MySpace Joins Google on OpenSocial

John Musser, November 2nd, 2007

Yesterday was another very busy news day on the subject of social network platforms. The big news was that MySpace and Bebo joined the swelling ranks of social networks supporting the Google-lead OpenSocial API initiative. This means that OpenSocial will provide access to over 200 million user accounts. Lots of coverage and discussion around this. Here’s a roundup of some worthwhile coverage of the news:

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November 2nd, 2007
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Comment by: rascunho » Blog Archive » links for 2007-11-02

[...] MySpace Joins Google on OpenSocial Yesterday was another very busy news day on the subject of social network platforms. (tags: blog.programmableweb.com 2007 mes10 dia2 OpenSocial google orkut MySpace blog_post lista_de_links) [...]

April 8th, 2008
at 1:35 am
Comment by: Google App Engine: Your Apps in the Cloud

[...] finally, a note on today’s launch itself: just as they’d done with their OpenSocial announcement last fall, Google launched App Engine at a Campfire on Google’s Mountain View campus. For details on [...]

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