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South Korea, the home of leading tech companies such as Samsung and LG, announced a plan for its schools to go paperless by 2015. The government plans on spending $2 billion to develop digital text...
by Gabriel Kim / July 19, 2011
Mashery customer Springer, a leading global publisher of scientific books and journals, recently announced the winners of its first Springer API Challenge -- a competition for original, non-...
by Tiffany Ho / July 14, 2011
Great piece by Chrys Wu on Poynter.org, the site for journalists, about how reporters and news organizations can use APIs: Beginner’s guide for journalists who want to understand API documentation...
by Andy Raskin / July 14, 2011
Sharing developer metrics is a great way to represent success and activity around your API. Many popular API platforms measure and announce their developer metrics regularly. Twitter announced...
by Delyn Simons / July 12, 2011
APIs are all about distribution. But what if your distribution partners don't have the time or expertise to deal with JSON or XML? Lately, we're seeing a growing number of Mashery customers solve...
by Andy Raskin / July 11, 2011
This past weekend Mashery customer Alibris announced its  First Annual API Programming Contest winners.   Alibris, a retail division of Monsoon Commerce, is an online store that sells a variety of...
by Tiffany Ho / July 08, 2011
Few months ago, I was sitting at the Entrepreneurship class in business school and one student came up with this idea of creating a smartphone app that will help patients in remote area to send their...
by Gabriel Kim / July 05, 2011
We've been hearing from developers for a while now that they are looking for a single-sign on experience at developer.mashery.com where they can login once with their Mashery ID, then access all of...
by Delyn Simons / June 30, 2011
Baseball, Hot dogs and APIs… In honor of the Fourth of July and some of the ways Americans celebrate, we thought we’d put together a little list of some APIs that celebrate the red, white and blue...
by Samantha Brown / June 30, 2011
NYTimes recently wrote an article about information bottleneck with regards to FOIA request response. While I agree with many of their argument of agencies not being efficient or consistent across...
by Gabriel Kim / June 27, 2011

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