Nutshellmail Improves Their Twitter and Facebook Message Aggregating Service

Nutshellmail just made a major improvement in their message aggregating service, which I mentioned in a previous post. They’re now calling it The DVR for Your Social Networks.

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Nutshell Mail: Tool For Coping with Information Overload

nushellmailThanks to reading the post NutshellMail Brings Twitter and Facebook Right to Your Email Box on Steven Rubel’s Lifestream Blog on Posterous, I discovered NutshellMail, a great tool for coping with information and inbox overload.¬† [See this from CNN on just how overloaded we are these days] Despite how flawed e-mail can be as a means of communication, it’s certainly one that’s been adopted heavily and will probably not be replaced anytime soon. And as social media continues to become a bigger part of our daily lives and businesses, it’s difficult to know what to check first and when. And because social networking sites like Facebook, Linkedin, and Twitter send us message updates via e-mail, this just adds to the clutter in your inbox. Are you tempted just to change those e-mail notification settings sometimes and turning everything off? Well maybe you can do just that and just get a synopsis of all your at exactly the times of day that you’d like.

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Twitter Officially in Bed with Both Bing and Google

In one day, two major announcements happened that will change the face of search forever. Twitter‘s Real-time search is coming to both Bing and Google. Bing also announced that it was going to integrate Facebook‘s public

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How OpenID Can Increase Registrations to Your Site

For anyone who spends a significant amount of time on the Internet exploring new sites, the process of having to create a user name and password for every new site becomes drudgery. It seems that sites  have so many different password rules that make it impossible to create one user name and password for any site you go to. This process undoubtedly turns potential new visitors off and increases site abandon rates.

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