Posted on August 18th, 2010 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Blog Posts.
As I’ve mentioned previously, I have a large music collection that I manage using iTunes. One of the problems with any large collection is the curation and management that goes with it. I carry my iPhone around with me and I listen to music on it, but even the biggest iPhone available would hold only […]
Posted on February 26th, 2009 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Blog Posts.
Today, I tried an experiment. This morning, I’d been reading Paul Lamere‘s blog entry about Collaborative Playlists in which he mentioned that it was possible to create them in Spotify. Well, colour me surprised. I’ve been using Spotify for a little while now, but only ever to listen to particular songs that I wanted to […]
Posted on December 18th, 2008 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Blog Posts.
Gosh, it’s thursday already? Last Sunday I attended last.fm‘s first open Hack Day near Brick Lane in London with the intention of building a system to allow creation of Genius Playlists using last.fm’s data. For those of you who aren’t sure, a Genius Playlist is a playlist of music that all “works together” that’s created […]
I don’t have time for a full entry today, so here’s a quick tip for last.fm users who are making use of their “Recently Played Tracks” RSS to do cool things. It turns out that you can increase the number of tracks returned by the feed simply by adding a limit=somenumber parameter to the URL. […]