Stupid idea to try and evolve comments potential rather then content’s potential itself (That’s just I am saying). But then, there are some bloggers / webmasters who might be conscious about every part of their site. They won’t even leave comments at peace. Well! Here is a system which can turn your blog’s comments system into live social streams. Echo is the commenting system for blogs and sites. It’s the way to share your content, and watch the live reaction. You can quickly embed Echo on WordPress, Blogger, or any website and turn your static pages into a real-time stream of diggs, tweets, comments and more. Its not free :)
Here is how parents specially Moms stalk their kids on social networking websites e.g. Facebook and Twitter to monitor their activities.
Facebook, Twitter and other networking websites are alright but here is a really special website which can change your life. And its social too. Why settle for just socializing when you can have social learning too? You can socialize besides learning your math or computers. Get Better Grades in Less Time and have some socialism too. I am imagining that this is the single social place where there would be just college geeks.
Spoke is a social networking place where you can search for professional people. Need to connect with potential customers or partners? Looking for great job candidates? Spoke has the solution for you!
Consider Internet as a university and Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Wikipedia, Deviantart and YouTube as its students. Who would be the professor? Elontirien drew these all students as characters. Let’s see how YouTube or Facebook look like when these are drawn as visual actual characters.
Consider the case in which your GTalk messenger remains always online but you have to move for short periods of time from in front of your PC, in case your Boss calls or you want to prepare some coffee for you; while your buddies (or some special buddy!) are going mad sending you messages and pings at GTalk but they receive no reply. You need an auto responder.
Where there is Social networking, there is a little or no privacy at all. What’s wrong with all this virtual social media? Humans need privacy sometimes! There are some ways, though! You can use some tools (web apps) to have a little privacy for you and your visitors. You can communicate with the visitors of your social networking profiles and your blog. Yahoo seems to have some answer to that…Seriously whenever a visitor of a blog notices a box saying the author is online, he feels himself tempted to talk to him using that box. It feels private, personal yet social.