In today’s political climate, there’s a good chance you’re looking for less government-themed news, not more. However, if you’re looking for information straight from the source IFTTT (If this, then that) has made it super easy to stay up to date with its new Data Access Project.
If you’re not familiar with IFTTT, the service allows you to create recipes that make it so if one things happens, another will as well. For instance, you can set up a recipe where if you tweet, then the post is also shared on Facebook. The service works with most social media services, email, and a number of smart home devices.
At its core, the Data Access Project works just like any other IFTTT recipe, except instead of creating a recipe to turn your porch light on, recipes start with data from places like…
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