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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

What's this - a shopping blog widget?

Er... yes, yes it is! On our list of 101 features, we are building a range of shopping widgets and tools that can be put on any website or blog to let people interact with the Crowdstorm proposition from anywhere.

In this example, your users can play around with the sliding bars such as no.comments or no. recommendations, and it will spit out relevant matching products to explore.

We'll also make these available in the "widgets" section of our "buzz" area.

There's a whole variety of things we can do with buzz and widgets and at some point we even want to open up the API's to let you freely build your own tools.



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