What is the easiest way of using my Audioscrobbler RDF feed of my last ten played songs to keep an automated recent listening TypeList on my TypePad weblog?
September 7, 2004 5:02 AM   Subscribe

What is the easiest way of using my Audioscrobbler RDF feed of my last ten played songs to keep an automated recent listening TypeList on my TypePad weblog?
posted by nthdegx to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
 
If you're not too fussy about the presentation, you may try FeedSweep. It appears to support RSS 1.0/RDF. However, the service seems to be down right now, so I don't know how it would work.

I've been looking for a solution myself, but haven't found a realitively simple way to parse RDF in Perl.
posted by misterioso at 6:49 AM on September 7, 2004


I don't know if you could use this, but Magpie RSS is a php based rss parser. It works pretty well for me - there is some error handling problems, but you could write an if/else query to handle it - I'm just lazy. You just upload a set of php files, and then call them from inside your template as inline php.
posted by plemeljr at 7:07 AM on September 7, 2004


Thanks, guys. Despite being a little fussy about presentation I gave FeedSweep a try. I actually found the advanced settings to be impressively configurable, and I think it does the job very well! See?
posted by nthdegx at 11:52 AM on September 8, 2004


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