Browsing articles from "August, 2007"

My BlogDay Picks

BlogDay has finally arrived and here are my five recommendations: 1) Chris Brogan – I was introduced to Chris through Jeff Pulver and have been addicted to his blog ever since. Chris is a social media and networking expert. He works as community developer for Video on the Net and Network2. He is also co-founder of PodCamp, a […]

I recently received an email from Steinar Skipsnes letting me know about OthersOnline . This is is a new social service that matches people by their similar queries, as well as Web surfing habits and preferred interests. OthersOnline stands out from other social sites with its browser toolbar which enables the user to see who else is reading or interested […]

Finally! You don’t need to Google someone’s name with the word Twitter in order to find them on the site anymore. Twitter has added a people search functionality so now you can easily find your friends. Twitter has also added GMail address book import, something they should have done a long time ago. Contacts who […]

Spock which publicly launched August 8th, is a new people search engine, helping users find and discover other people on the Web. It was founded by Jaideep Singh (CEO) and Jay Bhatti (VP Product) and received $7 million in financing from Clearstone Venture Partners and Opus Capital Ventures, months before the beta service was even planned […]

Aniboom is a premier animation network that partners with animators around the world for multiplatform distribution of original content.  Driven by the passion of the art form, professional animators, animation students, and animation fans come to this community to create, watch and share a wide range of animated shorts and series. Yesterday Aniboom added some interesting new […]

Here’s a demo by Rodney Rumford from Face Reviews, showing how Facebook works on iPhone. As you can see, the design and performance of the application are simply amazing. With the iPhone Facebook application you can access: News feed, events, friend requests, profile, info, walls, photos, friends, email (sent, delete, send), friend status, friends online, friends photos, search […]

My friend Niv Calderon wrote a great post a few days ago about the correct usage of tags and the optimization of text for search engines. Unfortunately, many of you won’t be able to read it because it’s in Hebrew, so we both agreed that it would definitely be worthwhile to translate it for all […]


Did You Know 2.0

I found this amazing video made by Karl Fisch, Scott McLeod, and XPLANE, on Chris Brogan’s blog, and wanted to share it with you. This presentation will definitely leave you with some food for thought:     Technorati tags: web 2.0, Karl Fisch, Scott McLeod, XPLANE, Chris Brogan, youtube

As a follow-up to my Survey on Social Networks Worldwide post, I am curious to hear from you guys, which is your favorite social network and why. I myself must stick with Facebook for the time being. I like the fact that not everyone can see my profile; that I can add and learn about […]


Jerusalem Rocks

On September 9th, my friend Jeff Pulver along with a few other interesting people are organizing an international music event in support of peace and unity. The event will be held in Jerusalem and will feature the Black Eyed Peas, along with Arrested Development, and The Commitments (yes, the band from the movie). The mission of Jerusalem Rocks: “Jerusalem […]