An excellent little service: give it your Last.fm username and it finds music blogs you’ll probably like. I’ve found a treasure trove of Huffduffer sources through this.
Matt encapsulates a lot of what I've been thinking about recently: the real-time web is all well and good, but let's not forsake the enormous potential for fulfilment in archives.
A great write-up of the latest additions to the Guardian's Open Platform API including a lukewarm assessment of Semantic Web technologies like RDF.
Best. Robots.txt file. Ever.
A cute little mashup: find out what you were listening to according to Last.fm when you were posting to Twitter.
Where I’m actually living in augmented reality, Jefferson Airplane and what does this mean for photos. « geobloggers
Rev. Dan Catt's augmented reality future is here; it just isn't evenly distributed yet.
One of the runners-up in the Last.fm hackday, this is a simple little service that tells you what band you should be listening to.
Matt's bit of fun from the Last.fm hackday. Hannah's had the best generated lyric juxtaposition, "love drunk home fuck good night."
End of the year charts based on real data: "Based entirely on your scrobbling, this is a real look at what you've been listening to (not just buying). The charts are ranked by total number of listeners."
The first ever Last.fm hack day is taking place in London on December 14th. I'll be there.
The Evening Standard picks up the story of Silicon Roundabout: Last.fm, Dopplr, Schulze and Webb, Moo...
The Last.fm beta redesign is now available for the great unwashed masses to test.
If, like me, you were going cold turkey on Mobile Scrobbler after updating your jailbroken iPhone/iPod Touch, you can stop sweating now. The official Last.fm app is really, really nice ...and it's free.
Remember when I blogged about wanting to be able to scrobble the music that someone else in the same room as me is playing? Well, Brad Dougherty has built it.
Last.fm have gathered together the best apps built on their API and put them all in one handy browsable spot.
A handy little service that creates an RSS feed of upcoming music releases based on your Last.fm listening history.
"As of today, you can play full-length tracks and entire albums for free on the Last.fm website."
Compare and contrast Last.fm's chart with the "official" UK chart. It's as if Radiohead doesn't even exist in meatspace.
Last.fm are hiring. If you're London-based and in the job market, I can think of a lot worse places to work.
Probably old news by now but Last.fm has been acquired by CBS, who I hope are not evil. The good news is that our favourite music site is staying in London. Rock on, FMers.