24’s idea is simple: Identify the top-24 tracks of the top-24 genres played via YouTube during the last 24 hours on Twitter. It’s based on the… Continued reading 24 hours, 24 genres, 24 tracks: Discover YouTube music trends via Twitter
Following my journey with Google Cloud, in particular BigQuery, I’m building a pipeline which mines Tweets containing YouTube videos, and maps those videos to Freebase in order to run various discovery / recommendations… Continued reading Sharing YouTube music on Twitter: Analytics using Freebase and BigQuery
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
I recently reached the Twitter limit to add new followees so I’ve wrote a tiny Python script, Twitter Cleaner, to remove people who haven’t send anything… Continued reading Remove inactive Twitter followees with this tiny Python script
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?
Here’s a new release of SMOB, the Semantic MicrOBlogging framework. This release includes various new features, the main one being the integration of Twitter messages… Continued reading SMOB v2.1: Using SMOB as a Twitter client
As John Breslin already detailed last week, we (Tuukka Hastrup, Uldis Bojars, John and myself) recently work on SMOB, a semantic microblogging architecture, that will… Continued reading SIOC-based microblogging