Musicmobs XSPF archive

Two posts by Paul Lamere – Toby Padilla is leaving the Musicmobs project for Last.fm: Musicmobs was clearly ahead of the curve – pioneering many aspects that are now seen as requirements in the ‘Music 2.0’ space. Social playlisting, recommendation, open web services, implicit gathering of taste data, – the ‘hipster <-> mainstream slider’, excellent […]

band web pages

Comments on music distribution where people don’t have to host files went towards the issue of band’s web pages: Greg said: – A very low percentage of bands are actually tech savvy enough to create their own websites. -MySpace, which is by far the most popular way for bands to gain a web-presence, hosts mp3s […]

music distribution where people don’t have to host files

Mike Love — Songbird and XSPF for sharing music: I’ve been thinking about way to do music distribution where people don’t have to host files. Specifically, with a player like Songbird you could make an XSPF playlist that you could then send or post somewhere. On the other end people receive the playlist and find […]

Attributor Launches Service to Track Copyright Infringement Across the Web

Attributor Launches Service to Track Copyright Infringement Across the Web Links are the currency of the Web. They are the way attributions are made. In most cases, media companies would be better off if they could just get everyone who is copying their stuff to link back to them than by trying to extract licensing […]