With the plugin, this is only visible by people who enable the plugin?
We're looking to open it for the entire site, so that whenever anyone
tweets a grooveshark song, the media will show up in the details
panel.

On Feb 2, 7:49 am, "Ken D." <k...@cimas.ch> wrote:
> I just re-enabled the Parrotfish plugin and it's pretty amazing. It's
> pulling content from my own website and from just about any URL
> mentioned in a Tweet. Goes way beyond the advertised performance.
>
> On Feb 2, 1:26 pm, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote:
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> > Some Twitter applications (including my own) use embed.ly to display
> > content.
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> > Tom
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> > On 2/2/11 1:25 PM, Ken D. wrote:
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> > > Ashley,
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> > > While waiting for native support from Twitter, have you checked out
> > > the embed.ly Parrotfish plugin (http://labs.embed.ly/) ?
>
> > > Grooveshark is one of 160-plus OEmbed-compliant media partners
> > > supported by the plugin. Tweets bearing supported URLs are marked in
> > > the timeline and yes, you'll see Grooveshark content in your Twitter
> > > right pane.
>
> > > Don't know how many people are using it.
>
> > > Ken
>
> > > On Feb 1, 9:38 pm, Ashley Sarver<asarv...@gmail.com>  wrote:
> > >> The purpose of this is to find out a way to use twitter's oembed for
> > >> listen.grooveshark.com links, and embed the media player of a specific
> > >> song when the link is posted. How long does requesting permission for
> > >> a media partnership take, and has anyone had problems requesting a
> > >> partnership? Has anyone atempted to use oembed on twitter, or began
> > >> working with oembed?

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