Social Media Leaders [Infographic]

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60 seconds in Social Media World

A really interesting infographic on 60 seconds in the world of social media by Social Jumpstart

It is interesting to note that YouTube, Facebook and Twitter are leading all the way! So people are watching videos on YouTube, secretly messaging on Facebook while tweeting the half truth ­čśë

 

Timehop: The new ‘4squareand7years’ timecapsule with more services

4squareand7years recently relaunched as “Timehop”. The name change is due to addition of more services to their platform with the brand new one to be included is the popular photo sharing app “Instagram”, besides the ever popular Facebook and Twitter.

I just registered to Timehop and synced all my accounts. It will send me an email everday showing me what I shared on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Foursquare one year ago. A sweet experiment for people who like to take a sneak peak into the past but not sure if I want to see that everyday/everymorning. I wish there was an option to sign-up to a fortnightly/monthly emails so that I could get a sneak peak into how an entire 2-weeks or a month went than every single day. It will give me enough content to visualize my month online on my favourite apps/sites and conclude how the month was rather than a day and give me more to talk about and cherish I believe. Well, a day is not bad too I guess ­čÖé

To sign up for your personal timecapsule visit Timehop

 

 

 

“I Hope Santa Checks-in to My House”

A social media Christmas song! Guess this song will be a popular one besides Xmas carols this year for Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare addicts!

Created by MGH, an ad agency from Baltimore, the song is based on insights of various social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Foursquare. The video is pretty cute and simple.

The song is available for 99p on iTunes and the proceeds will go to support Ronald McDonald House Charities.

 

Little Printer by BERG

The Little Printer is a compact, thermal, ink-less printer. What makes it special is its cloud based nature and that you can connect to it with your iOS/Android to print great useful content from Nike, Google, Foursquare and The Guardian. BERG is probably going to add more services to it in the near future I suppose.

The Little Printer uses BERG Cloud to wirelessly connect to the internet. These snippets can be handed out to friends, stuck on the fridge or boards as reminders, ┬ákeep it handy in case your phone runs out of battery and you need your To-Do list or Google Calendar meetings schedule, play Sudoku on the train when you want to save your phone battery or something. I reckon we’ll find more things to do with it as we use it.

It will be launched in 2012. To find out more and sign-up for updates visit http://bergcloud.com/littleprinter/