ChowNow originally changed ordering takeout by allowing customers to place an order directly from a restaurant's Facebook page. Recently, ChowNow has launched the ChowNow API which takes ordering to another level. The API allows developers to deliver the same functionality of the Facebook application with any application a developer desires. For instance, customers can now browse a restaurant's menu from the particular restaurant's webpage, place an order, the payment method is processed, and the restaurant's bank account is credited without leaving the restaurant's webpage.
Hot on the heels of its Campaign Finance API, the New York Times has officially announced the Movie Reviews API, which gives third-party developers access to "over 22,000 New York Times movie reviews going all the way back to 1924" (and we've updated our Movie Review API profile with the updated details).
Facebook is a great tool for being able to go back and reminisce of good times with your friends and everything else that's happened in your life. Pretty cool stuff, that Facebook. YearlyLeaf not only agrees, but figured that the moments of your life are important enough to get in print using the Facebook API.