The concept behind Ingesture is to provide users with a web service that allows sharing of light-weight social messages that generate socially semantic URL's as shared gestures, which can also contain associated metadata or annotations.
The API is intended for use by third party social networks and blogs. The root of each Ingesture domain displays activity logs for a particual gesture, and also connects to other aggregated web content related to that gesture, such as Youtube videos or Flickr images. Furthermore, metadata including geolocation, contextual url's, media attachments, QR codes, and tags can be included with each Ingesture object.
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