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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
Simply use the IMAP- or POP3-protocol and a client or library to access the emails.
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.
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/
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: ...
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.
eBible.com exposes an API.
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
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 ...
I've built quite some integrations with sites like Ciao, but I have yet to come across a site that offers the reverse. Don't think any will, as most of them rely on advertising to get paid.
Yes it is possible to integrate with Facebook's API - agreed with @rchern though the details of which are best discussed on StackOverflow. The relevant API page is http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Events.create
I can say that sites such as MyLife, and Intellius are all frauds. I've tried them all. They pretty much charge you to see information commonly presented in the yellowpages. I'm surprised some lawyer hasn't class actioned these sites. If you don't believe me, find a friend with a DUI or similar on their record and see what comes up. The problem is that ...
If you like Vim there is a gem called Vmail. The cool thing about Vmail is that its keybindings are similar to Gmail's keyboard shortcuts. So for instance, to archive a message in Gmail you type e. In Vmail you type ,e.
You've got two questions here. Are there libraries? Yup - but you'll want to mention a programming language of choice. All of them have some library associated for interacting with the google suite. Are there command line tools? Yup. You can use good old Mutt or Pine. I've also heard good things about Sup and it seems to be oriented towards gmail ...
You can do this using Postfix and Fetchmail. See here: http://souptonuts.sourceforge.net/postfix_tutorial.html
Maybe Greasemonkey helps? http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/6155 Try also iMacros for automating routine task on Craigslist (and any other web app)
Since you just want a better skin for craigslist, try looking at external stylesheets. If there's some extra functionality you need, you could also look at external scripts.
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