Recent developments from around the social web

Friday, July 10, 2009 | 12:20 PM

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From time to time, we'd like to highlight some news from around the social web. In case you missed it, here are two stories that have crossed our radar:

  • Netlog and Google Friend Connect - Netlog used the open standards of OpenID and OAuth to integrate with Friend Connect, allowing their users to sign into Friend Connect with their Netlog credentials, use their Netlog profiles, and more.
  • OpenSocial apps on orkut - OpenSocial apps on orkut now have popularity and usage statistics on the "application info" page and can be found by category.


Dario de Judicibus said...

The BIG problem with Google Friends Connect is that it is necessary to upload two files on the blog site, but if a blog is hosted by someone different from Blogger and it si not on an owned web space, as in the case of Splinder, for instance, this is impossible. It would be useful to specify a different location for those files. Any hope Google will allow that?