13 Apr 2002 ianmacd   » (Master)

This week, I released my first piece of Ruby code to the outside world. Ruby/Google is a Ruby interface to the Google Web API that was released earlier this week.

If you haven't already looked at the Google Web API, you should. It's a great way to programmatically query Google for standard search results, cached pages and spelling corrections. You're limited to 1,000 queries per day, but you can still do a lot with that. It seems to have created quite a bit of buzz on the Web.

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