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27 DECEMBER 2010

North Carolina State University: aggregating shared Twitter feeds

"NC State on Twitter takes all of the official NC State University Twitter accounts we know about and shows the most recent 'tweets' in one combined timeline. No more scouring the social media sphere to find out who's in and who's not–it's all right here, pulled straight from Twitter every time you load the page. ...

NC State on Twitter is a collaborative project shared jointly by University Communications and the Office of Information Technology (specifically Web Communications and Outreach Technology respectively). If you would like to create your own site like NC State on Twitter, you can download the source and use it for free."

(North Carolina State University)



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Simon Perkins
12 FEBRUARY 2010

Google Buzz: more sharing and integrating through Gmail

"Google Buzz ...automatically brings social networking into Gmail and the rest of the Google–sphere. Whether or not you're big on social networking sites like Twitter or Facebook, Buzz offers a somewhat new and intriguing approach."

(Adam Pash, 9 February 2010, Lifehacker)



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Simon Perkins
08 JUNE 2005

Semi-lattice relationships through RSS aggregation

"With the use of RSS it is possible not only for blogs to exist in a semi–lattice relationship online but also for users to access their information in a semi–latticed sense where RSS feeds can be rearranged, ordered or, perhaps most notably, received in what the co–creator of RSS, Dave Winer, calls a 'river of news' aggregator [Winer, 2005]. As a result of this ease of management of large amounts of information and complete control over subscription to that, the number of potential interrelationships between writer and reader is almost unlimited and drawn from control being centred on the user."

(James Farmer 2005, Blogtalk Downunder)

Proceedings of the Blogtalk Downunder Conerence, 19–22 May 2005, Sydney, Australia.



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