Mashups using the same API (61)
This is Now project is a visual composition which uses real-time updates from the ever popular Instagram application based on users geo-tag locations. The tool streams photos instantly as soon as...
Displays currently 'popular' photos from Instagram.
A fun game to play with your friends: we randomly choose one of your Instagram photos, they choose the most appropriate song for it.
Recognize.im recently announced that its image recognition API service has publicly launched. Until now, the Recognize.im API remained accessible on an invite only basis. Recognize.im hopes to tap into the quickly growing image recognition market and target mobile shopping apps and advertising campaigns. The platform recognizes real-world objects and redirects customers to take action after the customer takes a photo of the object with a smartphone.
You may soon be able to "Digg This" from within your applications. The social news site's API (our Digg API profile) has long been able to list stories and other data. Now it's looking to let developers add content programmatically.
||#Gah People helps people from the FreeNode IRC channel #gah to discover one another. The website's XML-RPC API can be used to retrieve a list of all people on #gah or to retrieve people based on...||Social||01.29.2013|
100 Facts About Me
||100 Facts About Me is a Russian website dedicated to helping people become better friends by providing an easy way to share information about yourself. The 100 Facts About Me API enables users to...||Social||08.13.2011|
||10x10 ('ten by ten') is an interactive exploration of words and photos based on news stories during a particular hour. The 10x10 site displays 100 photos, each photo representative of a word used in...||Photos||12.08.2010|
21 Forty Medical District Slide Show Data Service
||21 Forty Medical District is a community of apartment residences located in Dallas, TX. It is adjacent to UT Southwestern Medical Center and three miles north of the Central Business District. Those...||Photos||12.23.2012|
||From their site: We believe that APIs should be open and non-vendor specific to create a common field for interoperability and competition. It does not make a lot of sense for us to create a 23 API...||Photos||02.13.2006|