programming the web. this time for real. repeat after me: ifttt…

May 31st, 2012 § 0 comments

ifttt is like programming language of the internet

it’s what bash and perl were for unix,

it’s what ubiquity was for browser

it’s like pipemania and the incredible machine all over again…

If You’re Not Using ifttt, Then You Don’t Like The Internet

San Francisco-based startup ifttt (If This Then That) has built a framework that lets you harness the full potential of the Internet and your web-connected devices. By “listening” to various channels (weather, stock prices, RSS feeds, SMS messages, and many more) ifttt can carry out actions when certain criteria are met.

We need this to understand how you use our service - you can take it out if you like. Cheers, your Blogspire team.

via: www.businessinsider.com

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