Library Mashups has been a huge success and has touched so many of you, and now it’s time to start thinking about the second edition! In 2014 Information Today Inc. will be publishing the second edition of Library Mashups entitled More Library Mashups. This edition will have new stories from some of the authors you have come to know from the first edition as well as some new examples. Continue Reading →
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Combining my love of Genealogy with my interest in Mashups, this announcement is kind of cool.
The US Census Bureau has released its first-ever API to the public. The new US Census Bureau API allows “developers to design Web and mobile apps to explore or learn more about America’s changing population and economy”
Found via ProgrammableWeb.
Let me know if your library plans on using this new API to create something amazing for libraries!
This work by Nicole C. Engard is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
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