If you look at some janky JS code I had on my website at the time, you can see what you can do with it.
That would basically source
as a static asset in my page, which would load the JS and call load_daily_show(<json>) as a result.
Now, EVERYONE who hits my page is invoking the pipe as a backend API call, with no caching and unfortunately with the entire Y/T cookies intact.
 - https://web.archive.org/web/20081007043923/http://t3.dotgnu....
Craigslist banned Pipes and un-banned it after YDN employee Jeremy Zawodny went to work there: