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What is next for the web?

1. The Web Will Be Accessible Anywhere

A couple of years down the road, people will wonder how we managed with laptops disconnected from a Wi-Fi or 4G signal.

2. Web Access Will Not Focus Around the Computer

Computers will only be a small percentage of how we use our web. We’re going to be accessing it from nearly every device and appliance we own.

3. The Web Will Be Media-Centric

Touchscreen interfaces simply make it easier to bring up images, videos, music, and other multi-media. It’s not about keyboard commands, but about apps, drag-and-drop, and having an immersive experience.

Voice-to-text technology will be a major part of the media-centric web. Soon, it’ll be accurate enough to be a viable replacement to our keyboards.

4. Social Media Will Be Its Largest Component

We’re social creatures, so it was only a matter of time until we figured out how to make the web an efficient medium for communication, sharing, and forging friendships. Now that we’re finally implementing the social layer though, it’s tough to find a scenario where the rise of social media doesn’t continue. Like I say WE MUST EMBRACE SOCIAL MEDIA

When you access the web, most of the time you spend will be to connect with your friends. Almost all of that will be on social networks and through social media. It will be the #1 reason why we ever pull out our phones, tablets, or computers.

Open source we application will continue to grow and change the way we see and build web.

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Top 20 Social Brands of 2009 – What do you think ?

Vitrue’s Social Media Index (SMI) assigns brands and products a score based on overall buzz from status updates, videos, photos and blog posts. The company has tallied its results for 2009 and released its top 100 social brands based on index scoring, with last year’s winner — the iPhone — reigning supreme once again. TO SEE TOP 100 CLICK HERE

1. iPhone
2. Disney
3. CNN
4. MTV
5. NBA
6. iTunes
7. Wii
8. Apple
9. Xbox
10. Nike
11. Starbucks
12. NFL
13. PlayStation
14. Adidas
15. BlackBerry
16. Sony
17. Mercedes
18. Microsoft
19. Samsung
20. BMW

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Make your own iPhone App with AppMaker- Watch how (video)

AppMakr is a streamlined system that creates a native iPhone application out of your existing RSS feeds. You can customize elements of the app and the artwork and then submit it directly to the App Store. You can even embed ads from places like AdMob directly into the app.

MacLife iPhone App – Built By AppMakr.com in 27 Seconds. from Daniel R. Odio on Vimeo.

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Incredible and Innovating “Truly Inspiring” Pranav Mistry is a genius

At TEDIndia, Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the world of data — including a deep look at his SixthSense device and a new, paradigm-shifting paper “laptop.” In an onstage Q&A, Mistry says he’ll open-source the software behind SixthSense, to open its possibilities to all

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Privacy day in Facebook – What you need to know

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The next killer iPhone app for Twitter. HootSuite’s Twitter App Coming to the iPhone Tomorrow [VIDEO]

Tomorrow, the company’s iPhone app will make its debut in the app store, bringing the features that help consolidate and enhance your TwitterTwitter workflow to your mobile phone.

According to the announcement, HootSuite for iPhone will be available at 9 a.m. EST. The application will boast support for Twitter analytics, multiple accounts, scheduling tweets in advance, Twitter Lists, Twitter trends and accompanying explanations, photo sharing and even file sharing.

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Consider this on Turkey Day

I wish everyone a very happy, safe and special Holiday with your loved ones.

Consider this: just for the day, don’t go on Facebook… instead, show your face to someone you haven’t seen in awhile. Don’t Twitter, unless it’s at a joke one of your friends makes at a party. And the only Flickr you should be looking at is a cozy fireplace or maybe a good movie on TV with your family and a big bowl of popcorn. Can you Digg it?

Make the day special and may your REAL social life be rich and rewarding!

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An Introduction to Social Media Optimization SMO

Social media, specifically focusing on the social networking sites, is rapidly becoming the staple form of content online – user generated content is also via An Introduction to Social Media Optimization SMO.

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Great video parody on Cloud Computing

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Our latest work at Nativo

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