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Is Microsoft getting its Social Media act together?

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Okay, I’ll wait until you all stop laughing. Finished yet? Good. Now that you have picked yourself up off the floor let’s take a look at some stuff that’e been announced in the last little while that could prove that Microsoft may finally be coming to the Social Media...
Is Microsoft getting its Social Media act together?

Microsoft demos Messenger Connect, a social API to challenge Facebook

thenextweb.com
Yesterday in Brazil Steve Ballmer announced the next generation of Windows Live Messenger. Today at The Next Web Conference Microsoft announced an API to accompany it – Messenger Connect.The standards-based social API looks like a challenge to Facebook’s recently announced Open Graph. Messenger Connect will pull together all of a...
Microsoft demos Messenger Connect, a social API to challenge Facebook

HTML5 + Quake II

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In case you missed it on the Google Web Toolkit Blog, check out this HTML5 port of Quake II. (Yep, that is a browser pushing 30 frames per second)For more info, read the full post on the GWT Blog. By Stephanie Liu, Google Developer Team...
HTML5 + Quake II

It’s Official: Google’s Proposal For Crawling AJAX URLs is Live

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Today at SMX West, Maile Ohye from Google confirmed that Google is indeed now crawling AJAX pages that use the standard proposed last Fall. The documentation is live on Google Code and you can also take a look at my recent article about how to implement the standard and its...
It’s Official: Google’s Proposal For Crawling AJAX URLs is Live
The OS is the new browser -- apps are the tabs

Microsoft TypeScript: the JavaScript we need, or a solution looking for a problem?

arstechnica.com
For all JavaScript's prominence as the lingua franca of Web development, there are an awful lot of developers who don't like it a whole lot, and as a result, a great many efforts to produce something better. As is typical among programmers, nobody can quite agree on which bits of...
Microsoft TypeScript: the JavaScript we need, or a solution looking for a problem?

Announcing the orkut Java Client Library

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Shared by mangini OOOOHHHHHH! At last! Today, we’re pleased to announce our new orkut Java client library!If you’ve ever wanted to write desktop or mobile apps for orkut, this new open source Java library provides you with that opportunity. Using three-legged OAuth, you can get friends’ profile data, post and...
Announcing the orkut Java Client Library

Who's @ Google I/O: all things Google Web Toolkit

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Who's @ Google I/O: all things Google Web Toolkit

Windows Messenger Connect Revealed: Secure, Private Social Graphs & More

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At the Next Web Conference in Amsterdam, the Windows Live Messenger team announced “Messenger Connect,” a brand-new collection of APIs for Windows Live Messenger. The Messenger Connect API actually ties together APIs that have been around for awhile, including the Windows Live ID, Contacts API, Messenger Web Toolkit, and more)...
Windows Messenger Connect Revealed: Secure, Private Social Graphs & More
Square's Atlantic Station Office In Atlanta Is Focusing On Infrastructure

Google I/O 2010 Day 1: A more powerful web in more places

googleblog.blogspot.com
Today at Moscone West in San Francisco, we’re kicking off our largest developer conference of the year, Google I/O. Over two days, 5,000 people from 66 countries will hear from 200 speakers, see 180+ developer demonstrations and participate in more than 90 technical sessions, breakouts and fireside chats to meet...
Google I/O 2010 Day 1: A more powerful web in more places

Google Code turns five

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At age five most kids can hop, skip and tie their shoes without help. Google Code turns five this week, and while we’re still working on the shoelaces thing, we’ve grown from a simple site for hosting a couple of APIs into a destination for developers to prototype their ideas...
Google Code turns five
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