Mashups using the same API (9)
This hack allows people to access their Yahoo! mail through a 1-800 number, using ANY touch-tone phone. Press 0 to open, * and # to navigate, 7 to delete. We figure out which emails are important,...
Quintura.com is a visual-based search engine for web discovery and browsing of any web content, including tests, images, videos, and products.
Vplan.com/search is a multi-search engine that easily allows for customized searching.
Ever wondered what impact your active presence on the Web has? For example, when you write a blog post or tweet about something, you may be interested in how many tweets your post receives and how many users can potentially reach your post. There are many ways to measure your social impact, however, to cover all social channels and platforms can be difficult to achieve. A Silicon Valley based company BackType builds an analytics platform that helps you understand your social impact at large. BackType's major goal is to give users a very comprehensive view of all social media. Today, it supports over one million sites and networks including Twitter and Facebook. When your app wants to get all the data that comes from Twitter, you can use the Twitter's Streaming API which is the subject to various limits. BackType, however, belongs among those few that have the unlimited access to the full Twitter firehose. It can access more than 50 million tweets a day coursing through Twitter.
Quandl Founder Tammer Kamel wants to create a new Wikipedia for Numeric Data. Quandl has built a sort of "universal data parser" which has thus far parsed about 2.8 million datasets without anything from any data publisher. As long as they spit out data somehow (excel, text file, blog post, xml, api, etc) the "Q-bot" can slurp it up. The result is quandl.com as sort of "search engine" for numerical data. Quandl's bot returns data in a totally standard format. The idea with Quandl is that you can find data fast, and it is ready to use.
Who ever said that institutions were loathe to change? Well call him up and let him know, the Library of Congress, with their Prints and Photographs API has finally taken the REST API plunge. If this government institution can do it, maybe you can convince the head of your IT department that APIs are a good idea too.
||The Recruitee Public API provides a way to show company's jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job's questions and includes; name, email, phone and more. The...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
||The Recruitee Private API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more....||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
Recruitee Careers Site
||The Recruitee Careers Site API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy)
||The ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy) API can help you understand customer behavior by categorizing conversations on social networks, feedback and other web sources. Search engines,...||Classification||04.12.2017|
ParallelDots Keyword Generator
||The ParallelDots Keyword Generator API is a powerful tool with text analysis that can be used to index data, generate tag clouds and accelerate the searching time. It generates an extensive list of...||Artificial Intelligence||04.12.2017|