Tagged: web 2.0

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facebook: It’s heeeeere!

No going back now, no matter how many protest groups are formed. The new Facebook has arrived and it’s here to stay. I do find it a little odd that they’ve, for the moment, kept the url as http://www.new.facebook.com/, but...

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But you’re delicious…

No, not that kind of delicious, this kind! Delicious has revamped their website and it looks pretty amazing. One of the more functional changes, in my opinion? [W]hy did we switch to delicious.com? We’ve seen a zillion different confusions and...

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10 points in Presence

When I used to play the RPG Vampire the Masquerade in both tabletop and LARP forms, there was a vampiric ability called Presence. It allowed the user to influence the emotions and actions of others. In terms of social networking,...

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There’s a protocol for these things

I saw this image over at Christopher’s blog and it just cracked me up this morning. Due to the slightly excessive partaking of happy hour cocktails last night ($2 rail drinks, oy vey) I’m moving a bit slowly this morning....

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Social Net-Waking?

The first sleep and wake up social networking site, where your friends’ alarm messages wake you up! —Sleep.FM I have no idea if it works, how it works, I’m tempted to sign up just because I was talking about being...

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This was the final straw?

YouTube disabled my account.. I’ve been cut off from the world of grainy amateur video backed by heavy metal music. No more vintage TV shows which will never been seen broadcast again. No more endless spoofs of current events. No...

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Tonight make me unstoppable…

It is so a Bloc Party listening day. Is there such a thing as an ambush promotion? Or at the least should one be the first instead of the last to know when such a thing happens? A few months...

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Too much of a good thing

From the San Fran Chronicle, Social sites becoming too much of a good thing: “It’s getting pretty old,” Caro said. “It makes no sense to have a million of those pages. I have one.” Caro kept an online cat diary...

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let the beat control your mind

I wasn’t in much of a mood to make a post today, but this is pretty cool. YES.com tracks radio station playlists in real-time and posts them to the web. You can search by zip code or call letters and...