Google has finally produced a full-blown social networking product that could give Facebook a run for its money. Thing is, no matter how much better it is than Facebook, it’s an uphill battle in my opinion. Here’s my justifications. The short summary? “Aw man, I *just* got my mother onto Facebook and now something better comes along … “
Google has added a social networking application to GMail, called “Buzz”. Here are some of my thoughts on it.
I’ve found reasons to purchase three applications from the Palm App Catalog: Twee, Word Whirl, and Weatherman. Here’s reviews of all three apps.
This is something new for me; possibly kind of like my other “Political” post, but this isn’t just about politics. This is about a boy and his hero (neither of which are me), and line drawing. It’s about someone I follow on Twitter, and a video they posted of them relating a recent experience …
There are two Twitter applications available from Palm Pre “App Catalog”, Spaz and Tweed. Here’s a review of both applications.
Bah who am I fooling? I don’t blog about anything quickly! I’ve got TwitterBerry, UberTwitter, and TweetCaster on my BlackBerry. Here’s a rundown of features and my feelings on each one.
I’ve had my Blackberry Tour on Sprint for about one day now. Here’s my experiences so far, including issues with transferring from my 8830 to my new 9630. I touch on BES (not a problem if you do it right) and BIS (small problem) accounts. I also talk about TwitterBerry and TwitPic integration.
I noticed a new service being offered for Twitter users: Tweetboard. Tweetboard can organize your Twitter conversations and make them a kind of “microforum” that you can add to your website. I review it’s use, potential purpose, and the potential issues I see with it.
While looking at the search terms that brought people to my other blog posting about Twitter, Cell Phones, and Data Plans, I noted a few queries that weren’t exactly answered in my previous post. So I wrote a new one.