Keep Tabs on Your Friends With PeopleBrowsr - Conclusion
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Weíre expected to constantly multi-task both at home and work, but in reality thereís only so much a person can do at once. The same applies to socializing online; if you're making comments on FriendFeed, you're not keeping as close an eye on Twitter. If youíre staring at your TweetDeck all day getting Twitter updates, you're not seeing everything that might be happening on FriendFeed or LinkedIn, Flickr or YouTube.
Managing all of these sites and contacts can obviously be a difficult task. Itís because of scenarios like this that many people are throwing up their hands in frustration when it comes to social networking.
PeopleBrowsr, which is very much in alpha, makes the overwhelming amount of constant data less about the information and more about the individuals themselves, as you can see all your friends activities on their various social networks, see who their friends are and get real-time updates, on one screen, from more than one network at a time. Social media nuts will surely find PeopleBrowsr endlessly intriguing because any time you can find a tool that allows you to receive and manage all of your updates in a more simplified way, well, itís a great day -- and thanks to PeopleBrowsr , that day has arrived.
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