Posted by Jason Baker on May 13, 2008
Ars Technica writes about Google’s upcoming FriendConnect technology. From what I can see, it looks pretty awesome. It is essentially an extension of Google’s OpenSocial that allows site owners to embed authentication and various other social apps in their webpage. They give Ingrid Michaelson’s website as an example of what FriendConnect can do. Whatever the case, it looks pretty interesting. And more importantly, it looks like something I would want to put into Kamaelia Publish. I just signed up for a preview release of it. We’ll see if I get in.
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