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How Are You? Is a UK-based application that provides a free service for NHS patients and NHS healthcare professionals, enabling them to create personal online health records that can be easily managed and shared where necessary. This kind of application has the potential to greatly enhance and improve the future of eHealth, and by providing the How Are You API, the service makes it possible for its handy functionality to be accessed and integrated with other applications.
Once the largest transit agency without open data, New York City's MTA embraced developers by making its data feed available to all. Now it's going a step further by organizing an unconference for developers. Further, the event will be hosted at the New York offices of Google, a long supporter of open transit data.
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123Cloud SMS Broadcasting
||123Cloud provides UK hosting, domains, and dedicated servers for SMS broadcasting. 123Cloud's SMS services are designed for businesses doing bulk marketing in the UK. Costs start at Â£0.005 per...||Messaging||02.19.2014|
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|
3.0 Trippin' in
||Trippin'in offers hourly changing (!) restaurant recommendations, nightlife recommendations, outdoors and attraction recommendations via API. They disrupt the Travel and local market by offering...||Travel||06.22.2013|
||From their site: Travel changes people. Whether it is finding a great new coffee shop in your city or a life altering trip around the world, finding great places can make us happier people. 43 Places...||Social||07.02.2008|