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InternetNews.com's Kenneth Corbin recently wrote about the National Association of State CIOs conference, where White House science and technology adviser Beth Noveck spoke to attendees about opening up government processes to collaboration in an open source model. According to Corbin, Noveck hinted about an API-driven model that could produce citizen-created mashups and applications.
The Open Library is a project of the non-profit Internet Archive, whose long-term goal is to present "one web page for every book ever published." A recent release of the Open Library brought the total number of book records to over 13.4 million (including over 234,000 records with full-text for the book).
As many jumped into making recommendations on how the U.S. government's Recovery data should be packaged and disseminated, it's worth looking into some important previous work in this area, work with which many who are new to open government might be unfamiliar.
||This API provides access to the EBU.io (European Broadcasting Union) database of audio and video test data and tools. It is provided by the EBU Tech initiative through their Digital Collaboration Hub...||Audio||01.10.2018|
||P2000 is the national communication service of the Dutch emergency services like firefighters, police and ambulances. Most traffic on this system is unencrypted and can be easily captured. This API...||Emergency||12.31.2017|
HasenKorn Public Holidays
||The HasenKorn Public Holidays API provides up-to-date information on public holidays in many European countries, including the UK, Germany, Italy, Poland, France, Spain, and others. In the future,...||Holidays||12.05.2017|
Library of Congress MARC Open Access
||The Library of Congress MARC Open Access API allows developers to access and integrate the bibliographic data of the Library of Congress with other applications and to create new applications. The...||Library||11.28.2017|
||Figure provides access to portraits taken in Figure photobooths. The API uses cursors for slicing and paginating lists of portraits in descending chronological order. Pictures are available in the...||Photos||11.13.2017|