Social Web’s Big Question: Federate or Aggregate? - GigaOM
was kommt nach dem web 2.0? http://is.gd/9GuC #geekstuff [from http://twitter.com/doktordab/statuses/1861274928]
A Power “communicator” will allow you to send information to all your friends across networks with the ease of sending an email. “This is just like Meebo,” Vachani insisted, where they log in to and constantly interact with the service. It doesn’t use any APIs, and all the magic happens using this technology developed by the company. Vachani called it “intelligent proxy.” I have asked for more details to understand how exactly it works.
The big question facing the social web depends on the direction it needs to take. A sharp increase in the number of web services and social networks has many of us yearning for a single sign-on, which has led to the idea of “federation.”
as well as other web services. It is not the first startup of its kind. Several others — MyLifeBrand
A sharp increase in the number of web services and social networks has many of us yearning for a single sign-on, which has led to the idea of “federation.” On the flip side, we also want one place to manage our diverse web services in one place — in other words, aggregation.