In a podcast from the fall of 2011, Jeremie Miller, the creator of Jabber/XMPP technologies, discussed the future of the internet, personal technology, and software development. He also acknowledged the significant role social media plays in our lives, as it turns us into both producers and consumers of social data. (Photo stock credit: Depositphotos).
However, he noted that APIs limit developers’ abilities to create better app user experiences using this data. In order to address this issue, Miller recommended Singly as a solution.
According to Miller, platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Instagram allow us to unintentionally narrate our stories and those of our loved ones. But the API restrictions prevent developers from accessing this data and creating better apps.
Miller suggested a single access point that would allow users to own and access their social data without any limitations. With a background in computer and electrical design, he has been working with startups since the mid-90s. Click here to listen