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noticings: the blog - Flickr machine tags + more fine features
"We’ve been working with the fine folks at Flickr (thanks Aaron!) to add Noticings to their third party machine tag services. What on earth does that mean? Basically, a badge on the sidebar of your Flickr photos linking to Noticings..." Ding! Rather excited about this. Lots more to come (especially from my half of the deal) on Noticings soon, but this bit is super-exciting.
noticings  games  flickr  integration  webservices 
october 2009 by infovore
Justice Will Take Us Millions Of Intricate Moves
Leonard Richardson's talk from QCon, about REST, his work on Canonical's Launchpad and its web service, and some useful history for anyone wanting to contextualise web services as part of the web.
programming  history  development  web  api  webservices  rest  leonardr 
january 2009 by infovore
Announcing the New York Times Campaign Finance API - Open - Code - New York Times Blog
"The upcoming presidential election has seen record fund-raising by the candidates and a host of new donors. Now we want our users to be able to analyze and reuse some of the data we’ve been looking at while reporting on the campaign."
api  election  campaign  politics  america  newyorktimes  nyt  webservices 
october 2008 by infovore
It's an HTTParty and Everyone Is Invited! // by John Nunemaker
"The other day I thought, wouldn’t it be nice if that pattern were wrapped up as a present for me (and others) to use? The answer is yes and it is named HTTParty." This is total awesome. Now I want to do more webservices hacks.
webservices  rest  socialweb  xml  json  ruby  gem  software  architecture 
august 2008 by infovore
Burningbird » Web 2.0 Beats up Web 1.0, Leaves Bloody Pulp
"In case you missed it, let me repeat this: we will be charging the owner of the bucket for 403s and 404s, since they consume system resources." S3 jumps the shark, mayhap?
s3  amazon  webservices  storage 
may 2007 by infovore
Pete Lacey’s Weblog :: The S stands for Simple
"I trust that the guys who wrote this have been shot. It’s not even internally consistent. And what’s with all this HTTP GET bindings. I thought GET was undefined."
rest  webservices  api  architecture  software 
november 2006 by infovore
REST Web Services
A new book for O'Reilly by Leonard Richardson and Sam Ruby, which looks fantastic - both in tone and in content. Almost certain to be essential reading when it's published.
rest  webservices  roa  oreilly  book  soap 
november 2006 by infovore
GigaOM : » StartUps Embracing Amazon S3
S3’s early success makes you think that if the on-demand infrastructure can be delivered at an affordable price, the cost of setting up an online business is going to decline even further, perhaps prompting a whole cycle of new entrepreneurial activity.
amazon  s3  webservices  storage  startup 
july 2006 by infovore
Ruby Programming Language Enables Concise Network Programming
Interesting, simple explanation of TCP/IP and API design in Ruby
http  programming  tutorial  webservices  tcpip 
january 2006 by infovore How to Create a REST Protocol
Really good, simply explanation, of how to write REST protocols
REST  protocol  XML  HTTP  webservices  webdev 
march 2005 by infovore

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