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  • The Social Media Minute #12

    Social Media moves so fast, its hard to keep up. Here's the week's top stories, in scan-friendly format. This Week: * Embedded GMail Video is Deeper than you Think * Reference Extract: Google, Except by Smart People * Apple Building a Search Engine? * Twingr-- Make Your Own Twitter * 30 Different Uses for RSS Embedded GMail Video is Deeper than you Think You may or may not have noticed a new feature in your GMail account: embedded video chat. It launched a couple of days

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  • Social Media Classroom: New Way of Teaching

    What happens when you take Web 2.0 tools like blogs, wikis, chat rooms, video conferencing and forums; mix them with a popular open-source CMS and apply this solution to the education environment? This is exactly what Social Media Classroom (SMC) is doing in hopes of bringing two-way dialogue and interaction

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  • Browser Wars: Flock Upgrades, Adds MySpace Support

    Flock, the self-proclaimed Social Web browser, recently released version 2.0 with a few notable upgrades, including the integration of their most requested service, MySpace. That’s right, you read that correctly, the browser that relies on social networking for popularity and downloads just integrated the biggest social network of all.

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  • GoDaddy Goes Simple Social Media Route

    Not as Web-savvy as you’d like to be? Well, GoDaddy just solved that problem with the release of SmartSpace -- an inexpensive, no-skills-needed tool for building instant Web sites complete with your popular social media widgets of choice.

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  • New Silverlight 2 Is All Things Next Generation

    Microsoft released Silverlight 2, a new version of its solution for creation and delivery of Rich Internet Applications (RIA's) through a Web browser.

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  • Google Gears Up to Offer Web Search Results as RSS

    Ever wanted to stay on top of Google search results in an easy and manageable way? Google has long offered its users the ability to subscribe to search results via email. The company has recently announced its intention to soon offer search results via RSS feeds as well.

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  • Browser Wars: Is Opera 9.6 a Hit or a Miss?

    Opera Software announced the release of the newest version of their Web browser, Opera 9.6. With as much gusto as we imagine a software company can possibly muster, their Web browser boasts not only speed and performance improvements, but also a variety of new features. Fancy New Functionality Things

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  • Shyftr Takes Full RSS Feeds Then Says Oops

    Shyftr, which stands for "Share Your Feeds Together" is a service that attempts to mix a feed reader and a social networking site all in one place, where you can share your feeds with your friends and find similar feeds.

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  • Mochila Sees the Power of Syndication

    Mochila Sees the Power of Syndication Mochila is again on the move. The online media marketplace for text, photo, and video content just introduced an application programming interface for Syndication. This API gives publishers the ability to automatically connect their content management and web publishing systems to Mochila’s high-quality rights-managed content. Members have the option to customize real time feeds through this open

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  • Webinar: RSS as a Foundation for Enterprise 2.0 Strategy

    If you've got an hour or so tomorrow afternoon, learning more about RSS and its role in Enterprise 2.0 may be worth your while.Tomorrow at 2 PM EST (11 PST), join NewsGator at a webinar about how the implementation of social technologies (blogs, wikis, you know the drill)

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  • Google Leaps Yahoo, Grabs FeedBurner

    As recently confirmed by the prolific Arrington, Google is slated to acquire FeedBurner in a US$ 100 million deal.

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  • Popfly Mashes in a Manner Most Cool

    Loath to ever be left out of a sandbox Yahoo! and Google have already begun to play in, last Friday Microsoft brought mash-up tool Popfly to the light of day. Like its predecessors Yahoo! Pipes and Google's RSS API, Popfly promises to be the Web mash-up builder "for the

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  • Vignette Delivers Architecture of Participation

    As the desire to use Web 2.0 technologies moves inside the enterprise, content management system providers are scrambling to build solutions to meet the new demand. Vignette is the latest to fall in line, with the release of a new version of their collaboration platform.

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  • RSS, JavaScript Wed Over AJAX

    Google is working on a new AJAX API that will enable the good user -- that's you -- to post feeds to your web properties with just a wee bit of simple JavaScript.

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