I just put online a small service, which converts your AudioScrobbler data to RDF, designed using the Music Ontology: it exposes your last 10 scrobbled tracks.

The funny thing is that it links the track, records, and artists to corresponding dereferencable URIs in the Musicbrainz dataset. So the tracks you were last listening to are part of the Data Web!

Just try it by getting this URI:

http://dbtune.org/last-fm/<last.fm username>

For example, mine is:

http://dbtune.org/last-fm/moustaki

Of course, by being linked to dereferencable URIs in Musicbrainz, you are able to access the birth dates of the artists you last listened to, or use the links published by DBPedia to plot your last artists played on map, by just crawling the Data Web a little.

Then, you can link that to your FOAF URI. Mine now holds the following statement:

<http://moustaki.org/foaf.rdf#moustaki> owl:sameAs <http://dbtune.org/last-fm/moustaki>.

Now, my URI looks quite nice, in the Tabulator generic data browser!

Me and my scrobbles