Archive for May, 2010

Behind the scenes we’re working hard at a completely new version of Mobypicture. Not only the site gets a revamp, we also renew our API’s and developer center. New API Our current API is online since the beginning of Mobypicture and is missing some new features. API 2.0 makes a fresh start. Not only will […]

June 30th is closing in fast, the date that Twitter will cut of it’s basic authentication and completes it’s move to OAuth. It will no longer be possible to login with a Twitter username/password into the API. OAuth will be the only way to authenticate your users. For non-web applications Twitter has released XAuth, a […]


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  • Kinder Widget October 15, 2018
    Last week we launched the Kinder widget and now we're looking for partners. At Kinder we empower people to instantly and effectively act on the global challenges of our time by facilitating donations to charitable organisations. The more effective the organisation performs, the more it will be promoted on our donation platforms. In collaboration with […]
  • Embracing your inner child September 28, 2018
    Jason gathered some other birds of paradise who live in Amsterdam or were visiting at the moment from the US.Amongst them, free spirit film maker Seth Bunting, an immersive experience/design artist, his newly found girlfriend Dutch dance instructor and flow consultant Nathalie, Gerard Adams, founder of Elite Daily and 'The Millenium Mentor' and his friend Mia. Jason is a […]
  • We're not competing in the World Cup.... June 27, 2018
    On Tuesday’s "America's Got Talent"-show, Glennis Grace went on stage to perform a cover of the late legend, Whitney Houston's “Run to You”.