Real Estate Data on Steroids

Real Estate Data on Steroids

Powered by the big announcement from the Open blog, we're looking at visualizations using Real Estate data. The New York Times today released the Real Estate API providing percentiles and counts for real estate listings and sales in New York City. Read more

The Guardian visualized

The Guardian visualized

Jer over at played around with the newly launched The Guardian API and created some great looking visualizations. He already did similar visualizations with the NY Times API and again he's sharing his experiences working with the API. Read more

The Guardian Open Content Platform

The Guardian is the next newspaper to open up their content following the example of The New York Times. The platform consists of two major components: 1. The Content AP (Access their content database) 2. The Data Store (High quality and curated datasets free to download) The platform is currently in beta trial and only limited acces will be granted. Read more


pachube.Apps is a repository available at of Pachube applications and feed ‘plugins’ & ‘plugouts’ that can be used either as Pachube input feeds, or to modulate and generate Pachube output feeds – no coding necessary! Read more

Google Latitude

Google released a small application to share your location called Google Latitude. You can start let your mobile device automatically update your status or manually enter the data via the Web. Currently it’s available for mobile phones (iPhone support following soon) and as a iGoogle widget. It seems to be a little less engaging for […] Read more

Article Search API from NY Times

The NY Times blog Open announced the release of the Article Search API for the archive of the New York Times. The Article Search API is a way to find, discover, explore, have fun and build new things. We’ve accumulated quite a few blocks/articles over the last 28 years — all of them tagged and labeled with loving care. Read more

Google API Playground

Google API Playground

Google today released a new tool that will make learning and testing code for Google's Javascript APIs a lot easier. Google's interactive AJAX API Playground gives developers an easy to use interface to write some basic Javascript code for Google's eight Javascript APIs (Maps, Search, Feeds, Calendar, Visualization, Language, Blogger, Libraries, and Earth). Read more

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