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Open Social Objects? November 2, 2007

Posted by Andy Roberts in : theory, social objects , trackback

OpenSocial is a set of three common APIs, defined by Google with input from partners, that allow developers to access core functions and information at social networks:

The details aren’t yet out so it’s possible that the Activities API allows for discussion around social objects but there’s also a chance that the common mistake of designing only for links between people and people has been built in to the framework.

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Comment by Frankie Roberto Subscribed to comments via email
2007-11-02 13:54:38

Relationship to OAuth?

 
 
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