Zemanta adds Last.fm support
Zemanta, the third-party blogging service that recently extended its reach to Safari and Chrome users, has announced that its users can now gain access to the Last.fm music database.
Bloggers using the service can now add contextual links to relevant tracks, videos, artist pages and other content stored in the Last.fm database.
Practically, this means that users who write about musicians and bands will gain access to a variety of information including biographies, artist photos and music video pages — and it’s all legal.
This will probably suit music and entertainment bloggers more than others, but others may find it useful to be able to link to this trusted information from time to time without fear of breaking copyright.
Andy Merrett is a London-based full-time blogger writing for several Shiny Media technology blogs and various other projects. Find him on Facebook and Twitter.
Personaly i got tired of getting the same results from last.fm
At http://www.tv243.com i can shuffle music vids by keywords