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Social Media Softwares

RockMelt: New Social Browser

Meet Rockmelt, the new browser in town. It is made for sharing and it defies the norm of web browsers.

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Social Media

Digg Bury Button Returned

The revolt against the new Digg prompted the return of a much-missed feature, bury button

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Social Media

Twitter Ads, Promoted Tweets, Comes to Hootsuite

Starting today Twitter is rolling out its ad platform, Promoted Tweets, to more than 900,000 Hootsuite users.

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Disable Facebook Group Chat

Due to insistent public demand, Facebook now has an option to disable the group chat.

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Social Media

New Feedburner RSS and Problem in Technorati

Over the weekend, I configured my Feedburner feeds and email subscription link and it took me several hours to get the result that I really wanted. It has been a long while since I used Feedburner so it was quite frustrating but rewarding at the same time. I really appreciate what Google did in improving […]

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Delicious Bookmarks: Always Mark As Private

I was thankful when Delicious introduced private bookmarks on March 2006 but until today, the functionality is still lacking more controls or options.

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My User Icon in Diggnation Mosaic

I use this user icon in Digg.com. This tiny 16 x 16 version is used in each user comment and news postings. You can actually browse the user icons from Google image. Anyway here\’s the Diggnation Mosaic. Try to spot my user icon. LOL. link: Diggnation Mosaic Digg news: Giant Diggnation mosiac assembled from ~4,000 […]