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Flock 2.5, with better Twitter and Facebook Chat support

Flock, the “social Web browser”, has been updated to 2.5 (download Flock 2.5). This version adds support for Facebook Chat right in the browser: you will see the chat toolbar on any website you are currently browsing, as long as you are signed in at Facebook in the background. The

Windows Live and You: “Development of Messenger has been phenomenal” (Sean Bradford, Neowin)

Ever wanted to meet an unofficial Microsoft Evangelist? Sean Bradford is one of them, and he has some interesting points on Messenger and the other Windows Live products. mynetx: Wonderful that you take some minutes to talk with me about Windows Live and You. Please tell me a bit about

Messenger Web Toolkit on MSDN Channel 9’s Knowledge Chamber

From what I have seen from the MIX09 web conference until today, there is quite a big interest in the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit and its features. Adding Messenger to your own website kind of amazes people and thus the interest in being able to do that is quite

New IM networks for Windows Live

In an internal message to developers, the Windows Live team has announced the long-awaited integration of several instant messaging networks to work together with Windows Live. Among these networks to be added are ICQ and Skype as well as AIM, Facebook Chat and Google Talk. “We are currently aiming to

Twitter OAuth API now live

Now, I’ve got a new dance for y’all called the Soulja Boy. Oh, wait, no, sorry. The OAuth beta is now open to all developers, though. This was the small tweet by Alex Payne, Twitter’s API Lead, announcing the general availablility of OAuth for Twitter, last Monday. OAuth, designed for

Dark forces around an intelligent guy?

In its issue of January 29, 2009, The Guardian has published a controversial, even critical essay on Patchou, the creator of Messenger Plus!. I found it worth reading, however decide yourself. The adware altercation Software developer Patchou provokes fierce opinions in cyberspace. His army of fans think he’s a genius;