Web 2.0 Evolution

Web 2.0 & Accessibility

Nanoblogging

Posted by Rafa on October 14, 2007

Nanoblogging (or microblogging) are web pages where users create networks and communicate between them using short messages. Most famous one is Twitter, although the reason for my post today is that Jaiku (probably the second most famous nanoblogging site) has recently been acquired by Google.
As you know, Blogger was acquired by Google some years ago, and now they have acquired Jaiku.
To be honest, although I do have a Twitter account, I do not use it (my life is too boring to be shared every minute 🙂 ). But with the Google acquisition probably nanoblogging sites will become as famous as blogging, and with the mobile integration they can even be a similar revolution as the SMS message were.
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