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Building a Facebook fan page

I found a nice post at TechCrunch on building an engaging Facebook fan page. Has some great tips and the comments have a couple good suggestions as well. Worth reading for anyone interested in having such a page. We are

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BuddyPress goes 1.0

BuddyPress is a multiuser WordPress install with a set of plugins that add a ton of social functionality. Things like private messaging, profiles, friends, groups, activity streams, and such. It is basically your own social network in a box. Very

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Twidge

Twidge. Web 2.0 on the cli. It makes me happy.

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Friend Connect vs. Facebook Connect

Google’s Friend Connect is now open to all web sites. The post I’ve linked to then asks the question – who will control on-line identity? and frames the answer in a competition between Facebook Connect and OpenID.I’ve got a feeling

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Facebook Connect

Facebook Connect enables integration between external sites and facebook. What this means is that many of you who already have blogs outside facebook can now use Facebook Connect to bring Facebook to your blog and your blog back to Facebook.

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O’Reilly on Changing Your World

Tim O’Reilly made some waves with his endorsment of then presidential nominee Barack Obama. Today in his O’Reilly Radar blog post Tim lays out a 4 point plan for those active in the information technology world to get actively involved

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