentially focused on seevl.fm and our brand new release, even though I still found time to attend a few music-tech hack-a-thons, including the MIDEM MusicHackDay one at the moment .
Yet, now that JSON-LD (the best thing in the Semantic Web sphere for years) is a W3C recommendation, than Google’s Knowledge Graph becomes even more central in Google’s search, and that Facebook acknowledges the Knowledge Economy in its strategy, here are a some tech posts on seevl’s blog you may want to check:
- How to build simple caching with Redis – a how-to on caching / flushing SPARQL queries associated to specific entities in a RDF graph;
- Knowledge graphs utilised for content personalisation and discovery on the Web – a deep dive into our personalisation strategy, discussing how we combine background knowledge and social data for music recommendations;
- seevl.fm: Unlimited music discovery powered by the Open Web – a high-level overview of how and why seevl uses Open Data, and more generally on Semantic Web technologies to solve the music discovery issue.
That’s what I call the Semantic Web in action. And if you want to see it live, check our brand new seevl.fm, and its newly-released auto-playlist feature!