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.
Understanding the mind of the consumer is the crux of any marketing campaign, and having the ability to monitor whether these efforts are working or not is priceless. Thanks to Google's release of Multi-Channel Funnels in Google Analytics last year, this is a possibility. There have been numerous requests that this data be made available via an API, and finally it's here, Google has released the Multi-Channel Funnels Reporting API.
In a press release on 11 March 2013, Message Bus announced that its Message Bus Platform is now available for integration via Zapier's drag and drop API integration capabilities. This is exciting news for anyone trying to create efficient integrations and workflows that make sense for business but don't come with the associated efforts, long lead times and costs that custom API work entails.
It's always exciting to see those outside the web industry using an API to improve their sites. NY Times First Look blog has a great example of what Dallas Public Library has done with the Best Sellers API.