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Facebook is planning to update its Open Graph API to enhance the ability of developers to integrate location-based data to user’s newsfeeds and posts. Facebook announced its intention to develop this feature at the Where 2012 Conference in San Francisco last week.
Filtering, curation, aggregation and relevance have long been touted as the next important steps for social media. In actual fact we've had curation services in the form of Digg, Reddit, StumbleUpon, Delicious and many more for a long time. However, the questions "How do I find the blog post, tweet, facebook update, photo or check-in that is most relevant to me?" and "How do I know I've not missed a really important piece of news?" are still asked daily. So, there still isn't a definite answer - or a definitive service. Cadmus started off as a "real-time filtering service" for a product called ViewPoint, but has grown into a self-standing application and the Cadmus API can help users and developers answer these questions.
Soon after HeiaHeia was founded by Olli Oksanen, Jussi Räisänen and Ivan Kuznetsov, the company became a hit in its home country of Finland. Boasting more than 175,000 users in Finland alone, this social workout forum has shown how powerful making things social and simple really is. The HeiaHeia platform allows users to track workouts ranging from over 400 different activities and share their accomplishments with other users. The Company has released the HeiaHeia API which will make it easier for business’ to integrate HeiaHeia into their workflow.