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Data may be the gold of the 21st century, but making it useful is often a big challenge. This is especially true when it comes to social data, which has proved very desirable but hard to filter. At its f8 Conference this month, social networking giant Facebook unveiled several new APIs that will make it easier for companies to spot trends on the social network and gain insight into the people behind them.
Music is an integral part of daily life for countless millions of people around the world, and in many cases, the artists who create it touch our lives in ways that go beyond sound. In fact, musicians are some of the most visible and talked about individuals on the internet. To help artists control how they're represented to their fans online, and to help them monetize their online content, San Francisco-based OpenAura has created a digital identity platform for artists and the record labels and content partners they work with. Through this platform, third parties can license premium content, including pictures, artwork, reviews and social feeds, enabling them to build deeper, more dynamic experiences for fans.
Vimeo has announced the launch of a brand-new singular, unified Vimeo API with OAuth 2 support for authenticated API calls on videos, users, groups, channels, albums, and upload. The new singular Vimeo API, which is in open beta, replaces both of Vimeo's Advanced and Simple APIs.