Steve Rubel just sent me a note to point at this post on the WeatherBug blog:
The main reason the Yahoo API story grabbed my attention is because I have always thought about creating a developers API for WeatherBug. There are so many applications that can be developed with WeatherBug data, but there is no way that we have enough time and resources to develop them all on our own. So, why not give developers out there a chance to develop their own applications using our data?
Cool. It's always refreshing to see someone else look at a project you helped with and realize that there are good reasons for them to go the same route.
Maybe it's time to nudge the Yahoo! Weather folks a bit too? :-)
Posted by jzawodn at March 08, 2005 03:22 AM
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