Links To Read LATER Tonight: Google’s Scramble to Pwn Social Networking Apps

Posted on October 31, 2007. Filed under: Google, links I like (today) |

Google Seeks Bigger Role
In Social Networking – wall street journal

and

Google’s Response to Facebook: “Maka-Maka”-techcrunch

Google will announce a new set of APIs on November 5 that will allow developers to leverage Google’s social graph data. They’ll start with Orkut and iGoogle (Google’s personalized home page), and expand from there to include Gmail, Google Talk and other Google services over time.

On November 5 we’ll likely see third party iGoogle gadgets that leverage Orkut’s social graph information – the most basic implementation of what Google is planning. . . . Google is also considering allowing third parties to join the party at the other end of the platform – meaning other social networks (think Bebo, Friendster, Twitter, Digg and thousands of others) to give access to their user data to developers through those same APIs.

…I’m to tired to read these completely write now and write a response, but figured I would share. Happy Halloween, peeps. (Thanks, Matt)

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[…] Check it out! While looking through the blogosphere we stumbled on an interesting post today.Here’s a quick excerptGoogle will announce a new set of APIs on November 5 that will allow developers to leverage Google’s social graph data. They’ll start with Orkut and iGoogle (Google’s personalized home page), and expand from there to include Gmail, … […]


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