Also see the privacy post below…
On Monday, it was Facebook’s turn to make a move in its evolving chess match with Twitter, the rapidly growing micro-blogging service.
The company announced the Facebook Open Stream API, a program that will allow third-party developers to create applications that pull in Facebook “streams” -– the current of status updates, photos and links that members see when they visit the service.
Now we can expect to see a flowering of third-party programs for Facebook for computers and mobile phones, much like programs like Seesmic Desktop and Tweetdeck are favorites for heavy users of Twitter.
Facebook Lets Others Tap Its Information Stream - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com
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