Thursday, October 23, 2008

deskNET Invites You For Public Beta Of Social Network Aggregator, Sobees.

deskNET, a Switzerland-based Social media company has debuted a public beta version of Sobees today. Sobees plan to mash up your desktop and the social web. Some of the things that is touting to do is to allow you to update your status messages across Facebook and Twitter. Sobees also enables you to drag and drop files to a variety of online services, like dragging pictures Sobee and uploading them directly to your Flickr account.

The site has been very busy and thus slow, I have not been able to test any of the said tasks yet but I am looking forward to it.
So for now you can follow tecrunch's article that covers most of Sobees, as they are familiar with the startup.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

WEB 2.0, Got A Question For Mark Zuckerberg?

I just read that John Battelle is going to interview a whole bunch of interesting folks like at Chris DeWolfe, Edgar Bronfman, Larry Brilliant, Lance Armstrong, Paul Otellini, Jack Klues, Michael Pollan, Elon Musk, Shai Agassi, and many more at WEB 2.0 Summit. (I got my invitation already and if you follow the link you might be able to get an invitaion!)
But he has got all his questions ready for everyone but like to know what he should ask from Mark Zuckerberg? (Spare Change?)
Visit the site and leave a comment! You might get your question answered!

Saturday, October 04, 2008


You have seen the debates and you yourself debated about the merits of your party and your candidates. You may have seen numerous people working harder than ever before to make this election a better one. You see the rallies, you hear and read about causes but at the end it would not matter if you DO not VOTE. So please vote for your chosen candidate!
Everyone in the United States are gearing up for the elections. and some are starting their own campaigns for elections, like the video below with some of your entertainers like, Leonardo DiCaprio, will.i.am, Tobey Maguire, Forrest Whitaker and a bunch more.

Google is also working hard to bring you the information like Google's Voter Info Map (Voting location information will be available by mid-October.). This map brings together registration, absentee and early voting information in one place. (Mobile version is available at m.google.com/elections.)
Also check out the Voting Information Project and the League of Women Voters for more information. There will be nothing more that bring joy to weseepeople than to see People voting!