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MySpace API
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MySpace API

2 small posts today, and maybe something bigger tomorrow.

I was having a think about big content sources, and the biggest one at the moment is MySpace - and now there is an (unofficial) API to help you get through the data.

Tom Morris has put together a MySpace API which fetches a person’s profile and comments.

Try:
http://xml.opiumfield.com/myspace/tom/xml

Just insert the name of the person of the FriendID in place of ‘tom’ for the profile that you want.

Right, now to use or abuse, use or abuse…


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4 comments

  1. Michael Haschek May 4

    Tom, I find this very interesting.
    Can we talk about this API in more detail?

    Thanks

    Michael

  2. Gath May 4

    Hi Michael,

    I have written my own Myspace API which I am happy to discuss:
    http://gathadams.com/2007/04/28/myspace-api-automate-your-blog-posts/

    If you want to talk to Tom about his API, then you will have to go to his site (given above).

    Cheers,
    Gath

  3. Michael Haschek May 5

    Hi Gath,

    my main-interest is to get the names of my contacts, this would be ok for my tool. Most of my contacts are spread over several networks, so I can mix them up and have also the complete contact-information.
    Tom’s tool broke, maybe I have entered to much to my profile….

    Best

    Michael

  4. Gath May 5

    I was wondering if perhaps Tom’s API had been taken down - but I just checked and it was still working.

    Maybe it is your profile :)