Feeddo + Seesmic Integration

Launching a 3 day marathon to see if and how we can integrate feeddo with Seesmic.

Updated: You can follow this experiment here (see Experiment #3)

Updated Friday Night: A good first day. The seesmic team is super responsive on their Google Newsgroup so I have now all the bits and pieces needed to do this experiment. The seemic Ajax profile page + Firebug is a very nice way to actually see and learn about the JSON traffic. I am almost done with the streets wrapper and have a couple of ideas about the user experience. See you tomorrow!

Update Saturday Night: Here is a quick demo of what the Seesmic Feeddo integration looks like. I might have beach duty tomorrow in Half Moon Bay so I am not sure I will be able to finish the two or three things I still want to put in tomorrow. Will see. If you are a seesmic user and what to kick the tires, shoot me an email and I will try to find a way to give you access the right feeddo build. Special thank to bear and matthew on the seesmic forum for their super responsiveness.

Updated Sunday Night: Updated the video to a much shorter version (no bla bla). Will look next week end at how to weave it the right authentication experience so that we can push it out to the people who asked for it. Thanks for all the kind words.

feeddo + seesmic at day 2

Update Monday night: If you are running feeddo 0.9.32 or higher, you can access the seesmic integration prototype at: http://www.feeddo.com/feeddo.htm#seesmic

Update on Tuesday: A couple of people have asked me for seesmic invites. Unfortunately I do not know anyone well enough at Seesmic to try to help but I think that if you ask for an invite on their website, they get back to you with the access code within 24 hours. Note: my account information is built inside feeddo so you do not need an account to browser through seesmic using feeddo. Just visit: http://www.feeddo.com/feeddo.htm#seesmic

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1 thought on “Feeddo + Seesmic Integration”

  1. ha ha i was just looking you blog and look what i Found … hé hé. Funny to be overthere.

    You’re doing a fine job with this amazing api . Keep doing the good work !

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