ZDNet reports on Google’s social networking APIs
» Google’s OpenSocial: What it means | Between the Lines | ZDNet.com
Google’s open social networking platform play is the buzz of the blogosphere tonight. see Techmeme. Indeed, it is called OpenSocial in that the set of APIs allows developers to create applications that work on any social network that joins Google’s open party. So far, besides Google’s Orkut social net, LinkedIn, hi5, XING, Friendster, Plaxo and Ning see Marc Andreessen’s post have joined the party.
Thanks to Google I already have (almost) unlimited email storage, and my calendar and contacts are linked together pretty tightly, and my Google groups enable me to effectively manage group communications. I look forward to see how these social networking APIs are used by creative developers to bring tighter integration among the people and resources in my life.
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