Clubs and committees can often achieve a lot, but at times, the lack of transparency regarding transactions and administrative loose ends can end up costing more,and ultimately slow down any kind of momentum. That's where a tool like TidyClub comes in. It's a simple club administration platform that provides clubs, committees and organisations with features like project managing tools, administration tools and easy payment methods and tracking to effectively manage things. TidyClub also provides the TidyClub API that makes it possible for developers to integrate this functionality with other applications or create new ones.
For the past few months, the API of microblog site Twitter has been used as the basis for many popular and creative mashups. Now Facebook, with the launch of its highly anticipated Open Stream API, is attempting to gain some attention as a platform for social networking applications.
About.me is a popular service that allows anyone to create a single page profile of yourself that can connect to your profiles on Facebook, Twitter and other popular services. The concept is simple but limiting to the services that it currently connects to. This is no longer the case with the release of the About.me API that now allows developers to write new applications that can integrate into the About.me profile page.