Twitter @anywhere ( experience anywhere) publishing platform

At SXSW, Twitter introduced a new platform called “@anywhere” that’ll allow web sites to integrate Twitter features more easily. It’ll launch with 13 big brand partners. When the new platform is launched, you'll start noticing the ability to Tweet from some of the web's most trafficked sites. Twitter says web developers can just drop a […]

At SXSW, Twitter introduced a new platform called “@anywhere” that’ll allow web sites to integrate Twitter features more easily. It’ll launch with 13 big brand partners. When the new platform is launched, you'll start noticing the ability to Tweet from some of the web's most trafficked sites. Twitter says web developers can just drop a few lines of javascript and bam! - Tweeting enabled. Developers can avoid using the API. This whole scenario is called @Anywhere. Some of the mentioned uses of this platform include: being able to sign-in to third party web sites with your Twitter ID; a New York Times journalist’s byline would show her Twitter profile and let anyone follow her from the article on the Times’ web site; being able to tweet about a video from its YouTube page; discovering new Twitter users/account from Yahoo’s home page.

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