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                          Archive for Jun 2011


                          Anonymous eCommerce: Building a Real 4th Party Offer Application with Kynetx

                          This is a long post. Don't worry, there are plenty of place to stop reading. You can stop at the end of each major section and have a complete picture for a given level of detail. Developers trying to see how to build a 4th party ecommerce application in KRL should read to the end to understand the complete picture. The caption of Peter Steiner's legendary 1993 New Yorker cartoon reads: "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog." If you've paid attention to the Internet Identity Workshop logo, you know we use that concept for the conference, although
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                          When the 20th Century Meets the 21st: Health Information Exchanges

                          Yesterday, Utah announced a statewide health information network called the Clinical Health Information Exchange. The system is run by UHIN, a quasi-public entity that has long run a health information network in the state that has been used to link payers and payees. Extending their reach into clinical information is a natural and will be a great thing if it comes to pass. From their "About Us" page: The goal of the cHIE is to improve the quality of care you receive by increasing efficiency and maintaining patient safety. This is accomplished by enabling healthcare professionals to be better
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                          Modules in the Cloud

                          After I wrote my last blog post on "Hover Me - A Social Media Dashboard" I got to thinking about the power of modules and realized that there's a special power that is available from modules that operate in the cloud. First, a little discussion of what Ed's Empire Avenue Module does. Empire Avenue's current API doesn't allow you to look up information by Twitter handle, only by Empire Avenue ID. Ed discovered that you could use the site to do it, so he used Kynetx to essentially do a little screen scaping to get the data and return
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                          Hover Me - A Social Media Dashboard

                          Last December, a developer on the Kynetx platform, Ed Orcutt, released an application that used the Qwerly API to show people the other social networks that Twitter users were on. Called HoverMe, the application pops up a hover card when you put your cursor over a name or picture on Twitter or Facebook like so: The app surprised us all because it got a little press love and took off with over 30,000 installs in just 3 days. Since it's original release, Ed has enhanced HoverMe to add PeerIndex scores and Empire Avenue value. Last week I was sitting
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