GovTrack.us, Library of Congress Prints & Photographs, New York Times Congress, OpenCongress, OpenSecrets
Mashups using the same API (21)
Maplight.org combines political results with financial contributions to show how capital contributions affect voting. This specific mashup allows users to track financial contributions that might...
MAPlight.org launched the Influence Tracker widget to provide voters with financial information that influences political candidates. For example, by entering a senators name Influence Tracker will...
An iPhone app that mashes up a variety of different data for Congress including videos, twitter feeds, office maps, click to call, find legislator by GPS, recent votes, websites and committees.
As the various offerings by mapping API providers continue to mature, new opportunities have emerged for would-be advertisers and map mashup developers to tap into the ability to include advertising directly on a map. In addition to providing a wealth of information and spatial context, mapping APIs have the potential to serve as an additional venue for advertising.
||1DayLater is a web-tool that lets users track day-to-day time, money and mileage. Data can be tracked through a web browser or mobile app and the service provides visualizations to help with analysis...||Enterprise||02.02.2010|
||360T is a Germany based online trading platform that serves both buy and sell-side individuals including institutional clients as well as national and multinational corporate treasuries. The 360T...||Financial||03.14.2013|
||3Scale enables API owners to integrate API management services into their existing systems. 3scale offers an on-demand infrastructure platform lets businesses capitalize on their Web Services to...||Financial||10.05.2011|
||50BTC is a bitcoin mining pool. The site allows users to unite CPU and graphic card power to solve progressively more difficult blocks to create bitcoins. The earning coin are split among the pool....||Financial||03.19.2013|
||7-Election by 7-Eleven is a Presidential poll where 7-Eleven customers vote on their favorite candidate by choosing either a blue coffee cup, Obama, or red coffee cup, Romney. The results of these...||Government||08.30.2012|