President Barack Obama’s administration has linked the official White House website to various social networking web sites such as , and . It is good to see the US government has embraced Web 2.0. Previously, the government has joined up with Flickr, YouTube, Vimeo and iTunes.
Not sure if President Obama will tweet or update Facebook content himself.
MySpace will impement a global redesign next week in an attempt to update an older model which would hopefully enhance demographics and boost user engagement. The home page, navigation, profile editing, search and MySpace TV will have a new skin. MySpace will be working with open source engine from Lucene. This is a first for MySpace.
Google has previously revealed its OpenSocial initiative and third-party developers have already started announcing plans to build applications using their jointly developed social network APIs. Yahoo and MySpace are going to develop applications for social networks using OpenSocial.
The three companies expected OpenSocial foundation to launch in 90 days on July 1.
Google has revealed its OpenSocial initiative and third-party developers have already started announcing plans to build applications using their jointly developed social network APIs. That is almost everyone except for Facebook.
Google OpenSocial allows any web sites to build interconnecting social applications using one common set of APIs.
Source: Google OpenSocial