In addition to their app, GeoPapyrus offers open source developer tools for documenting media and sharing videos, images, and audio with social apps through their Augmented Reality platform in the cloud. The GeoPapyrus Audio Recognition, Image Recognition, and Facial Recognition SDKs allow developers to add multi-faceted media recognition into their iOS app to use for user authentication, or for sharing on social accounts.
If you're using Twitter's Search API via the api.twitter.com sub-domain, you have a week to switch to search.twitter.com, according to a post from Twitter's Taylor Singletary. The endpoint being removed has not been officially supported by Twitter, though other supported calls use the same sub-domain.
SXSW was the source of a flood of real-time information on the web. Information flowed from attendees using social media tools to share what was being discussed, their thoughts and their experiences. This information was amplified further by the information be re-shared (retweeted on Twitter) and by other opinions being expressed about all things SXSW. But how is it that you ensure you don't miss an important piece of information from within your social media connections or even outside of your normal social media circles? From an earlier post on Cadmus, an algorithmic Twitter feed service, you may be aware of the idea of curation - filtering content to ensure that you don't miss the most relevant information. But who performs this curation and what roles do technology have in the process?