Sites that will be using the @anywhere technology on launch will include:
What, no Facebook?
Not a lot of detail on how this is really going to work, and I can’t quite figure out if it’s going to be much more than the bastardised Twitter widgets a lot of folks are already using on their sites.
Still, there’s perhaps a focus here on targeting users that want to consume information on Twitter far more than they wish to contribute towards it, and this is something I’ve been thinking about a lot of late. It interests me, and it’s an area I feel I might have overlooked (and even dismissed) in the past.
Foolishly so, as there will always be more readers than writers, certainly capable ones – often it’s simply that many of the latter are so loud that our senses are easily fooled. And when it comes to noise, the former bear no responsibility at all.
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