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Take a look at Thoora , which helps users “Discover What the World is Talking About.” Thoora , which calls itself a news discovery service, finds what is hot in blogs, twitter and traditional news media and displays the stories in real time ordered from mosts buzz to least. Tweets per hour and the “sparkline” of tweet history is shown for each story. When I searched for curation, it came up with six tweets per hour and I found a story I’d missed despite diligent following of the topic.
There is speculation that soon we will all get fed up with Facebook. That we’ll rise up against transparency and demand privacy and control over our drunken photos, frustrated updates and the fact that we “like” Glee. Goodbye Facebook? Despite the fact that he denies wanting to take Facebook public , Mark Zuckerberg has given us the tools to expose our lives piece by piece. Fueled by rumors of his demise, many are predicting the end of Facebook, just as 2011 begins.
Social media moves so fast, it's hard to keep up. Here are the week's top stories in scan-friendly format: Facebook Accounts For 25% of Page Views in U.S. Startup Allows You To Track In-Person Twitter Interactions Yelp Gets Into the Check-in Offer Game Facebook Alternative Diaspora Goes Private Alpha Facebook Accounts For 25% of Page Views in U.S. There is a constant battle going on in the United States by Internet content companies who want to be the online destination.