DEADWOOD 2014-07-07 Web 2.0 projects, applications, technologies, patterns and scenarios. Experiences and comments from a team that actually delivers Web 2.0 solutions to the customers
With Google's OpenSocial initiative launched the Web 2.0 community has stirred. OpenSocial offers a common open "interoperability platform", if you will, for social network applications and sites. Backed by Google also means a strong chance of it getting widely adopted. The whole thing reminds me of WS-I effort, though, as some of the key players (Facebook) are not included into the initiative. Once more introduction of a common open standard is used to gain a competitive edge. There is an article from Dan Farber & Larry Dignan blog I found interesting regarding the way money play around the OpenSocial initiative. Take a look.
Vladimir Stemkovski - IBM jStart, Emerging Internet Technologies[Read More]
On 6 November Facebook announced new tools for advertisers on their site to reach a wider audience using your friends network. We're putting a lot of information in social networking sites and Facebook is looking for better ways to make use of it. Better for you? Better for Facebook? Better for marketers?
See also this article from PCWeek.
Iwan Winoto - IBM jStart, Emerging Internet Technologies[Read More]