Tag Archive | "Social Media Applications"

Thunderclap: The First Crowdspeaking Platform

Wednesday, July 4, 2012


I’m a big fan of the non-profit campaigns that Droga5 has created over the years. Besides their commercial success, they’ve demonstrated the power of an idea, how it could influence the culture and make a real difference on social issues. As in the lead of their previous strategy director Hashem Bajwa, Droga5 has launched a [...]

Continue reading...

MySkyStatus: Social Updates In The Air

Saturday, October 10, 2009


Profero NYC has just launched a cool branded social app for Lufthansa Airlines that allows anyone, flying any airline, on any flight around the world to automatically post precise updates to their Facebook & Twitter followers about their departure, in flight locations, altitudes, arrival details and more while they are still in the air. Sure [...]

Continue reading...

Brizzly does Twitter better than Twitter

Friday, August 7, 2009


If there were awards for the cutest logo – Brizzly would win hands down. The little bear in the bird suit is one of the best mascots for a web application I’ve seen since the MailChimp. But Brizzly is more than just cute, Thing Labs have brought the powerful ideas and features that make web [...]

Continue reading...

Most Web 2.0 Companies Fail

Tuesday, May 19, 2009


I read an interesting post the other day on mashable about how most web 2.0 startups fail. So I thought I’d better post-up the image for everyone to see and hopefully cast your opinions. The conversation originally started with Meg Pickards post on her blog with a somewhat interesting view on the potential of social media [...]

Continue reading...

Skimmer: Fallon’s Social Media Application

Sunday, March 29, 2009


It’s here, finally, “Skimmer” is a social media application that lets you stream all your social media content into one sleek skimmer interface where you can hook up all your facebook, twitter, flickr, youtube & blogger accounts together so you save bucketloads of time managing them all. Plus, it’s built with the new Adobe Air, which will greatly [...]

Continue reading...