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Facebook Head of Brand Design Paul Adams says mobile, small networks and aggregation of data are the three trends to watch in 2013. Adams wrote about these trends on his blog , giving insight into what he’d like his team and other companies to think about when building on the Facebook platform. Mobile The first area Adams addresses is mobile — something a lot of people are talking about but perhaps aren’t fully understanding. “Stop thinking about devices,” he says and instead focus on the concept of mobile meaning “access to any information anywhere in the world.” This shift has so many implications for people and industries, but the one Adams points to is commerce.
Over the last year, you have told us about the ways you’ve been recording and sharing your lives on Path — things like summer road trips and high school graduations, a baby’s first words, and hundreds of sunsets. You also used Path in ways we could have never imagined. You shared screenshots of songs playing on your iPod, photos of notes to friends and family, videos of the weather, pictures of menus, and more.
That was a tough headline to write, because it was difficult to summarize what the Click.to app does in one short sentence. But if you’re a Windows user, I encourage you to check it out anyway (Mac folks will have to wait a couple more weeks). If you’re anything like me, you use the CTRL-C command a lot. What Click.to does is display an ‘action bar’ whenever you copy something to your clipboard – whether it’s a photo, text or an Excel spreadsheet – that enables you to share the file in question to a variety of social networking and other online services, or other Web-based and even desktop applications. For example.
Elgg 1.8.14 is the latest and recommended version of Elgg. Elgg is available under a dual license, GPL Version 2 and the MIT license. The plugins are only available in the GPL release and so have been removed from the MIT release. Download: 1.8.14 MIT version Elgg 1.7.19 includes important bugfixes and security updates. It is the recommended release if using Elgg 1.7.
How do I add repositories? You can add a repository by dragging a folder to the application. If it is a Git repository, we’ll import all of the history and connect it to your GitHub accounts. If the folder isn’t a Git repository, we’ll prompt you to create a new repository from it. Another great way to add repositories is to clone straight from GitHub.com. After you've installed Mac, you'll get a new button on GitHub.com when you're logged in that allows you to clone with one click.
Intel Capital, the investment arm of Intel, has just announced a $3 million investment in OpenFeint, the comprehensive mobile social gaming platform from Aurora Feint. This latest round brings Aurora Feint’s total funding to $12 million. Earlier this year, the company also took a $5 million investment from Chinese gaming company The9.
Why did you build Percolate Noah: “We are excited about technology, brands, and content and thought there was a better, more scalable, way to help brands create the content they need for the social web.” Why content? James: “As marketers, building a brand has always been about communication. This communication has primarily taken shape as some form of content.”
Almost every day you encounter new places and businesses, whether it’s a new store you spotted on your commute to work, or a restaurant you visited with friends over the weekend. To date, you’ve been able to star places on Google Maps , rate them via Google Places , or add them to a customized map with your own icons and annotations through My Maps . But keeping track of all the locations you care about and memorizing which places you starred or rated isn’t easy. So today, we’re unveiling the new My Places tab on Google Maps, which helps you quickly view and interact with your saved maps, starred locations, and rated businesses.
The company is in discussions with several online music services, including the European company Spotify, to develop a tab or widget that would display a user’s most-played songs and provide an easy way for friends to hear them, two people involved in the discussions said. Facebook wants to do the same for other kinds of media, like video and news, said these people, who spoke only on condition of anonymity because the talks are confidential. Facebook, which has nearly 700 million users, would not comment on its plans.
Description ★★★★★ SoundTracking Millions of music fans love the SoundTracking app and are sharing what they're listening to! It's the best way to tag, share and discover music, together with friends and followers. Right from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you can share the soundtrack of your life by adding photos and captions to your songs, and by dedicating songs to your friends and followers. With instant sharing to Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare, SoundTracking also lets you share your favorite songs and music moments in a beautiful visual way with all of your friends and family.
Following Google's second I/O keynote , we were ushered into a room where a number of the company's executives were on hand to field questions from the press. Or in other terms, dodge bullets and tell us what we're probably not looking to hear. All jesting aside, the Chrome team was rather forthright during the session, and a number of details surrounding the outfit's (potentially game changing) subscription model were unearthed.
Blurb , a veteran self-publishing startup for do-it-yourself book makers, is launching Blurb Mobile for iPhone and iPod Touch Thursday to let users tell stories in a whole new way. The application invites users to create mobile shareable stories using photos, videos and audio sourced from their devices. The idea is to turn mobile users into storytellers with a fast and elegant way to shape their rich media content into engaging stories.
What do you do after working for Apple, a company whose mission seems to be nothing less than disrupting entire industries? Easy. You start a company to create your own ding in the universe. That’s the idea behind Push Pop Press, a digital creation tool designed to blow up the concept of the book. Frictionless self-publishing is a fertile new space, but this particular startup got a little help from former vice president Al Gore, whose exacting demands on an app version of his book Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis gave this would-be company its first real boost. Developed by former Apple employees Mike Matas and Kimon Tsinteris, Push Pop Press will be a publishing platform for authors, publishers and artists to turn their books into interactive iPad or iPhone apps — no programming skills required.