• AOL Starts To Get Social Again, Acquires SocialThing!

    AOL Starts To Get Social Again, Acquires SocialThing!

    Boulder, Colorado based socialthing! has been acquired by AOL.  Although the  lifestreaming service only launched five months ago in private beta, AOL deemed it supposedly fit with their model.  Socialthing! is a FriendFeed competitor that I have found to be a little more intuitive and easy to use. A unique feature Socialthing! has is the
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  • Golden generation dominates social media in South Africa

    Golden generation dominates social media in South Africa

    Social media networks have gained interest from users of all ages in South Africa as the golden generation has become the fastest growing age group on these sites, according to this year’s South African Social Media Landscape research.

  • SXSW 2010 Interactive Vote For My Panel

    SXSW 2010 Interactive Vote For My Panel

    Would really appreciate it, if you guys could vote for the panel I have suggested to the South By Southwest (www.sxsw.com) community.  There is a good chance with many of your new votes, that I could finally get to present there.  It is something I have wanted to do for a few years, but never
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  • eyeOS Releases First Web-Based Open Source OS

    eyeOS Releases First Web-Based Open Source OS

    A project I’ve had my eyes on for quite some time — eyeOS — released in Version 1.0 ‘Dahlia’ over the weekend. eyeOS is like one collection of tools and utilities put together to create the feeling of an actual virtual OS — including a file structure and windows/dialogues. What’s better, it’s open source. You
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  • Facebook Deal in The Next Few Hours?

    Facebook Deal in The Next Few Hours?

    If we are to go by the New York Post, Google is all set to beat Microsoft in the Facebook investment deal. Apparently, both of the giants Microsoft and Google have been vouching for 5 and 10% stake in the social networking phenomenon Facebook. Like I said, the deal is expected to be announced anytime
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  • 200 GoodBarry Invites for Rev2 Readers

    200 GoodBarry Invites for Rev2 Readers

    Brett Welch, co-founder of GoodBarry, was kind enough to give us 200 exclusive invites for Rev2 readers. The invite gives you 3 months of free GoodBarry — the normal service price being $39/month. You can do just about anything during the three month period from creating a website to setting up an e-mail marketing solution.
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