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Friendster’s Doomsday 31 May – Who Killed Friendster?


I joined Friendster August 2006 and I’m quite sad to see the once prominent Social Network coming to an End tomorrow May 31st 2011. According to their website: Friendster, a pioneer and leading global online social network, is focused on

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Twitter “You Both Follow” Feature


The “You Both Follow” feature that Twitter started testing back in June is now being rolled out to all users. As the name implies, “You Both Follow” shows you the people that you and another Twitter user mutually follow. To

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Twitter Begins Offering Personalized Suggestions of Users to Follow


Twitter is in the midst of rolling out a new feature called “Suggestions for You” that offers up personalized recommendations of users that you might want to follow. You’ll find the new feature under the “Find People” link in the

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Will Facebook Questions be more useful than Twitter as a Q&A platform?


Facebook has begun the rollout of an exciting new feature, Facebook Questions, which will allow users to get answers to their queries from the entire Facebook community. Similar in concept to Yahoo! Answers, Quora etc. Facebook Questions gives users the

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Top Videos and Trends on Technology


Apple’s Ipad arrives!!! Now what?

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Facebook: Six Years of Making Connections


As it celebrates its Sixth Birthday, Facebook surges to 400 million users. According to Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Today we’re celebrating our sixth birthday, and this week there will be 400 million people on Facebook. Just one year ago

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Hovercards: Twitter New Profile Preview Feature


According to Mashable, Twitter has just introduced a new feature for its users: Hovercards, a new way to access profile information without actually visiting someone’s profile. In an announcement, Twitter Spokesperson Jenna Sampson discussed how the new feature works: “Hovercards

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Facebook Now Displays User’s Email with Text


Previously Facebook listed user emails in an image format as a form of security measure to make it difficult for spammers to have access to users’ email.  I noticed from yesterday that they have now replaced this image-email-labels with a

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Uncommon Twitter Apps and Tweeting Tools


Tweete ( m.tweete.net): Tweete is a light weight (14KB) mobile client that should work well on old  or low tech phones and/or slow networks.  Tweete manages to include a lot of features like quick action icons for direct messaging, @replies,

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Just 4 tweet #1: Mix Quotes


“Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.” –  R. B. Fuller “Without a struggle you can see no progress.” – Fredrick Douglas “I have been all things unholy. If God can work through me, he

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