Monthly Archives: March 2010

19 MarPlacethings to bring Social Media to Augmented Reality?

Tech startup Placethings is doing what I’d hoped augmented reality would do, putting user-generated media into physical locations using the multimedia and geotagging capabilities of today’s mobile devices. The service will capture any type of multimedia; such as pictures, video, audio and text and will ‘place’ this content in a physical location by linking it […]

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18 MarWhat’s missing?

Lying in bed tonight I was thinking about my Twitter stream (yes, I know that’s weird) and asked myself “what’s missing?” I didn’t mean “what’s missing from the service?” I meant “what’s missing from my use of it?” Today I asked a question about car seats and received a reply from three blogger moms that […]

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15 Mar“Don’t follow us on Twitter…”

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12 MarOrganize your Twitter stream with lists

Today I had to move some of the people I follow on Twitter into a list entitled “oversharers“.  They post great stuff so I don’t want to unfollow them, but having them in my main Twitter stream kills.  Now I can go check out what they are posting about anytime I want without having them […]

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08 MarSocial media filters, moving forward from now

Twitter has lists & hashtags. That’s fine. Facebook has lists, groups, pages, fine-grain privacy controls and the ability to hide users from our stream. That’s fine. So what’s the problem??? — Relevance! Is the data relevant for you in this moment? If you work in the tech world or even (and especially) in the social […]

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