As most of my side projects, “seevl DJ” started as a quick hack on a sunday afternoon. Yet, it has been quickly picked and featured on Fast… Continued reading @seevl’s DJ, Twitter, and the Semantic Web
While the Twitter music app eventually failed, it’s still clear that people use Twitter’s data stream to share and/or discover new #music. Thanks to Twitter cards, a great thing… Continued reading Last night a DJ saved my life: What if Twitter could be your own DJ?
The YouTube V3 API is one of those thing you’ll definitely fall in love with, if you’re into real-world Semantic Web applications, a.k.a “Things, not… Continued reading Enhancing the Freebase/YouTube API mappings… using Freebase and YouTube
I was reading the Wikipedia entry for the Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, and while it contains a lot of interesting statistics (shortest and… Continued reading Sex and drugs and Rock’n’roll: Analysing the lyrics of the Rolling Stone 500 greatest songs of all time
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
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
Another week-end, another MusicHackDay. This time, I’ve tried to new APIs: seatwave – that just launched few days and that gives access to a wide… Continued reading SeatTrip – concert listing for your next trip (or “seatwave meets tripit”)
MIDEM HackDay was – as expected – a wonderful event, where 18 hacks have been built over the week-end (screenshots on this MIDEM blog post). In particular, I’d give my thumbs-up… Continued reading Mixture – real-word music-discovery