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Windows Live makes it easier to integrate social networks in a single space (with video)
Posted on 22-Apr-2009 10:10. | Tags Filed under: News.

Microsoft says soon you be able to share friend, profile and content updates from over 20 more of your favourite web sites including Digg, Facebook all in one place at

The company is incorporating activity updates from over 20 global and local Web services, including Digg and Facebook into Windows Live.

This gives users an easy way to share the things you do online in one central place on Windows Live. Additionally, you can now invite users to Windows Live from MySpace, Hi5 and Tagged (and vice versa), joining Facebook and LinkedIn as sites that allow you to invite friends to join their Windows Live network.

In addition to the new Contact Partners, new Feed Partners include Live Mesh, MSN, Arto (Denmark), (Sweden), Dada (Italy), Dailymotion (France), Digg (USA), FaceBook (USA), Fotolog (France), Hevre (Italy), Hyves (Netherlands), (UK), Live Journal (Russia), MClub (China), Metroflog (Argentina), Overblog (France), SmugMug (USA), TypePad (USA), Yandex (Russia) and (Greece).

Windows Live is a set of services from Microsoft that provides a single suite of services for IM, sending e-mail, or sharing photos and files you’ve created. You can choose to publish web activities from these websites which are then automatically published to the Windows Live profile and exposed throughout the services including Messenger and Hotmail.

Brian Hall, General Manager, Windows Live at Microsoft, “As we use ever growing numbers of websites to communicate, our digital lives have become increasingly harder to manage. Windows Live solves this problem, by bringing all the web services that we know and love together into one digital hub.”

These services include Windows Live Messenger, (with more than 320 million active customers), Windows Live Hotmail (one of the largest e-mail services worldwide with more than 375 million active customers), Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Homepage, Windows Live Groups, Windows SkyDrive, Windows Live Photos, and the free blogging service Windows Live Spaces.

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