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Facebook App using DotNetNuke


Yeah, I know.  It has been a LONG  time since I posted anything.  I’ve been busy.

One of my recent projects brought up something I think you may be interested in so I thought I’d post about it.

Recently, I created a Facebook tab for Labels For Education using DotNetNuke 6.1, which just added an API for retrieving information from Facebook.

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Last week, I had a client ask me how to implement sharing from an email. On the face of it, sharing isn’t that hard for any specific service.  Facebook has their way.  Twitter has its way.  But we’ve been using the service.  Wouldn’t it be nice if you could provide a way to implement sharing from within an email for any service provided?  And what if you could also add the “Share” button so that even if you didn’t put the service in the email that they wanted to use, they still were able to share using the share button?

Well, it took a while, but I finally figured it all out.

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Filtering the Internet Noise


My friend Bill posted a link to “A Day In The Internet” that started a discussion about the signal to noise ratio on the Internet.

I commented briefly, but realized that my comment was turning into more of a post of its own.  So here’s a more complete comment on Bill’s post.

As I said in my comment, I’m not exactly of the same generation that Bill is.  There are roughly 15 years between us.  At this point that doesn’t matter much.  But in Internet time, most of my peers are on Facebook and Twitter because someone in their family is or because someone like me finally convinced them it was worthwhile.

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