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  2. FriendFeed - Wikipedia

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    FriendFeed was a real-time feed aggregator that consolidated updates from social media and social networking websites, social bookmarking websites, blogs and microblogging updates, as well as any type of RSS / Atom feed. It was created in 2007 by Bret Taylor, Jim Norris, Paul Buchheit and Sanjeev Singh. [1] It was possible to use this stream of ...

  3. Social network aggregation - Wikipedia

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    Social network aggregation is the process of collecting content from multiple social network services into a unified presentation. Examples of social network aggregators include Hootsuite or FriendFeed, which may pull together information into a single location [1] or help a user consolidate multiple social networking profiles into a single ...

  4. Paul Buchheit - Wikipedia

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    Paul T. Buchheit (born November 7, 1977) is an American computer engineer and entrepreneur who created the email service Gmail. He developed the original prototype of Google AdSense as part of his work on Gmail. He also suggested Google 's former company motto Don't be evil in a 2000 meeting on company values, after the motto was initially ...

  5. Bret Taylor - Wikipedia

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    Bret Steven Taylor (born 1980) is an American computer programmer and entrepreneur. He is most notable for leading the team that co-created Google Maps and his tenures as the CTO of Facebook (now Meta Platforms), as the chairman of Twitter, Inc.'s board of directors prior to its acquisition by Elon Musk, and as the co-CEO of Salesforce (alongside co-founder Marc Benioff).

  6. Friending and following - Wikipedia

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    Friending and following. Friending is the act of adding someone to a list of "friends" on a social networking service. [1] [2] The notion does not necessarily involve the concept of friendship. [footnotes 1] It is also distinct from the idea of a "fan"—as employed on the WWW sites of businesses, bands, artists, and others—since it is more ...

  7. History of Facebook - Wikipedia

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    Mark Zuckerberg in 2005. Facebook is a social networking service originally launched as TheFacebook on February 4, 2004, before changing its name to simply Facebook in August 2005. [1] It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. [2]

  8. List of social networking services - Wikipedia

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    Spot.IM. A service for webmasters to add social networking functionality to their websites. Spoutible. Micro-blogging. Stack Overflow. Question and answer knowledge market site for programmers. Stage 32. Professionals in film, television and theater. Steam.

  9. Simple Update Protocol - Wikipedia

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    Simple Update Protocol. Simple Update Protocol, or SUP, is a protocol developed by FriendFeed to simplify and speed up RSS and Atom feed updates. Updates from services that supported the protocol would appear on FriendFeed within seconds, [1] until support was dropped. These sites include Disqus, Identi.ca, reddit [failed verification].