Minggl shows future of social networking sites

Today Minggl came to my house and showed me their latest toolbar that joins Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and MySpace together. That’s pretty darn cool, although I can’t get it to work on Firefox’s newest betas (you gotta stick with old Firefox).

I’m trying it out on IE, and it is definitely the start of something interesting. What if such a toolbar could replicate all your photos between Flickr and Facebook? That’d be cool and a good way to defend against getting kicked off of Facebook.

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  2. Dear Scoble

    Just wanted to thank for sharing my article – Techmeme or Techcrunch ? – Can you repeat the question ? in your link blog.

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  3. You’d probably get banned.

    Happened recently when some guy tried to automate that stuff. (I wish I could remember his name)

  4. You’d probably get banned.

    Happened recently when some guy tried to automate that stuff. (I wish I could remember his name)

  5. Neat little tool. Agree with ajcann that Flock is similiar, very user friendly and “is” my browser. Minggl supports Myspace which will be good for people in the entertainment field and also supports iMeem and Meebo. Needs some cleaning up but I like it. Not revolutionary but another good aggregation tool.

  6. Neat little tool. Agree with ajcann that Flock is similiar, very user friendly and “is” my browser. Minggl supports Myspace which will be good for people in the entertainment field and also supports iMeem and Meebo. Needs some cleaning up but I like it. Not revolutionary but another good aggregation tool.

  7. Shame about the outdated nudge-nudge-wink-wink topical references in their demo video. Very lame.

  8. Shame about the outdated nudge-nudge-wink-wink topical references in their demo video. Very lame.

  9. A toolbar mash-up, the world is finally saved…

    But a toolbar that spawns mash-up selectable combos, now that would be just fab.

    (for the dim-bulbs, note sarcasm)

  10. A toolbar mash-up, the world is finally saved…

    But a toolbar that spawns mash-up selectable combos, now that would be just fab.

    (for the dim-bulbs, note sarcasm)

  11. I love the new site design, very contemporary. I hope that link means that I can try this new toolbar too, it sounds too good to be true.

  12. I love the new site design, very contemporary. I hope that link means that I can try this new toolbar too, it sounds too good to be true.

  13. I think Plaxo already saves copies of all the pictures I upload to Flickr and other sources, and doesn’t demand screen space for a toolbar.

  14. I think Plaxo already saves copies of all the pictures I upload to Flickr and other sources, and doesn’t demand screen space for a toolbar.

  15. I like the idea of Minggl. But I have limited interest in tools that don’t support Safari — Firefox gets unusably slow if I have it open for more than about an hour.

  16. I like the idea of Minggl. But I have limited interest in tools that don’t support Safari — Firefox gets unusably slow if I have it open for more than about an hour.

  17. Have you tried Minggl out again recently? I’m not a developer, so I can’t speak to the technical side of it, but I do geek out a bit on checking out new technologies. I quite like Mingll so far, and yesterday wrote about it from a layman’s perspective.

  18. Have you tried Minggl out again recently? I’m not a developer, so I can’t speak to the technical side of it, but I do geek out a bit on checking out new technologies. I quite like Mingll so far, and yesterday wrote about it from a layman’s perspective.