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Episode 0.1.5 – Leah Culver on OAuth, Hurl.it, Baconfile, and more

Adam and Wynn caught up with Leah Culver and talked about startups, APIs, and her open source work on OAuth, oEmbed, Hurl.it, Baconfile, and more.

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  • OAuth An open protocol to allow secure API authorization in a simple and standard method from desktop and web applications.
  • oEmbed oEmbed is a format for allowing an embedded representation of a URL on third party sites.
  • 90210 One of Adam’s favorite TV shows from the 90s
  • Beverly Hillbillies For the previous generation
  • Boxee Open Source media on your TV or PC/Mac
  • Hurl.it Test APIs from your browser
  • Charles Proxy Monitor or proxy HTTP and SSL / HTTPS traffic between your machine and the Internet.
  • Gowalla’s API explorer Neat way to test your Gowalla API calls
  • Baconfile Share files simply on your own S3 account
  • Chunky Baconfile Wynn’s wrapper for Baconfile, a naming tribute to _why
  • Motion Community microblogging on the TypePad API written in Django.
  • TypeKit Legally embed fonts from the largest foundries
  • Node.js The streak continues!
  • How to Node Learn Node.js open blog from Tim Caswell and Micheil Smith. And it’s pronounced Michael, sorry, mate.

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