Tag Archives: Friendfeed

Fractured: Social networks should only provide interface to underlying public data

I love Google+. I’ve been on it for 24 hours now, thanks to my friend John Schultz, and I can safely say it takes the best of what Facebook stole from Twitter and wraps it up in a clean and … Continue reading

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Dataopedia lists public information about websites

Have you ever wanted a quick way to learn all you can about a website?  A new web services called dataopedia.com makes it easy to view data like web stats, registrar information and links and stories from social networks. Note … Continue reading

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Twitter keeps friends and followers up to date

Twitter is a popular social network that can be called micro-blogging. Think of it as a way to post updates about what you’re doing. These updates can be sent by text message to update your status on twitter.com. Through the … Continue reading

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