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Posts Tagged ‘social web’

Rockmelt. A new browser for social sharing.

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Re-imagined for how you use the Web.

Rockmelt is a social web browser deeply integrated with both Facebook and Twitter with it’s “edges” which are filled with friends that are online and feeds that you follow.

RockMelt does more than just navigate Web pages. It makes it easy for you to do the things you do every single day on the Web: share and keep up with your friends, stay up-to-date on news and information, and search. Its FAST, secure, and stable because it’s built on Chromium, (the open source project behind Google’s Chrome browser.)

Your World Built into Your Browser

No more wading through each site’s goofy share widget or copy-pasting URLs. They built sharing directly into the browser, right next to the URL bar.

Like a site or story? Click “Share” –BOOM – link shared. You can use it post any site/page to Facebook or tweet about it on Twitter. It’s  just one click away.

In the meantime, enjoy the phototastic show…and get an invite which are driven through your Facebook friends (I have 3, ask me!) because this experience is not to be missed!

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Social circles and influence

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Why people think social influence is an “online phenomena” is beyond me.

I’m kinda over the whole “social networking” terminology because it’s NOT new. It’s not even something that needs extraneous amounts of explanation.

If you were ever:

  • In a sorority
  • Art class
  • Yearbook staff
  • Bridge club with neighbors
  • PTA
  • Swim club/country club
  • Finals Club at Harvard

Yes? Then you have been social networking your whole life.

The “media” portion of “social networking”  (ie: social media) only relates to how technology enables and connects like minded individuals together and expands influence amongst one another- far beyond what we would ever have the time to do in person. The social web, and all social media that operate within it, is a way of thinking and communicating as opposed to a new channel.

Why?

It’s 100% behaviorally driven. New technology doesnʼt change how our brains work. For thousands of years, people have formed into groups, built strong and weak relationships with others, formed allegiances, and spread rumor and gossip. The emergence of the social web is simply our online world catching up with our offline world. (more…)

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