App.net Object Sync

I recently released my first app on the Mac App Store, Toki, and I decided that talking about the inner workings of the sync mechanism I’m using would not only be interesting, but helpful for me to think about some of the problems I’m having[footnote]This is inspired by the “Vesper Sync Diary” series of blog… Continue reading App.net Object Sync

App.Net Comments Widget on WordPress

I noticed that most of the good discussion I was having about blog posts were on App.net. Turns out, many other people feel the same way, and there’s even an official App.net comments widget! I’ve been testing a WordPress plugin to replace the default WordPress comments with ADN comments on this site for quite a… Continue reading App.Net Comments Widget on WordPress

Thoughts about App.net

I’m sure you have heard of App.net by now. The paid, non-advertisement-supported “live social stream” (read: Twitter). They set a $500,000 goal, and raised more than $800,000 – a clear indicator that some level of demand is there for such a service. There are two levels of membership, the $50 “User” level and the $100… Continue reading Thoughts about App.net