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EVDB, the Events and Venues Database, has a very complete API. Each event and each category of events also has its very own RSS feed. There's no integration with Amazon yet, but we'll have to see what we can do about that...
August 11, 2005 in Web Services News | Permalink
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Hey, don't forget about Upcoming.org! It's been around for about a year now, and has far more activity than EVDB; especially among the younger crowd. It also has a really great API: http://community.upcoming.org/
August 12, 2005 at 03:40 PM
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