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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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annotationAPIbloggercommentaryconnectivityconvergencediscontinuedemailfeedsFirefoxFlickrGmailGoogle AndroidGoogle Apps • Google Buzz • Google Inc • Google Mobile Maps • Google Profile • information in contextintegrateInternetiPhonenetwork • personal technology • Picasa Web • sharesocial networkingsocial softwaresoftwaretechnologyTwitterYahoo!YouTube

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Simon Perkins
15 NOVEMBER 2009

The Google Story

"A (very) quick look back at the Google story over the last 11 years. From Stanford to Mountain View and around the world, featuring many different products, starting with BackRub (Search) up to Google Wave, StreetView and Chrome."

(GoogleChannelUK)

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Simon Perkins
15 JUNE 2009

Atomiq: visual folksonomy explanation

"I came up with this diagram to show the differences between tagging approaches ... On the vertical axis, we have tags and whether they are public or private. On the horizontal axis, we have the stuff you would tag in these systems (either yours, other people's, or a mixture). Flickr sits in the middle since it allows you to tag your contacts' photos as well as your own, and to keep some photos (and presumably tags) private. Del.icio.us, of course, lets you tag your own stuff if you want to. I put Furl in the lower right quadrant because it seems to be the only system that lets you keep private tags of others' stuff (properly, it should be closer to Flickr)."
(Gene Smith, 24 January 2005)

[Furl now belongs to Diigo.]

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architectureart • Atomiq • chartdataDel.icio.usdiagram • Diigo • Flickrfolksonomy • Furl • Gmailinformation architecturetagtaggingTechnoratiThomas Vander Walvisualisation

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Simon Perkins
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