This Node.js wrapper published by Grant Timmerman creates an interface with the New York Times API from a Node.js application. This allows API consumers to expose the full contents of the New York Times API, including articles, best seller lists, finance information, event listings, community information, real estate listings, movie reviews, and more.
Getting your news should be a relatively painless process. The sheer amount of it along with the untold number of sources can make it hard to separate the signal from the noise however. With the recent shutdown of Google Reader, many of us are still looking for the best tool to aggregate news. This week we'll look at a few recent mashups that promise to keep you informed with the latest news. Read below for more details.
API Craft - a new conference event planned for late July in Detroit - wants to create a common future vision amongst API developers. Independently organized by Apigee staffers Brian Mulloy, Kevin Swiber and Scott Regan, API Craft will be held from July 29 – 31 in Detroit Michigan at the central city location of 1555 Broadway Street.
A lot of our readers, like me, are news addicts. The latest news matters to a lot of us, and there are some good new mashups to help us find it. Take, for example, Tweetnews.mobi, which shows you the latest breaking news being tweeted through Twitter in realtime: