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Matthew Neale
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We have added another two new API methods for July allowing retrieval of user statistics and updates to Sightings. You can read more at http://resighting.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/july-additions-to-the-api and browse the full API documentation at http://resighting.wikia.com/wiki/API.

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+Andrei Chitic Did you watch http://pandodaily.com/events/elon-musk ? Worth watching if not.

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New Resighting API features.

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My own work so exciting for me too :-)
We are very excited to announce today the full availability of the Resighting API. The API allows you to add the powerful geo-indexing and searching capabilities of resighting.com to your application or website. Find Sightings nearby to your users, create Sightings from your application or website or use resighting.com as the back-end datastore for your location-based data.
You can read our blog post on the launch here: http://resighting.wordpress.com/2012/05/29/api/ or just dive right in at http://www.resighting.com/developers.

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We have made some very small changes to our Terms of Service and our Privacy Policy here at Resighting. We've written about the changes on our blog http://resighting.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/updates-to-terms-of-service-and-privacy-policy.

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We have released the documentation for our API. Read more about it at http://resighting.wordpress.com/2012/05/13/api-and-iphone-app/ and get developing!

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Beautiful picture.
A stunning photo of sunlight reflected on the Earth posted on Flickr by ESA astronaut André Kuipers on Mother's Day yesterday with the message: "Looking at mother Earth today, I think of all mothers."

More photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/astro_andre/

Credit: ESA/NASA
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The craziest optical illusion, especially if you are a photographer.

So, they are saying that color on "A" square is the same as on "B" . I did not believe till I've took samples from both squares and put them together.
Try it :-)

P.S This one of the reason I love to use gradients in my photography: they could do wonders to a viewer.
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This is a great idea.
Please support this amazing initiative to get kids coding! http://CodeClub.org.uk/ via +Seb Lee-Delisle
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