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Links 1 through 10 of 17 by Robin Hamman tagged wholewebascanvas

"Basically, we use your external social graph to connect you with your friends within the iPlayer site, and make it scalable for other BBC Online services in the fullness of time. To do this, we connect Facebook, Twitter and where appropriate other social networking sites to your BBC iD login account, providing you with a single gateway to multiple social graphs and a single Recommend button that can post activity to multiple social networks."

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Yesterday, the company announced that it will abandon building ever-more networking platforms in favor of approaching customers at the places they already hang out, like Facebook and YouTube.

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"The FMCG giants are moving away from sites created on a campaign-by-campaign basis in favour of investment in existing communities. While both companies will continue to create campaign sites for certain brands in the immediate future, they have said the long-term future lies with social media on platforms populated by their target consumers."

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Graham's presentation on how he's pushing content out to dozens of networks

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They’ve already narrowed down the playing field to 9 competitors, separated into 3 teams, and have just opened up the final selection process to you. You can visit the site, watch team videos, and vote once per day on your favorite between now and November 6, 2009

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The Berlin Project is merging traditonal print, radio and television coverage with online social media tools making the coverage extensive and instant. Along with ‘traditional’ equipment, the team of reporters will have mobile phones [and other gadgets] with applications allowing them to stream live video and audio onto the web. By using Twitter, AudioBoo, and Qik, among other tools, they’ll be keeping both the baby boomer and the web-savvy generations informed with up-to-date, accurate coverage.

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Graham has done an incredible job of creating a distributed publishing system for his Rwanda project - very very cool.

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