Gnip, never ceasing to expand access to social media data, has launched its YouTube Comments API. With the new API, Gnip hopes to offer more value to social media managers with regards to insight-rich comments that often prove difficult to harness as comments continue far after a YouTube post. Gnip includes the API as part of its famed Enterprise Data Collector.
YouTube have announced that that they are making a notable change to their YouTube API. The API, which returns results in both XML and JSON, is getting an upgrade on the JSON side, and the change is different enough that they are giving the format a new name JSON-C.
It's not often, or ever, that a video about web mashups hits number one and gets over a million views on YouTube. But that's exactly what happened with the fun video "Just @#$% It!! What are they saying?", produced by the team at Serena as a means to promote their enterprise mashup tool suite.