Sunday, April 11, 2010

The Link Infinity API

On April 8, 2010, Link Infinity released API, version 1. Application developers can now post messages utilizing this interface in addition to retrieving user information such as profile elements, services, contacts and statuses. All API calls are made via HTTP using REST. Developers must obtain an API key. Link Infinity members obtain a user key to provide when joining trusted applications. Further details including documentation and programming code examples are available at

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Broadcast social media messages via

Using the Link Infinity control panel, post messages to multiple services. A form to interact with your account displays on the control panel, your home page when logged in. Select the type (status, microblog or blog) and enter your message. Fields such as mood and location are also available. Simply press the "Send" button when complete.

If you don't already have a account, create one at Define your services (ex. Twitter, Facebook, MySpace) and obtain a user application key which permits other services like Link Infinity to communicate without disclosing your passwords. After your user application key has been saved within your Link Infinity settings, the form will display on the control panel and you are ready to start broadcasting social media messages.