Too Many Social Networks

Too many logins and social networks to keep track of.. if only they all used OpenID

  • mdfnolan 8y

    I like LinkedIn, Facebook and delicious. But never forget to show up at receptions, fairs and festivals, hospitality suites at political conventions, do lunch, attend conferences, play Scrabble and take a dance class or two.
  • Suzanne Reed 7y

    Is the aggregator you show above something I can download, or is it an image?

    Thanks!
  • Matthew Keefe 7y

    @smplwp1, That is the user panel inside pownce.com. It links up to all the other social networks to stay connected.
  • m anima 7y

    Hi M. Keefe --

    I hope you don't mind that I used your photo in a recent blog post.

    Let me know if you have any concerns.

    Mario
  • Matthew Keefe 7y

    @[177] No problem, thanks for letting me know.
  • icreativelabs 7y

    hi keefe, may i use your photo for my blog? ruangfreelance

    please give me some feeback
  • Matthew Keefe 7y

    @icreativelabs - sure thing, thanks for asking.
  • Dufus2007 6y

    Cool photo...may I use it in a blog post?

    Best regards,

    Jerry
  • Matthew Keefe 6y

    Sure thing. I appreciate you asking.
  • Slava V. 6y

    Thank you for releasing this shot under CC license. Just wanted to let you know I've selected to display this image at 'Social Networking' news page (it's my hobby site), full attribution and link to you is provided. Thank you once again.
  • allystu 6y

    heya,

    good photo, can I use this photo in a newsletter I'm doing?
  • Matthew Keefe 6y

    @allystu - sure, thanks for asking.
  • marcus5s 6y

    i love social networking/bookmarking!!
    yeah if only there was a service to manage them all, with only ONE login. but its a great way to rediscover the web, thats for sure!
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