Now you can +1 every website in Google Chrome with the new Google +1 Button extension

Announced in Google+ today from Google employee Timothy Jordan and reshared from Google employee and friend Louis Gray the new +1 extension for Google Chrome. You can download it here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jgoepmocgafhnchmokaimcmlojpnlkhp

Button Features:

+1 button is shorthand for "this is pretty cool" or "you should check this out." Now you can +1 the pages you think are worth visiting no matter where you are on the web.

+1's can help your friends, contacts, and others on the web find the best stuff when they search. By installing the +1 extension, you can publicly [...]

5 Ways Developers and Partners are using the new TriOut API

Before check.in was release TriOut founder Lawrence Ingraham and I new at some point TriOut would need an API. What we didn’t know is how soon it would be created after the initial launch in February 2010. Then we saw the first beta release of check.in announced and I contacted my friends at Brightkite to see if they were interested in including TriOut for the second beta version and the response was yes. Some may have wondered why include a hyper-local location-based platform in a national check-in web app where the goal is to help solve check-in fatigue but the answer is simple. Why not?