Santa Monica-based said this morning that it has released a question and answer API that allows users to access the firm's full database of user-generated question and answers. The API allows any site to integrate Answerbag's Q&A services into their web site. The new programming interface follows an existing widget program that allows web site owners to add Answerbag Q&A content to their web sites. The new API will be available either based on revenue share from advertising or through a licensing fee for the technology.