Over at Slate, Alyssa Black writes about how Yelp’s decision to incorporate health inspection grades is not only a win for people who don’t like gross food, but a win for the open data movement: “The real news is the new open data standard, Local Inspector Value-entry Specification (LIVES), that makes this integration possible. The service transforms open government data into meaningful pieces of information that can be delivered to the website or app where health inspection reports are most likely to be useful. By simply presenting sanitation scores to their users, Yelp widens the reach of government data for the public.” [Source: Slate]