Archive for October, 2007
Tomorrow Google will present OpenSocial.
“OpenSocial is a set of three common APIs, defined by Google with input from partners, that allow developers to access core functions and information at social networks:
- Profile Information (user data)
- Friends Information (social graph)
- Activities (things that happen, News Feed type stuff)”
If you have some ideas on how we can best make use of OpenSocial for Helpalot, please comment or send me a message on Helpalot.
We have our first version of ‘location’ on pages. People, charities and projects can set their location now.
Click on the location tab here for an example.
Today I did a presentation at OneWorld on social network sites. It was much fun and I was able to convince a number of people to join Helpalot.
OneWorld Presentation [PDF], today, in Dutch.
Update 27 Oct. 2007
Now we have:
We improved the edit pages and some other details on Helpalot. Now the different parts are grouped by tabs in stead of a big scrolling page, making the experience a bit nicer.
Also I reduced the amount of words in the titles and texts on the front page.