Monday, April 30, 2007

Social Networking Leaves Confines of the Computer - New York Times

It's social networking day... 

The social networking phenomenon is leaving the confines of the personal computer. Powerful new mobile devices are allowing people to send round-the-clock updates about their vacations, their moods or their latest haircut.

New online services, with names like Twitter, Radar and Jaiku, hope people will use their ever-present gadget to share (or, inevitably, to overshare) the details of their lives in the same way they have become accustomed to doing on Web sites like MySpace.

Source: Social Networking Leaves Confines of the Computer - New York Times

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