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Noise by Numbers
Matthew Hawn, VP Product         Twitter: @jukevox
a global music community bound
together by our listening and sharing habits
More than 100 million tracks
 by more than 45 million artists

Created from 65 billion Scrobbles
 from 44 million register...
11,353,666,092 scrobbles
         In 2011
71,596 years of music
How do you describe
 your favorite band?
2000 new unique tags each week
       2+ million in total
Tags = More Than Genres
Tags = personal maps and
         legends
Tags = personal maps and
         legends
Tags = Social
Communication
Tags = Social
Communication
Tags = Social
Communication
Tags = Social
Communication
Tags = big scenes
Tags = small scenes

 “a campire and a tent and a flashlight and
 some matches and a tree and that river and
   my glasses...
Tags = open to any
and all musical communities
tags = Your tour mates/scene/
competition/community
tags = temporal
music communities
Why Do Tags Matter Outside Music?
Why Do Tags Matter Outside Music?


Because they are really about stories
Thanks!
And thanks to
@mattsheret
For the original
Noise By Numbers presentation


I’m @Jukevox
 on Twitter
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Last.fm: Noise by numbers

  1. 1. Noise by Numbers Matthew Hawn, VP Product Twitter: @jukevox
  2. 2. a global music community bound together by our listening and sharing habits
  3. 3. More than 100 million tracks by more than 45 million artists Created from 65 billion Scrobbles from 44 million registered users
  4. 4. 11,353,666,092 scrobbles In 2011
  5. 5. 71,596 years of music
  6. 6. How do you describe your favorite band?
  7. 7. 2000 new unique tags each week 2+ million in total
  8. 8. Tags = More Than Genres
  9. 9. Tags = personal maps and legends
  10. 10. Tags = personal maps and legends
  11. 11. Tags = Social Communication
  12. 12. Tags = Social Communication
  13. 13. Tags = Social Communication
  14. 14. Tags = Social Communication
  15. 15. Tags = big scenes
  16. 16. Tags = small scenes “a campire and a tent and a flashlight and some matches and a tree and that river and my glasses and a spaceship and a really really big bear but the bear is really really far away”
  17. 17. Tags = open to any and all musical communities
  18. 18. tags = Your tour mates/scene/ competition/community
  19. 19. tags = temporal music communities
  20. 20. Why Do Tags Matter Outside Music?
  21. 21. Why Do Tags Matter Outside Music? Because they are really about stories
  22. 22. Thanks! And thanks to @mattsheret For the original Noise By Numbers presentation I’m @Jukevox on Twitter

Last.fm's deep system of social music tags create community and unusual connections.

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