Music Wall

Thanks to the constant barrage of live music over the last week, I've been frequently pondering my Last.FM API hack. Coco and the Butterfields seriously highlight the Last.FM problem: since Monday I've listened to 40+ CD tracks, but Last.FM puts my total play count at 198!

Despite my growing desire to probe the API functionality, though, I keep hitting a wall. A wall called Wordpress.

I chose Wordpress as my CMS because of the quick set-up time and personal familiarity. However, it's definitely too bloated and complex for my needs, which has become a hindrance. Time to investigate my options, I think.

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