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TinyURL is case insensitive. (To test: try http://tinyurl.com/28ygwgs , http://tinyurl.com/28ygwGS . http://tinyurl.com/28YGwgs, http://tinyurl.com/28yGWgs et al ) (PS: the short URL is link to this question )


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I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are after but I found ESV's web service to look pretty good: http://www.gnpcb.org/esv/share/services/ Hope that helps


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Go to twitter.com Log in. Click on Settings Click on Connections:


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Update: This solution is no longer available; Punchfork has been acquired by Pinterest and will retire the API. You can use the API offered by Food2Fork. Food2Fork offers a similar api through which all of Allrecipes recipes are available. You can also use Yummly’s API. Yummly has indexed all of AllRecipe's recipes and have made them available ...


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Simply use the IMAP- or POP3-protocol and a client or library to access the emails.


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Access to the Trello API (Beta) is available now at https://trello.com/api Documentation for the Trello API is at https://trello.com/docs


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Someone has started maintaining an "Unofficial" HackerNewsAPI in github: https://github.com/thekarangoel/HackerNewsAPI (I have no first hand experience of using this API) UPDATE Oct 7 2014: Hacker News has an official API : Today we’re excited to launch an official Hacker News API. We’ve partnered up with Firebase (YC S11) so that the data we’re ...


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Passing action=raw is the best way to obtain just the wikitext of a page, although it can be done with the API. See https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Paris&action=raw for example and the MediaWiki docs.


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Logos.com (publisher of Bible software) offers a Reftagger API that provides an instant popup of a verse's text when you have the verse reference listed. It looks to be a nice alternative to just having the text listed straight away.


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The Google Command Line Tool might provide such support in the future. Right now it is limited to Blogger, Calendar, Contacts, Docs, Picasa and Youtube. http://google-opensource.blogspot.com/2010/06/introducing-google-command-line-tool.html http://code.google.com/p/googlecl/


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Looks like http://www.beenverified.com/ offers what you are after - it is pretty cheap and seems aimed at small businesses, and does check criminal records. And theres an iPhone app too: http://mobile.venturebeat.com/2009/12/24/beenverified-iphone-free-background-checks/ And a nice rich API, which even provides access to check the SSN: ...


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Bible.org has a nice API that will allow you to pull text to embed directly on your site. It is using standard web requests, so it shouldn't be anything difficult to implement. I'm not quite sure what version they are using.


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eBible.com exposes an API.


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import gdata.youtube import gdata.alt.appengine import gdata.youtube.service class Index(webapp.RequestHandler): def get(self): client = gdata.youtube.service.YouTubeService() feed = client.GetRecentlyFeaturedVideoFeed() gdata.alt.appengine.run_on_appengine(client) self.response.out.write('<html><body>') ...


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BibleSearch has a pretty solid API with lots of popular versions. It's also free and has loads of ongoing developer support. http://biblesearch.americanbible.org/pages/api


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Dropbox is free and you have access to files in the Public Folder via HTTP. Instructions Here They also have an API in case you want to provide some level of security.


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Not at the moment that I'm aware of. I don't think any url shortener will implement this either, it reduces the number of characters to use in a string by 26. This means a lot of different combinations will be lost requiring them to make the strings longer... That be exactly the opposite goal an url shortener is trying to accomplish. Example, if only using ...


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Don't know if this meets your needs, but many of the BigOven recipes include calorie and nutritional information. They've got a RESTful API.


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The Adwords API lets you access the Adwords Keyword Tool. For domain name availability checks, there is a now closed question on Stack Overflow: Finding if domain name is already registered? Let me know if you still miss something.


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I'd say Google Maps API is probably the best. Have a look at the tutorial here. You could also have a look at ProMiles Online / ProMiles SDK


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A HTTP request consists of a 'method' + URL + [optional body] typical HTTP methods used in RESTful API's are GET, POST, PUT and DELETE. In the case of creation of a card this could be done through: method = POST URL = https://api.trello.com/1/lists/{LIST_ID}/cards?name={CARD_NAME}&desc{CARD_DESC}&key={APP_KEY}&token={APP_TOKEN}" Such a ...


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It is possible by via the Tumblr API, as it does provide the ability to request the Text posts for a blog and return the results as JSON-encoded objects. You can then use code to sort these results alphabetically. Tumblr API Details - www.tumblr.com/docs/en/api/v2 Text Posts Response Field Type Description title String The optional title ...


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That's because v2 API was deprecated at that time. To get the updated feed url use this: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?playlist_id=YOURPLAYLISTIDHERE


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I love Bible Gateway. The URLs are easily replicable, and they have a variety of translations, including the NIV. I don't know if this qualifies as an API, per se, but it's how I do automated searches. Example searches: http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John%204&version=NASB ...


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I'd suggest you get some hosting solution and program it yourself, this way you are in control of when a crash is going to be fixed.


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When you post via the API the postId will be returned. So you just append /post/{postId} to the blog's URL to get the permalink. This URL will not include the slug but the slug is just for easier reading. If you added a custom slug then just append it to to the URL. To get the blog's URL do an API call to api/authenticate and it will return the URL for all ...


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Check out http://foursquare.com/apps/ It has links to the documentation


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From the Official Flickr documentation: Photo Source URLs You can construct the source URL to a photo once you know its ID, server ID, farm ID and secret, as returned by many API methods. The URL takes the following format: http://farm{farm-id}.static.flickr.com/{server-id}/{id}_{secret}.jpg or ...


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I think they have but its only limited. Like the API's of http://www.gourmandia.com and http://www.gourmetrecipe.com, the details are lacking.


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In terms of a "web app that comes closest to the sketch and or description", my first thought was Google Squared - but alas, it no longer exists (I thought it was an amazing innovation). But here's something to try: http://www.wolframalpha.com. Enter a search term such as mammals or presidents.



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