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Programming the Internet.

Volatile Social Graph, implemented

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About Genome:

Because it will use open protocols, the goal is to let users carry their identites anywhere on the web. Updates made to those identities out on the web will make their way back to Genome instead of users having to return to Genome to edit their profiles.

This means the implementation of volatile Social Graph. Go, ruskies!

And this was very nice to hear as well:

Genome will provide an open instant messenger that’s integrated with your contacts.

(I’m sure that implies XMPP.)


Written by Janne Savukoski

July 9, 2008 at 8:01 pm

Posted in Internet, Technology

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  1. Hi Janne,

    I’m glad you like our philosophy.
    Feel free to drop me a line at vlad@genomepeople.com, if you have something on your mind.


    Vladislav Chernyshov

    July 10, 2008 at 7:55 am

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