Hallelujah! I've been waiting for Flickr to add this method. Now the API is truly complete.
Archive: September, 2006
You can now get responses from the Flickr API formatted as JSON.
That partnership between Google and Nasa is beginning to bear some fruit.
I'm going to Vancouver in February. w00t! This conference looks like it's going to kick arse.
A PDF of Dan's slides from RailsConf. Looks like it was an excellent presentation.
YUI’s Matt Sweeney and Hands-on YUI Workshops at Yahoo! Developer Day/Hack Day September 29-30 in Sunnyvale » Yahoo! User Interface Blog
Yahoo is opening up Hack Day to the masses. If you're anywhere near Sunnyvale on September 29th, this should be fun.
Brian's PDF book on microformats is now available from O'Reilly for $9.99. Congratulations, Mr. Suda!
Make business cards with your Flickr pics. Got a pro account? You can order a test batch of ten for free. The process of creating the cards is fun and easy. I can't wait to see the results.
Glenn has some interesting statistics from the d.Construct backnetwork.
Ben was wearing a "Well Fed" t-shirt at d.Construct and it looked great. I think I'll have to get myself one.
A Sydney-based food blog that includes an event calendar (sadly not hCalendar). I'm going to trawl through the archives.
Jonathon has found some circumstantial evidence of an API for searching the iTunes music store. That could be really interesting. It might be fun to mash it up with Amazon's API.
Jon has come up with a lightweight user stylesheet for highlighting microformats. It works a treat for my site.
Happy Cog redesigns Dictionary.com and its siblings.
This one's for Simon.
Another trains/maps mashup... real time positioning of the Dart in Dublin.
Spore fascinates me. It looks like the kind of thing that could change gaming forever.
I think it could be fun to mash up events (via location) with weather. This API would let me do that. How useful would it be to know what the weather would be like before coming to dConstruct, for instance?
A great article by John Allsopp that serves as an excellent introduction to microformats.