Keep Tabs on Your Friends With PeopleBrowsr
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If you participate in several different social networks, you know how easy it can be to lose track of one or the other. A number of companies have tried to come up with a way to let users see all of their social networks and their activity in one place. Success has been mixed. PeopleBrowsr, however, may change all that. Keep reading to find out how well it rises to this modern challenge.
It may be a difficult fact for some folks to accept, but much of our socializing now takes place online. The popularity of sites such as MySpace and Facebook truly illustrates our dependency on the web for quick, hassle-free communication with friends and loved ones. Social networking sites, as they’re called, are used for staying in touch with old friends, meeting new ones and staying connected to family members. Keeping track of everyone on various sites, including social sites and nanoblogs such as Twitter and FriendFeed , can get a bit chaotic. Thankfully, there’s something new on the web that will help you stay up to date and organized when it comes to the goings-on of everyone you know.
A new service called PeopleBrowsr , which is currently in its alpha stage, allows users to view all of their activity streams from various social sites and keep tabs on their various online identities. The service also adds additional features to Twitter, such as the ability to group all contacts. Now you can update your networks, follow your friends, organize your favorites and search for content across networks that include Flickr, YouTube, LinkedIn, Digg, Seesmic, identi.ca, Photobucket and more, all from the same place. PeopleBrowsr solves a lot of problems, but it also poses a few difficulties along the way. Let’s take a look at some of the specifics concerning this new social service...
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