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MailBrowser for Gmail plugin is interesting, but needs work

MailBrowser is a new Gmail 3rd-party browser plugin that sits in the sidebar, giving you more information about your Gmail contacts. The plugin works by downloading a complete local copy of your email archive from Gmail over IMAP, then cross-referencing it to your Google Contacts in your Google account. I should state up front that the MailBrowser plugin is in beta, and likely to...

ZenBe releases Shareflow, seems similar to Google Wave

We all went ga-ga over Google Wave when it was announced back at Google's I/O conference in May, but except for a very fortunate few, we really don't know what it will be like to use. Today online productivity suite developer ZenBe released a new product called Shareflow, which has a number of similarities to Google Wave. Shareflow is a collaboration tool that ZenBe says is not email, IM, social...

Top Twitter Friends visualizes your social network

Top Twitter Friends is a web service that creates a visual map for any Twitter account of the other accounts it is most frequently used to converse with. The site uses the Mailana social network analysis system to analyze Twitter conversations and come up with the data for the visualization. Marshall Kirkpatrick recently used the Top Twitter Friends web application to generate an analysis of a...

Gmail gets new features

Google today released 5 new features for Gmail, ranging from simple UI improvements to handy "embarrassment-reducing" conversation upgrades (though since they're counting the recently released Gmail app for your phone, it's really 4 new features today). First up is a new Reply button at the top of messages, allowing you to give a shout back without having to scroll endlessly through long messages...

Track blog conversations with co.mments

I track and comment on a lot of blogs, and if you're reading this I'd bet there's an even chance you do, too. The trouble with blog comments is that it's hard to remember what conversations you're interested in, and even harder to actually keep track of all of them, especially when old posts pass below the fold. co.mments is a cool web service that makes doing so a whole lot easier. The meat of...