The Wolfram Alpha .NET Library developed by Mathy Lorenzen can access the Wolfram Alpha specific operations of the API such as built-in data, algorithms, and methods. The main goal of Wolfram Alpha is to make the world's knowledge computable. With this in mind, users can discover an array of topics useful for research, business, and academia just to mention a few. Because developers will work on dynamic calculations, .NET language offers the possibilities to create projects related to accounting, supply management, and integration with Internet partners once they interact with the API computational features.
What's that song that begins "the night we met I knew I needed you so?" There are two new mashups that can help you find the answer to that--right now. Both use the MusixMatch API for lyrics search and present the results "instantly." We wrote about APIs fueling the instant frenzy in September, shortly after Google Ajax-ified its search. Including the two lyrics mashups below, we now list 22 instant mashups.
Blekko is a search engine which uses both algorithms and human interaction for producing high quality search results. Currently serving more than 3 billion pages, Blekko sorts through spam, content farms, and sites containing malware in order to offer only real information to the end-user.