Me.dium, an award-winning consumer software company, today launched a widget that gives registered users the ability to share the Me.dium experience by integrating it into their own Web site, blog, or personal page.
Through Me.dium, web browsing is a social experience, enabling users to surf with their friends, discover relevant sites, and link up with other users surfing similar sites. Now, the Me.dium widget gives bloggers and web publishers the ability to add a real-time window into the Me.dium user activity on their web page. Non-Me.dium users can now interact with the widget and explore related Web sites that Me.dium’s members are visiting.
"The Me.dium community is growing rapidly, largely as a result of word of mouth from our active users," said Kimbal Musk. "By introducing this widget, we’re giving users the ability to extend their Me.dium experience to an even wider network and giving non-Me.dium users a glimpse into the Me.dium community for the first time."
Me.dium users can access the widget by clicking "Manage Your Widgets" from their Me.dium profile. To preview the widget, visit: .
A winner of CNET’s Webware100 award in June of 2007 as one of the top 10 community products on the Internet, Me.dium has been available in Firefox and Flock since February 2007.
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