Some say that Twitter may be as important to real-time search as YouTube is to video.
Ever wondered where do millionaires and billionaires of the world network? Many of them may be patronising Facebook and Orkuts of the world, but many others have `exclusive social networks’ that are open strictly by invitation.
A new engine can turn a difficult search into a communal quest. Looking for an apartment online, day after day, can get tedious. Finding the right sofa at the right price can also be time consuming. A new search engine, called Yotify, is designed to make these kinds of persistent quests more tolerable, and hopefully more successful.
With scores of dating sites catering to the bold and the beautiful, a growing number of niche sites are emerging for less fortunate lonely hearts, those struggling with mental or physical problems.
Our friends at the Telegraph in London have come up with their list of the top 101 websites on the Internet. We are pretty sure they have overlooked a ton of great sites, and its skewed towards British thinking. But its worth a look.
Bookish people may not be known for their social skills, but a crop of social-networking Web sites aimed at bibliophiles are allowing readers to connect with the page — and with each other — in a brand new “virtual” environment.