It might look like Google Chrome at first, but RockMelt is an interesting new browser (in an already crowded sea of browsers) that aims to integrate social networking and sharing into the web browsing experience like never before.
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As anyone alive during the dot-com boom (and bust) will tell you, sometimes it just doesn’t pay to be a trailblazer.
It’s great being able to use foursquare and Gowalla to check into your favorite restaurants, bars, and concert halls, but how many times have you found yourself wishing you could check into a movie or TV show and then share it with friends?
By now you’ve probably heard of foursquare, the newest wave in social networking that uses geolocation to track and reward users for “checking in” to restaurants, bars, and other venues. In fact, you might be one of the millions people who use it on a regular basis.
It’s nothing new that social media is a deeply-integrated part of modern life — especially among members of the younger generations — but what you might not realize is how your personal life can (and often will) affect your professional life.
Twitter might have started off as a niche network for techies and social media early adopters, but now the most famous people in the world have hopped on the 140-character bandwagon and are vying to have the most followers.
The pop princess broke records this year by becoming the first person on Twitter to reach 5 million followers.
A full set of features and super-flexible customization options make this Twitter app a no-brainer for Android users.
KitchenBug features recipes created and tested by its members, with handy cooking instructions and a networking feature that allows users to interact and swap advice.
A social networking website for food enthusiasts and cooks: upload and collect recipes to form your own virtual recipe box.