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Sep 17, 2011, 04:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"On Google+, appropriately enough, Chris Chabot, a Google developer advocate, announced 'I'm super excited about how the Google+ project brings the richness and nuance of real life sharing to software, and today we're announcing our first step towards bringing this to your apps as well by launching the Google+ public data APIs.'

"So excitement aside, what's the story with these APIs? A quick look at the Google+ Developers site reveals that we're still in the early stages here. The sites states that 'This initial set [of APIs] is focused on providing read access to public data. We'll be adding more APIs over time to build on this foundation and help you create more types of integrations'"

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