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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Testing SixApart BlogIT from Facebook

Good Morning blogosphere and microbloggers. I'm testing the "Brought to you by Six Apart. Sign up for a free blog on Vox" BlogIT application on Facebook.

I can send out blogpost to several channels at the same time. This helps me to update my blogs without the need to sign in individually to each of them.

I got the information through Robert Scobleizer and linked to:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/sixapart_ties_it_all_together.php

Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: SixApart's BlogIt Could Be the Start of Something Big — SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place.


SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place. It's the kind of app that makes Facebook all the closer to being a one stop social media experience.

Helge: My first impression is very positive. I've use for this application

The service could be more fully developed but it's certainly in the lead compared to other services aiming to do the same thing. A close look at the details leads us to believe that this could be a much bigger move than it might seem to be. Here's a few reasons why we believe it's so interesting.

Tying the Social Graph Together

SixApart is a leading company in the field of social graph experimentation and the most outspoken participating company willing to be critical of some of Google's efforts like OpenSocial. BlogIt is interesting beyond its basic functionality because it can tie together confirmed accounts on Facebook, outside blogs and Twitter - then place that information in the hands of a company dedicating significant time and resources to leveraging such information in the interests of users. BlogIt may be just a beachhead landed in the hostile territory not of Facebook, but of online identity chaos in general.

Helge: This is certainly adding my use of Facebook. Things can change over night. I was getting tired about all the new FB apps. but this one is a "killer".
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