Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Cloud computing, Live Mesh, Microsoft, Technology
|Essentially, Live Mesh is a collection of feeds (which can be expressed as ATOM, JSON, FeedSync, RSS, WB-XML, or POX). Every piece of data entered into a user’s Mesh — be it a file, a folder, a message, a user permission, or a new device — is rendered as a piece of information in a feed. The feeds are then synced with other devices that are part of that Mesh following rules for how to sync each particular piece of information.
Josh Catone, Live Mesh: First Look at Microsoft’s New Platform
Ok…I’m loving this. Social networking all grown up. News feeds are the future and Facebook showed us how to use them.
The Live Mesh Notifier is a news feed of all the activity on a user’s Mesh. Right now that means changes made to files, folders, devices, user permissions, and comments left on files/folders. However, because Live Mesh is a platform that seeks to interact with third party services…it is easy to envision how much more could be pushed through the news feed.