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  • New Zealand Legislation

    Offsite — Text of New Zealand Acts, Bills and Regulations. Their RSS feed can be put to good use. submitted by: Rob McKinnon
  • Notices from the London Gazette

    Offsite — All notices published in the London Gazette, the UK government’s official journal and newspaper of record, in XML from February 2007 to May 2008.

    Offsite — Query an archive of National Public Radio content dating back to 1995. Returns results in RSS, MediaRSS, JSON, Atom and custom NPRML formats. See the announcement on for more information.
  • OECD.Stat

    Offsite — Search for and extract data from across the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s databases.
  • Official Major League & Minor League Baseball Data

    Offsite — Official source of current major league and minor league baseball statistics, in XML form.
  • Open Economics Data Store

    Offsite — Collection of datasets on current and historical topics in economics. CSV format.
  • Open Library API

    Offsite — Query the Open Library database, the goal of which is to provide one web page for every book ever published.
  • Open Secrets

    Offsite — Data on money in U.S. politics, collected and published by the Center for Responsive Politics. See also: Special Interest Categories and Bill Research
  • OpenCongress API

    Offsite — Programmatic access to all the data on OpenCongress, from official bill information to user-generated votes on bills. API key required.
  • OpenCyc API

    Offsite — Programmatic access to the open source version of the Cyc Knowledge Base, the world’s largest and most complete general knowledge base and commonsense reasoning engine. The Cyc Knowledge Base is a formalized representation of a vast quantity of fundamental human knowledge: facts, rules of thumb, and heuristics for reasoning about the objects and events of everyday ...
  • Oscar-nominated Movie Piracy Data

    Offsite — Piracy data on all 186 Oscar-nominated films from 2003 to 2008. Compiled and published by Andy Baio.
  • API

    Offsite — The API provides news articles, blog posts, tweets and more within 1,000 feet of any latitude and longitude in the United States in XML or JSON format. Licensed under a simple Terms of Service.
  • Parliament Parser

    Offsite — Structured data about Members of British Parliament.
  • Party Time Data Pack

    Offsite — Download a CSV of the data powering Party Time, the Sunlight Foundation’s political partying database which tracks parties for members of Congress and congressional candidates.
  • Project Vote Smart API

    Offsite — Query Project Vote Smart’s database of U.S. political candidates’ voting records, campaign contributions, public statements, biographies and special-interest group ratings.
  • QuotationsBook Database

    Offsite — 40,000+ quotations downloadable in XML format and available under a Creative Commons license.
  • Refugee Flow Patterns in Kosovo, March-May 1999

    Offsite — A collection of datasets on the flow of refugees from Kosovo during the 1999 war between NATO and Yugoslavia.
  • San Francisco Building Permit Activity

    Offsite — Building permits issued or applied for as reported by the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection (DBI), published in Microsoft Excel format.
  • Sean Lahman's Baseball Archive

    Offsite — Historical major league baseball data, downloadable as a CSV.
  • SEC Corporate Ownership Linked Data, 2003-2006

    Offsite — This is a semantic web, RDF, linked-data, and SPARQL interface to U.S. corporate ownership information derived from filings to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in its EDGAR database. There are three parts to this database: Part I: Individual Ownership via SEC forms 3, 4, 5, Part II: Subsidiary Information via 10-K Filings via CorpWatch, and Part III: Links to ...