I love it when a company is proactive in being New Media friendly. Give users your content whenever and where ever is so pleasing.
TheWB.com is aiming for just that. Going public Aug 27, TheWB.com features older WB shows along with new original web series. Not only will this content be available on TheWB.com – it will also be on Dailymotion, Joost, Sling Media, TiVo and Veoh Networks! They already have a Facebook application that allows users to share The WB content.
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Ladies and gentlemen, here we go the official death of AIM is here. For years millions have used AIM to chat with buddies, but now Facebook is entering the instant messaging market. TechCrunch did a screencast of the new web based service. We can only begin to imagine the possibilities that this new field will provide Facebook users. Facebook Chat will be made public within the next few weeks.
I’ve never been a huge fan of Myspace.com. Back when they first launched I didn’t understand the point of it. Social networking with all this random HTML code, I might as well be working on my own website! That’s at least how I got friends to visit StuffWeLike – want to talk to me, message me here.
My senior year of high school I joined the social networking crowd and I looking back it was silly for me not to have Myspace and Facebook accounts. In recent months, they have been made even more important to me because of their application capabilities. While we’ve had a Facebook application for months now, I’m proud to say we now have a Myspace application!
Both the Facebook and Myspace application feature our video player and all its goodness! Make sure to add it asap! 🙂
Yes the Facebook Gods have finally heard and responded to our cries! You can now officially block applications that you don’t want to use or ever hear about again! Of course you’d never block StuffWeLike’s The Pipeline player app…
So next time that you receive 50 invitations to Zombie Infestation, you can click on the application link and block it.
In addition to that you can now review applications – write up something and rate it out of 5 stars – and become a fan of the application. These metrics will definitely become important for the future of the Facebook Applications section. The higher and more frequent ratings mixed in with high usage will lead to better coverage a possible best of Facebook Apps section.