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Why Livefyre is Here Again

Ari Herzog

Clicking it provides you a choice of sign-in options, from logging into a Livefyre account to using your Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, or OpenID accounts. You will initially see a “Post comment as” button. Future comments should allow you to merely “Post comment.” ” Why Livefyre is here.

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Google Shutting Down Open ID 2.0, Migrating to Google+ Sign-In

Bill Hartzer

April 20, 2015: OpenID is shut down. March 23, 2015: Grace period for developers using the openid_shutdown_ack parameter ends, warning is shown and auto-approval turned off for all applications. A static error page will be displayed on all requests. Make sure you have migrated well before this date. Don’t forget to add me on Google+.

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Google Friend Connect

Freelance Social Media

Once it’s set up on your site, users can log in using their Google, AOL, Yahoo, or OpenID account…no need to create another username and password. Currently it only offers a few “gadgets&# but I’m sure it will be rolling out more down the road.

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Social Search could it be a Google Killer?

Buzz Marketing for Technology

24 months from now Social Search should be common place – we should see social tools like Facebook Connect or OpenID which are already out there, used for search.

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Why Livefyre is Here and How It Helps You

Ari Herzog

When you click the “Post comment as&# link for the first time, a window pops up prompting you to either authenticate your comment with your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google, or OpenID accounts — or to choose none of the above and use your Livefyre account instead.

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You've Heard the Rumors. Here are a Few Predictions That "Just Make Sense" For Facebook's F8

Stay N' Alive

The launch of OpenID Connect support. OpenID Connect just released their spec. It would make a whole lot of sense for Facebook to launch their first implementation of OpenID Connect during this conference. This, in essence, could allow for a distributed subscription model. support last year. support last year.

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8 Best Practices for Collaborative Blog Groups


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