StraightUpSocial News Links for 10/2/2009

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Twitter Begins Attaching Locations To Tweets

Ben Parr at Mashable shares info about Twitter’s upcoming geolocation feature, which will reportedly attach latitude and longitude to a person’s tweets.

Facebook Eases Connect Sign-Up To Expand Reach Across The Web

Kim-Mai Cutler at VentureBeat tells us how Facebook has made it easier for companies to implement Facebook Connect on their web properties, with the launch of Facebook Connect Wizard.

Google Has A Plan To Stop The Mass Exodus From Orkut: No Friend Exports For You!

MG Siegler at TechCrunch takes a closer look at the “coincidence” of Orkut users in India being suddenly unable to export their friend data to rival Facebook.

(PS. I’m a sucker for any post with a photo of the Soup Nazi. See: The Anti-Blog Blog Post)

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