Today’s web news…
Google+ released its long awaited API to developers yesterday. Google’s official statement on the release stated: “Google+ gives users full control over their information, supporting everything from intimate conversations with family to public showcases and debates,” the company said. “This initial API release is focused on public data only–it lets you read information that people have shared publicly on Google+.”
A new documentary charting the breadth of Twitter’s impact on society released a teaser trailer which shows people from a stock broker to a homeless person commenting on Twitter’s influence in their life. The film is being entered to several film festivals and is due for release through special screenings later this year, however it has been made in the spirit of the open web and will streamed on the internet for free too.
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