horaciogaray:

From the Guardian US, a simple site that tells you if a record was broken today, and if so, what records. It was pieced together with Google Docs and github, and uses the New York Times Olympics API. 

FJP: They also have an interesting experiment called the Guardian Olympics Second Screen that let’s you follow coverage via a timeline interface.

horaciogaray:

From the Guardian US, a simple site that tells you if a record was broken today, and if so, what records. It was pieced together with Google Docs and github, and uses the New York Times Olympics API. 

FJP: They also have an interesting experiment called the Guardian Olympics Second Screen that let’s you follow coverage via a timeline interface.

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    Simple & beautiful. The NYTimes Olympics API is a great step forward
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