Roy, Bruce and Don have promised to blog their thoughts and post photos from the OCLC API Mashathon that happened today at VALA 2010, but the jet lag was likely catching up with them after a full day of mashing. In the meantime, you can read the tweetstream from the event (and for the rest of the conference) from the Libraries Interact blog. Excited to see what new ideas Australian and NZ librarians and library developers come up with as a result of this session. If you're attending VALA 2010 and didn't get a chance to attend the Mashathon, stop by the OCLC stand to get your complimentary WorldCat Search API temporary access key. There are 200 available, first come first served! Plus Don, Bruce and Roy will also do short demos at the stand during the conference itself. So even if you couldn't mash today, you can still see what all the excitement is about!
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