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Six APIs were added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Writing and Customer Service categories, among others. Also added were several libraries for use with the DocuSign API.
Gracious Eloise announced a digital handwriting API. Handwriting.io utilizes typed data, but produces output that mimics natural handwriting as opposed to font.
Writeapp.me, the personal online notebook, has announced its first public Writeapp.me API. The company decided to launch the API in attempt to get back to the personal, customizable roots for which the application was originally built.
When it comes to SEO (search engine optimisation), the best way to get people to visit a website is to provide great content. Keywords, linking and other tricks aside, content is still king. For some website owners, generating regular written content is just not their thing, and in those cases, professional article writing services may be an option. Textbroker is an article writing service that makes use of its large database of knowledgable writers to create content specific to clients' needs. Textbroker has also released the Textbroker's API that makes it possible for third party applications to access data and manage the whole ordering process.
Plagiarism is a hot topic. The (ex) German Education Minister did it. George Harrison (yes, that one) did it. Jonah Lehrer, formerly of The New Yorker, did it (and got paid $20,000 for confessing!). As Pablo Picasso put it, "Good artists copy, great artists steal," but so do lots of other people.
Sara Gruen did it. Erin Morgenstern did it. So did Kelley Armstrong. And so have hundreds of thousands of other men and women around the world. They attempted to write 50,000 words of a novel in 30 days.If you were going to join NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writer's Month) and participate (better hurry: starts November 1), what would be your most important tool? A computer? A pencil and paper? A cup of coffee? None hold up against that most direly needed tool...NaNoWriMo's word count API.