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Social Networking15 Jun 2009

Publish full articles on twitter without a blog

Publish full articles without needing a blog or site. There’s no setup or login. Just write your text and Write4net will publish it using your Twitter account. That’s it. So easy. And free!

It’s dead simple. Just write whatever you want to publish on our homepage fields (title and text). Then, hit the “click to publish” button.

Next, you’ll be directed to Twitter where you can login using your Twitter account. Note that you’re not giving us your Twitter password, login is done through Twitter itself.

Done! Your text is published (and tweeted!). Now you’ve got a personal page, blog style, with all your articles

URL : http://write4.net/

Social Networking &Web 2.003 Feb 2009

Pixelpipe : Combining Social Networking sites, better that ping.fm ?

Pixelpipe : Combining Social Networking sites, better that ping.fm ?Pixelpipe is a content distribution gateway that allows users to publish text, photo, video and audio files once through Pixelpipe website and have the content distributed across over 60 social networks, photo/video sites and blogs, and online storage. Much like Ping.fm but better tools.

It supports a number of mobile, desktop & browser applications for different operating systems for users, liberating their content and sharing their life.

URL : http://pixelpipe.com/

(Thanks @aalap)
Google &Social Networking15 Dec 2008

Google Friend Connect now with Twitter as login option

Google adds Twitter option to its Google Friend Connect service. This means that when you join a Friend Connected site, you can choose to use your Twitter profile, discover people you follow on Twitter who are also members of the site, and quickly tweet that you have found a cool website.

Google Friend Connect now with Twitter

To send a tweet about a site you have joined, click the invite link in the members gadget, then click the Twitter icon on the share tab. The next time your followers sign in to Twitter, they’ll see a your tweet containing a link to the interesting site you’ve found.

This integration with Twitter is an example of how we want to continue improving Friend Connect, extending the open social web and bringing social features to more places on the web.

Google &Social Networking &Web 2.005 Dec 2008

Google Friend Connect : Add social networking to your website and grow traffic

Google has release a new kind of feature for us poor web master who can’t or possibly too lazy to create a social networking on their website. Its a kind of widget you can put up on your website which acts as a social networking section where people can register. Now, as interaction with visitors are a nice way to keep them stick to your site, it increases the traffic and hopefully .. $$ . One of the thing that might interest your visitors is, it doesn’t need a separate registration. They can login with Google, Yahoo, AIM or OpenID account.

  • Enrich your site Choose engaging social features from a catalog of gadgets by Google and the OpenSocial developer community.
  • Attract more visitors Your users can easily invite friends from social networks and contact lists to visit and join your site.
  • No programming whatsoever Just copy and paste a few snippets of code into your site, and Friend Connect does the rest.



Search Engines &Social Networking &Web 2.009 Sep 2008

Spokeo : Spy on your Friends, Find photos, videos and secrets!

Spokeo : Spy on your Friends, Find photos, videos and secrets!Want to know something juicy about your friends and family ? Spokeo reveals their secrets ! Well, enough of the catchy phrases. Spokeo is service which searches deep within 40 major social networks to find news about friends and colleagues. As you register, you are asked for you public email ID (like Gmail n Yahoo!) and password. Spokeo searches databases of major social networks for the users in your mail address book.

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Social Networking &Web 2.013 Aug 2008

Digsby : IM, Email, Social Networking and Twitter

Digsby : IM, Email, Social Networking and Twitter Digsby is a proprietary multiprotocol instant messaging application developed by dotSyntax, LLC. Digsby is written in wxPython and uses Webkit for rendering. It currently supports e-mail notifications and alerts from MySpace, Facebook and Twitter.
It is released under a proprietary license and is currently free to download though the developers and software company are looking at various business models to earn revenue. It needs registration, which can be done through the program’s installer or through a web interface. Digsby currently supports only Windows, but has announced mac & Linux support.

Features

  • Email :The program includes an email client, with new mail notifications, POP3 and IMAP support. It automatically retrieves a “from” email address from the logged in instant messaging profiles.
  • Social networking : Digsby allows you to add social networking sites to the application.
    Updates to your MySpace friends’ profiles, status, and private messages. Provides instant access to various parts of your MySpace account, such as your profile, home page, blog, etc. Updates in your friend feeds in Facebook.
    Allows you to easily submit new “tweets”, and view your friends’ tweets.
  • Buddy List : Digsby allows users to customize their buddy list by ordering of all aspects of the buddy list, and skinning it for a personalized look. It supports metacontacts, much like Trillian’s metacontacts by a simple drag-and-drop system.
  • Chat Logging : Digsby allows users log their chat conversations to html files that are then later accessed by the built in “Past Chat Browser.” The IM community is used to chat logs from previous IM clients which made the initial decision to switch to Digsby hard. Users did not want to lose their logs, and without a built in function to import their old logs, many decided to remain with their old chat client. With a Log Converter users can switch to Digsby without losing their chat history.

URL : http://www.digsby.com/
Download : Digsby (Windows) – 17.5MB

Social Networking &Web 2.015 May 2008

Nimbuzz : Beyond Skype – Comprehensive Mobile VOIP, IM Solutions and voice to social networks

Nunbuzz : Beyond Skype -  Comprehensive Mobile VOIP, IM Solutions and voice to social networksNimbuzz offers an all-in-one solution on the mobile, PC and Web for calling, conference calling, instant messaging, group chat and chat rooms, and photo and file sending across multiple IM communities, including Skype, MSN, Google Talk, Yahoo!, AIM, Jabber and ICQ, plus 23 social networks including Facebook and Myspace.

On the social networking front, Nimbuzz is breaking new ground by bringing voice and mobile chat to social networks. The new six-button Communicator widget brings free calling, chat, text and voice messaging and file sending to social networks, email signatures and personal websites or blogs. Also introduced is the unique “buzz” feature which alerts your friends “offline” to join you online for a call or chat.

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Social Networking &Web 2.019 Dec 2007

The Whoa Show : You are the show !

The Whoa Show : You are the show !The Whoa Show makes activity-driven video shows that only star the audience. The Orange County, California-based media company will develop shows for various platforms, beginning with the web and expanding to mobile and beyond.

First in Action, a never-ending Internet show, is scheduled to go live on New Year’s Day. Set up as a video chain that only stars its audience, First in Action lets the public “race” against each other to make it on the show.

The appeal
If you make it on First in Action, you get to direct the next person in the chain to do whatever you want.

The catch
To make it, you have to be the first to do whatever the last person in the chain wants. “This creates a massive race where you’re pitted against your family, your friends, your neighbors, everyone,” says David Hissami, founder & CEO of The Whoa Show, the company behind First in Action.

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