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Feedburner and Google Latitude

Posted by on July 6, 2010

I love how the internet has come together through APIs, mashups and the like.  WordPress facilitated the construction of this blog – previously I’d written hundreds of lines of code to get even the most basic one up and running.  Now with the Latitude API I have my location updating, and thanks to Feedbuner you can now sign up for emails every time I update, or subscribe to my feed if you use a RSS reader.

5am, that should do for now I think, best go do some more packing.

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One Response to Feedburner and Google Latitude

  1. Chris Lang

    If you take YouTube, Google Reader, Google Buzz, Google Friend Connect, Google Docs, Google Latitude, Google Wave, Blogger, Picasa, Gmail, Gcaht, SMS messaging, and tie them altogether in a wall type app you really have something. Then make them all available on an Android phone too.

    That is what Google is out to do here, not imitate Facebook. Google has simply built a social network in reverse, bringing in the wall page last.

    Also when you consider that you can use any of these world class apps independently without the wall, they become much more powerful too. And they are all open to the public, anyone can read my Google Buzz posts.

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