meets twitter meets IM at

July 30, 2008 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

It’s a real-time with IM, Google Notebook and Twitter built in. No, really. That’s what feels like. It’s a browser within a browser, in which you do your everyday surfing, but round the outside you see what your friends and the public are browsing. And they see yours. You get lists of the most popular sites (which you can vote thumbs-up and thumbs-down on), you can clip a site to your personal notebook, and leave comments against a site. There’s an IM facility to send real-time messages to fellow browsers, too.

What’s it for? Well I’ve found a few interesting sites already, been reminded about some that have dropped off my radar, and generally had fun following other people around the web.

You’d probably not use it for visiting stuff that you don’t want the world to know about – but for formal or informal collaboration it’s a great new way to approach the same kind of sharing that, Google Reader and Twitter provide.

Go on, have a go. And add me as a friend so I can see what you’re up to.


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