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http://blog.oshineye.com/2013/12/what-is-state-of-art-in-android-sharing.html

"I meet a lot of people in my job. Consequently I get to see lots of different companies trying to create the best possible Android sharing experience. Just about all of them start off with the standard sharing system based on intents and the standard chooser dialog."

Can we do better than that?
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+Neil Phillips the standard ShareActionProvider does exactly what you want. However it's not widely used.
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The screens in our future
Through historical accident, television has come to be seen as the first screen with our mobile devices as the second screen. This implies a mental model that's usually driven by television people who really mean that television is the primary screen whilst...
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Beyond the NASCAR
People in the identity world worry a lot about the NASCAR problem.  They worry that showing a large set of buttons will hurt conversion r...
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An attempt to summarise Software Craftsmanship 2013 as a list of memes: http://blog.oshineye.com/2013/11/scna-2013-in-memes.html
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SCNA 2013 in memes
What was SCNA 2013 about? Well...the following memes kept coming up. 10 thousand hours Dreyfus model Reasoning by analogy (chess, film making, agriculture) TDD Clojure Code katas Autonomy, purpose and mastery Agile Craftsmanship Design Patterns Javascript A...
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Minimum-viable identity provider
What's required in a minimum-viable IDP (Identity Provider) in 2013? When I talk about viability I really mean "competitiveness" and I suppose what I'm really asking is what does it take to get RPs (Relying Parties) to integrate and users to authenticate wi...
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Why doesn't this blog allow comments?
Should your blog have comments? That's one of the perennial questions that every blogger faces. Are comments a way to bring in vital feed...
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Most budding bloggers don't have to worry about many people reading their blog of course: which helps. 
They start with comments from "friends" and build outward from their. 

I'm hopeful that an identity that is generally more closely tided to an individual (am I a dreamer?) will reduce the spam problem. 

Google+ comments seem like the the system best placed for an at least manageable "comment garden". 

We'll see in time I guess. 
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