Blogs tagged with API Economy

 
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It will be a little over a month before we head down to Austin and start setting up Circus Mashimus at SXSW.  We have several activities -- some new, some tried-and-true -- to delight and entertain...
by Mashery / February 15, 2012
Radian6 unveiled an interesting infographic today on the Valentine's Day conversations on social media. 
by Mashery / February 14, 2012
Within the past three years, the grown of APIs has more than tripled -- with Mashery growing along with it.  "We have seen this before," said John Musser from Programmable Web. "In 1995, we asked '...
by Mashery / February 13, 2012
Now that the dust has settled, and I have sifted through my bag of schwag, from CES 2012. It’s time to retrospect on what I got from days of gadgetry in Las Vegas. As many have mentioned already,...
by Mashery / January 26, 2012
Transformed over the last decade by the Internet and mobile devices, the newspaper industry is now being reshaped by another force: APIs. Recently, Programmable Web posted about the growing number...
by Mashery / January 11, 2012
Where are you? Oh, and where are your friends, and where is that bar they’re meeting up at tonight? In recent years, more and more apps are answering these questions, which means more and more...
by Mashery / January 10, 2012
In today's news of Klout's $30-million, Kleiner-led funding round, we saw an incredibly interesting development: the use of API call volume as a proxy for company value. In particular, Klout CEO Joe...
by Andy Raskin / January 04, 2012
While many are traveling for the holidays, it seems that the Travel industry is doing double-duty as a top example on how to do API programs well.  According to news site Tnooz, this vertical in...
by Mashery / December 23, 2011
I’ve heard that developers build software for either money or fame. But sometimes, there’s a nobler cause. Earlier this year, the US Department of Health and Human Services and Vice President Biden...
by Neil Mansilla / December 09, 2011
Steve Yegge's now famous rant about Google+ is actually an incredibly educational piece about the competitive advantages of API-enabled platforms. Yegge's thesis? That platforms are the new drivers...
by Andy Raskin / October 13, 2011

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