I can’t believe how often I now hear the word twitter throughout my day anymore; from the local National Public Radio station telling me to ‘follow them on twitter,’ to local news networks boasting about how they are now tweeting, even my 50 something year old boss chats up her tweeting savviness. Every blog and […]
Entries Tagged ‘web tools’
Overview: friendfeed is a noble attempt to bring the countless social media applications out there under one roof, to make it easy to keep up with every bookmark, video, link, review, RSS, and otherwise that your friends might be posting on the internet. Unfortunately, friendfeed still has some work to do.
Overview: Mister Wong is a social bookmarking site that has a decent following, especially in Europe. While it does have a few unique features that distinguish it from other bookmarking sites like Digg and Reddit, Mister Wong is not the most effective tool for American users.
Overview: Yelp is an incredible online community of locals and travelers that have honest opinions about everything. Through user reviews and ratings, you can find a wealth of information on the best and worst places to eat, visit, and do business with from restaurants to dentists. Yelp is a powerful tool with both business and […]