Washingtonpost.com has just launched their Beijing Olympics 2008 section. It’s got all their news and photos from Beijing, and it runs the Daylife API under the hood. There’s enough there to kill at least your lunch hour every day until the games are over.
The Guardian has added Olympics 2008 to their Sport section. Each event has a page of its own, with a calendar, results, editor’s picks, and an entire web’s worth of Olympics news coverage courtesy of Daylife.
Kellogg’s is using our API to focus on the 10 young Brits that make up Team Kellogg’s. It’s news coverage as storytelling – get all the latest on these competitors as they make their way through their first Olympics. (Daylife CEO Upendra Shardanand also has a short post up about Kellogg’s.)
These partners (and many others) have put Daylife’s engineering and editorial horsepower to work for their readers. But you don’t have to be big time to get coverage of the Olympics (or any other topic) on your site. In fact, all you have to do is click this link right here.
But enough jibber-jabber. Let’s see some people trying to eat precious metals: