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22 Ago/10

StumbleUpon Brings the Popular Time Passing Web Surfer to iPhone and Android [Downloads]

StumbleUpon Brings the Popular Time Passing Web Surfer to iPhone and Android [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); iOS/Android: Previously mentioned time-passing, sometimes productivity-killing StumbleUpon has just released an iPhone and Android app, tailored specifically to a mobile browsing experience. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: StumbleUpon Brings the Popular Time Passing Web Surfer to...

20 Ott/09

MahTweets is an Impressive, Customizable Facebook and Twitter Client [Downloads]

MahTweets is an Impressive, Customizable Facebook and Twitter Client [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Windows only: Fans of TweetDeck with a preference for open source will love MahTweets, a plugin-based Twitter client that also integrates with Facebook, Flickr, Twitpic, and more, and offers all kinds of handy customizations. The first thing you do upon opening MahTweets is choose what plugins you want to install. Right now it’s only got a few, but they give you the opportunity to choose what networks you want...

16 Ago/09

PicTreat Provides One Stop Photo Retouching [Image Editing]

PicTreat Provides One Stop Photo Retouching [Image Editing]

Have a picture that almost works for a social network profile, but it needs a little pep? PicTreat is a one-stop, all-or-nothing photo-retouching service that can smooth over blemishes, red eye, and more. If you’re an accomplished Photoshop guru, you certainly won’t need PicTreat. For everyone else who has ever needed a simple touchup on a photo and needed it fast, PicTreat is a speedy solution. There are no variables to tweak or settings to refine in PicTreat. You upload a...


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15 Ago/09

Backup and Search Your Friends’ Tweets with Google Reader [Twitter]

Backup and Search Your Friends’ Tweets with Google Reader [Twitter]

Thanks to a combination of RSS magic and Twitter API, it’s possible to search the tweets of everyone in your Twitter network with Google Reader. Here’s how to do it. First, though, why would you want to do this? The native search tool provided by Twitter only tunnels back about a week and a half. Anything beyond that is lost in the ether. Thanks to a handy little tool created by Dave Winer, you can turn your follower list into an RSS feed and import that feed into Google Reader,...

6 Lug/09

Your Deleted Social Network Pics are Probably Still There [Privacy]

Your Deleted Social Network Pics are Probably Still There [Privacy]

Tech site Ars Technica saw a university study reporting that photos and other images posted by Facebook, MySpace, and other social network users are often left on those services’ servers long after the posters hit “delete.” They put that finding to the test. Images posted to Flickr and Twitter were immediately gone upon refreshing, but images could still be found on Facebook and MySpace’s servers two months later, with both companies saying the issue was one of...

10 Apr/09

Constant Contact with Your Boss Makes You Productive (Seriously) [Work]

Constant Contact with Your Boss Makes You Productive (Seriously) [Work]

A detailed study of 2,600 IBM workers’ communications found those with “strong connections” to their bosses over IM, email, and social networks generate noticeably more billable hours. Seems unlikely, right? Well, yes and no. Photo by jurvetson . The big caveats to this study involve the profession they’re in—IT consulting. That means that their financial imperative is to draw more billable hours out of the time and communication they put into IBM’s...

4 Mar/09

You Probably Have About 150 Real Friends [Social Networks]

You Probably Have About 150 Real Friends [Social Networks]

That’s according to anthropologist Robin Dunbar, who found that the average person has five “core” friends, 10 more in immediate circles, and two more acquaintance rings. How does this stack up to your Facebook count? [via] (Fonte: Lifehacker) (Link) Technorati Tags: anthropologist, average person, circles, real friends, robin dunbar, social networks