Following my recent post on schema.org and personalisation on the Web, I wrote a music actions exporter for various services, including Facebook, Deezer, and last.fm. Available at http://music-actions.appspot.com, it’s mostly… Continued reading Export and structure your musical activity with schema.org
It’s that time of the year again. In a few weeks, I’ll be queuing in front of my favorite music store on an early Saturday morning. Why?… Continued reading Browsing the upcoming Record Store Day 2014 UK releases
While catalogues now tend to be similar between streaming platforms, besides a few notable exceptions, it’s interesting to note how top-tracks can differ between services.… Continued reading Streaming the Pink Floyd: where are all the potheads?
Last week-end, the music industry meet in Cannes for MIDEM. And, as for the past 4 years, the music-tech community gathered for a special Music Hack… Continued reading MIDEM Music Hack Day 2014 – seevl hipster
Last week, I lately realized that TechCrunch was organising its upcoming Disrupt SF Hackathon. I though attending could be fun, especially since it’s been a… Continued reading Twilio, 10 lines of Python, and the TC Hackathon
I recently came across this infographic about startup founders. Before starting to work on seevl, I would probably thought that this was either nuts and/or… Continued reading A startup founder should …