Hi! We've renamed ScraperWiki.
The product is now QuickCode and the company is The Sensible Code Company.

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A visit from a minister

You may have heard from twitter that last Wednesday, Nick Hurd, the Cabinet Minister for Civil Society, paid a visit to ScraperWiki HQ. Nick has been looking into government data and transparency as part of his remit, and asked if he could come and have a chat with us in Liverpool. Joined by Sophie and […]

World News Media Hackday

(#DME13hack) On Saturday, 13 April: Global news media execs are gathering in London to discuss the continuing emergence of digital media at WAN-IFRA’s Digital Media Europe 2013 (#DME13) and we’d like to invite you to influence the agenda with a hack day on Saturday 13th April. WAN-IFRA covered the first Knight-Ridder tablet back in 1994. 20 years later, publishers […]

Glue Logic and Flowable Data

Guest post by Tony Hirst As well as being a great tool for scraping and aggregating content from third party sites, Scraperwiki can be used as a transformational “glue logic” tool:  joining together applications that utilise otherwise incompatible data formats. Typically, we might think of using a scraper to pull data into one or more […]

How do? I’m Zach.

So, a few years ago, I tended to spend my working time explaining emerging tech ideas (generally around Linked Data, Open Data, and APIs) for a UK-based Semantic Web company called Talis. I helped people tell stories, edited an industry magazine, blogged, podcasted and hosted events. Over time, I found the role evolving naturally into […]

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