Exciting times for online interactions

Wow, hot on the heels of the ADN (app.net) revolution, Diaspora today announced that it will become a community driven project.This excites me on a number of levels. App.net is being shaped by the users and developers, as it set out to. Diaspora will now follow a similar path.This has to be a good thing.…… Continue reading Exciting times for online interactions

Blogsy…. testing

I’ve just downloaded Blogsy after watching a couple of the tutorial videos. It seems like a great way to connect your various media streams to your blogs, making photo and image selection (and video) very easy when drafting a blog post. The drag and drop (from your Picasa, Flickr, YouTube accounts) feature works very well…… Continue reading Blogsy…. testing

Chime.in for iPhone updated to v1.3

Just a quick post to highlight a new version of the Chime.in app. This release, version 1.3, brings with it an increased comment character limit (400), video upload, cross-post to Twitter and Facebook from the composer and the ability to like/dislike/reply to comments. I am @iCraigt on Twitter.

A new Warwicktweetup website?

Yup, the Warwicktweetup team don’t rest for long (ever?) and it seems they have already redesigned the website, with the expert help of @surefyre and @liquidblu_….. it’s due for release “soon”. Head over to the Warwicktweetup Youtube channel for a glimpse of what’s coming, or watch below….. Video produced by LiquidBlu If you are in…… Continue reading A new Warwicktweetup website?

Memolane updates

Meghan Krane (@meghan_krane), the Community Manager over at Memolane, today dropped an email with some much anticipated updates to the excellent Memolane service.  The changes highlighted in the email (see below) are all around privacy settings.  I particularly like the idea of being able to set the privacy settings for individual feeds (services).  One of…… Continue reading Memolane updates