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Seizing on Orkut's momentum in Asia and Latin America, Google moves to revamp its social networking site and take aim at Facebook and MySpace If it's not about MySpace and Facebook, then the breathless buzz that surrounds online social networking often gravitates to names such as Bebo and CyWorld. Then there's Orkut.
Introduction Because, to paraphrase a pop music lyric from a certain rock and roll band of yesterday, " the Web is old, the Web is new, the Web is all, the Web is you ", it seems like we might have to face up to some of these stark realities [ n1 ]. With the introduction of new social software applications such as blogs, wikis, newsfeeds, social networks, and bookmarking tools (the subject of this paper), the claim that Shelley Powers makes in a Burningbird blog entry [ 1 ] seems apposite: " This is the user's web now, which means it's my web and I can make the rules. " Reinvention is revolution – it brings us always back to beginnings. We are here going to remind you of hyperlinks in all their glory, sell you on the idea of bookmarking hyperlinks, point you at other folks who are doing the same, and tell you why this is a good thing.
<img alt="Hacks Authors' Feed" src="http://hackszine.com/hacks_authors_feed.jpg" width="499" height="236" /> Here’s a special post from Hackszine – great way to follow all the authors from our HACKS series…. Ed note: In this guest post, veteran Hacks series author Paul Bausch takes on a challenge that’s been on my todo list for a while, providing a solution that should be of immediate interest to all readers of this site and just might serve as a seed for future hacking around here. I have a shelf full of O’Reilly Hacks books across a wide range of subjects. I contributed a couple in the Web Applications category, but I also have Hacks books about digital photography, hardware, scripting languages, gaming, and operating systems.
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