Tag: social networks

Social Network for Feelings?

At first, many of you will think Moonri.se is a silly and useless idea. Who would want a service that is basically a twitter for emotions and feelings? Can’t we just post how we feel already on Twitter, our blogs and other mediums? Sure, we can…

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Twitter Hashtags and Groups

As your list of friends grows on Twitter, the amount of messages that scroll across your screen increases exponentially. Pretty soon it becomes impossible to catch messages directed your way in real-time. Ultimately you have to resort to backtracking or using a search tool like TweetScan…

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AntiSocial Network

While having lunch without my trusty laptop and its aircard, I rather enjoyed being outside with a new book I’ve been meaning to read. It was a pleasant change of pace being “offline” and “disconnected” from the world for a brief period of time. Sure, I…

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You 2.0

It can be overwhelming when you consider the magnitude of your digital life today. In the past, you just needed to know your name, social security number and perhaps some other basic information such as your phone numbers and home address. Today, thanks to the amazing…

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Create Your Own LinkedIN Network for the Enterprise

LinkedIN is a fantastic networking service for business contacts, but wouldn’t it be even more useful if you could build your own version of this service within your own enterprise? Obviously, you would start with the relationships internally among all employees and then have links to…

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Social Networks for Book Worms

Yes, even book lovers have their own social networks these days. The two best sites appear to be Shelfari and Library Thing. All others don’t stack up (ha ha..er..um sorry). Here is a quick review: ***New*** BookBump is described as the iTunes for books. The interface…

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How to Build Your Own Social Network in the Enterprise for Free

Believer it or not, you can actually build a social network for your enterprise for free. Thanks to Microsoft’s free Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) and free SQL Server 2005 Express database, you can design and deploy an entirely new collaborative intranet or social network for your…

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Vizster: Visualizing Social Networks

Vizster was a project from 2004 developed by Jeffrey Heer and Danah Boyd that focussed on Visualizing social networks. I don’t know whatever became of this interesting approach to viewing social networks, but I hope someone continues their impressive groundwork. I have no doubt that we…

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iMedix: Social Network for Patients

iMedix is unlike any other social network you will ever join. It isn’t just a social network for patients, but more accurately for anyone who is interested in health and medical information. It’s primary reason for being, you will quickly discover, is to help people connect…

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The Time of Your Life (Online)

Circavie is a service that lets you create visual timelines of anything you want to document online. Each entry can include hyperlinks, images, text and even comments. You can navigate the timelines via the arrows at the bottom of the screen or by clicking anywhere on…

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