Dame que este é un palabro que se inventaron os da last.fm. 

Alguén na Urbandictionary.com definiuno coma:


Can replace most verbs to indicate that an action has been performed, and that 
it has been logged or recorded by a 'scrobbler', which is a system that 
records whatever you're scrobbling, although the scrobbler may not necessarily 

As opcións pra traducilo... buff. dificil.

Unha podería ser rastrexar; define ben o de levar rexistro das cancións... 
pero é moi recurrida, penso.

Outra sería 'usmar': o sevizo usma nas cancións que escoitas e ti logo 'usmas' 
as cancións da lista.  Agora, resulta que non é usmar senón 'osmar' seghundo 
os señores do VOLGA aka RAG, co cal non tou dacordo, pero que se lle vai 
facer. Aquí dise usmar!. 

Va, isto é o que se me ocorre. Se che serve como axuda, perfecto. 

On Monday 30 June 2008 23:10:48 Amador Loureiro Blanco wrote:

>  Boas,
>  Ando rematando a traducción da nova versión de Vagalume (un cliente de
> Last.fm para Gnome e Maemo, feito por Berto García de Igalia) e non souben
> adaptar scrobbling.
>  Por se alguén non o sabe:
>  ~      What is *Scrobbling*?
>  *Scrobbling* a song means that when you listen to it, the name of the song
> is sent to Last.fm and added to your music profile.
>  Once you've signed up and downloaded Last.fm <http://www.last.fm/join/>,
> you can scrobble songs you listen to on your computer or iPod
> automatically. Start *scrobbling* yourself, and see what artists you really
> listen to the most. Songs you listen to will also appear on your Last.fm
> profile page for others to see.
>  Millions of songs are scrobbled every day. This data helps Last.fm to
> organise and recommend music to people; we use it to create personalised
> radio stations, and a lot more besides.
>  You can see what Last.fm users listened to the most last week by clicking
> the Charts <http://www.last.fm/charts/> button at the top of the page. Add
> your musical taste into the mix and help us get some decent music into the
> top 10 :)

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