Ok, it's fine. Google published the Google+ Hangouts API...
Richard Dunn said:
Today we’re launching the Developer Preview of the Hangouts API, another small piece of the Google+ platform. It enables you to add your own experiences to Hangouts and instantly build real-time applications, just like our first application, the built-in YouTube player.
...but the best things are the new features: Screen Sharing, Google Docs Integration and SketchUp Integration... But, yes the big But, you need a license to use it with extras. Yes Hangouts with extras is currently in preview and unavailable for you if you don't have a "five stars passport". *suck*
We've always been keen on Google+ Hangouts, but a recent update provided some extras that make the experience even better. Now you can share your screen, collaborate in Google Docs, and even draw together in SketchUp. Additionally, the Hangouts API provides developers with the ability to integrate Hangouts into their own web apps. This could become a very interesting way to not only collaborate on work, but also share media and play games with other people across the web.
so this is... it seems ...like the honey of Winnie the Pooh. (? honeypot ?)