This Android SDK works with Cloudinary and requires Android 2.3 or higher. It provides URL and HTTP based APIs that can be easily integrated with any Web development framework. This allows you to integrate Facebook or Twitter profile image extraction, in any dimension and style to match your website’s graphics requirements. Cloudinary allows any web application to manage all images in the cloud: upload, resize, crop, detect faces and more.
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).
Step back almost 20 years. I was then CEO of a tiny publishing house at a group breakfast during what was then called the American Booksellers Association convention. The guest speaker was a guy with a clearly nutty idea: Jeff Bezos was selling books over the Internet. Every publisher in the room had the same question: who in their right mind would ever buy a book that you couldn't hold in your hands before paying for it?
The TimesOpen developer network last week gathered thinkers, tinkerers, and innovators involved in the emerging data deluge. This was their final conference prior to the first TimesOpen Hack Day this Saturday in Manhattan.