Episode 28: OAuth


This week we look at the Yahoo/Bing search news, an open source Google Analytics project, and OAuth.


News and Follow-Ups


  • 18:37 – Google Wonder Wheel
  • 22:43 – Piwik – Open Source Google Analytics Clone
  • 28:04 – Vischeck – See your website from the eyes of the color blind
  • 31:44 – Browsershots – Screenshots of your website from tons of browsers


  • 35:18 - OAuth – Valet Key for Web Apps

4 Responses to “Episode 28: OAuth”

  • Rob Lund Says:

    I am actually really starting to like Bing. I have been using it as my main search for about a week now. Jade, I also don’t really use the browser search box. I looked up Linux, to see what you guys were talking about, and I haven’t seen anything of the sort. ‘Linux xp’ is at the bottom of the suggested searches list. On top of that, isn’t Linux XP an actual distro? That seemed a little weak. To each their own, Google is great for its own reasons, and I like Bing’s user experience.

  • Mark Sanborn Says:


    I just checked and it literally changed. Bing has fixed the autopopulated results for linux.

  • Gafitescu Daniel Says:

    Nice topic with the Oauth . I am using it on Twitter integration.It’s great

  • Jade Robbins Says:

    It’s the way to go! Glad to hear about more web app writers who care about their users!

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