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The New Social Networks set to take on Twitter – Meet Subjot and Heello

By | August 14th, 2011|Categories: Social Networks|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

New Social Networks set to take on Twitter Yes, new social networks launched recently - Subjot and Heello.  We've all heard about Google+ the project that aims to make sharing on the web more like sharing in real life is its claim. With its Circles, Sparks and Hangouts it makes it a little different to Twitter and Facebook. However in the past two weeks we  have seen two new kids on the block. Subjot - Created by Chris and Becky Carella and launched on the 4th of August  - in private beta. The main element  is that is Chris and Becky believe that social networks can be overwhelming and sometimes we just want to read what we need to, not everything else at the same time.  So they have introduced Subjects in such a format that sets them apart from all other social networks, in my opinion. Subjects Instead of following a particular person on Subjot you actually just follow the subject - A user might have 4 subjects -  music, tech, windsurfing, cricket. You might like this person and find [...]

Noah Everett – Founder of Twitpic Arrested #update

By | June 29th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |

  Bit of gossip for you ....... Noah Everett who founded Twitpic the media sharing site,  tweeted from his twitter account today that he had been arrested and was in the back of the cop car and even posted a twitpic of it. He tweeted later that he got a ride home as he couldn't walk down the street half naked, I'm assuming he just had his top off as he does like a pose. :)  I've seen reports that said he was actually naked, this clearly isn't what he put said on his twitter account. The picture he posted on twitter was supposedly proof of him in the backseat of a police car looking out towards the windscreen and a laptop - http://twitpic.com/5igfmy and it has now had 46k views, but people don't know what it is or what is going on. There  has been no confirmed reports of the "arrest", but he's sure attracted a lot of attention from his  2,799,198 followers! Interested to see what he says next, maybe I'm just nosy :) Update: Earlier Noah confirmed on Twitter, that he was in fact [...]

Twitter Photo-Sharing Service – Bad for Twitpic!

By | May 31st, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |

No doubt you would have heard by now that Twitter's CEO Dick Costolo is announcing the launch of a photo-sharing service this week, we first heard it was a rumour from Techcrunch however since then allthingsd.com confirmed that the image sharing service is going to be announced on Wednesday at All Things D's D9 California Conference. I hadn't seen this report myself until I asked Robert Scoble about it yesterday and he told me where it had been confirmed so it must be true, unless All things D are lying. Ev said earlier today ... So who knows what the truth is, I guess we will find out soon enough. Twitter clearly wants to overturn these 3rd parties, and has said so previously.  We also saw this with Tweetdeck being bought by Twitter and now Twitpic and Yfrog will be the ones being pushed out or bought?  What does this mean for other rival 3rd party applications? This comes at a good time; as users are complaining about Twitpic's  Terms of Service which unmistakably states ... By uploading content to Twitpic you [...]