Over the past couple of weeks, I have been getting some random messages from friends on Friendster (this is probably the first time in over a year). The first three or four, I didn’t think anything of it, but finally a good friend sent me a message, so I logged on and found this: WhichContinue reading “Friendster XSS spam”
French newspaper Le Monde has a nice infographic of social networks around the world, RÃ©seaux sociaux : des audiences diffÃ©rentes selon les continents. Unlike search, which has been dominated by two players and a few local upstarts, this map looks like patchwork.
Brad Fitzpatrick and the Google Open Social team have released a Social Graph API to query the social relationships available on public web content. More in the blog post.
Facebook has recently been making big changes, such as offering APIs and experimenting with privacy. Some of these changes have been met with positive feedback, and others with hostility, but it is obvious from these recent experiments that they are testing new waters. Probably the biggest change they have proposed though is opening registration toContinue reading “Facebook opens registration”