Wednesday, March 26, 2008

findme is irritating?

I've just mentioned the applications that are available in social network websites, and I'm sure for you who uses Facebook have already know the application called "findme". This application basically works like Google Map, which uses mobile phone towers to tell where you're at. You'll be able to give tags for every new areas that findme detected, and it'll show the result in your Facebook account profile. Sounds a great idea, but not to Jessica Dolcourt at CNet Crave; let me quote what she said in her blog: "It's a somewhat good, somewhat limited idea that suffers from half-formed presentation issues. For instance, FindMe doesn't believe in grammatical standards when updating Facebook, nor in identifying FindMe-produced status messages with a proprietary icon." Read on here to know more what is so irritating about this Facebook integrated service, and if you have Windows Mobile or BlackBerry mobile phones then you may try it out yourself.
(blogged with my Treo 750v)

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