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WebSonic.nl [PersonRank 10]

Wednesday, April 14, 2010
7 years ago6,380 views

<< Google Follow Finder analyzes public social graph information (following and follower lists) on Twitter to find people you might want to follow. We suggest two types of social connections: users with similar follow lists, and other users you may be interested in following. >>

googlelabs.com/show_details?ap ...

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Mihail Zarin [PersonRank 0]

7 years ago #

It would be great to loging so that Finder have data about current people I'm follow.

Lalit Modi [PersonRank 0]

7 years ago #

but mattcute ass gives you interesting picture:

followfinder.googlelabs.com/se ...

Daniel Peiser [PersonRank 0]

7 years ago #

I tried Google Follow Finder but I guess I found a bug... is it working for you?

(check the third screenshot on this page to see the error message bealoud.com/social-media/twitt ...)

Tony Ruscoe [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

Daniel, for now, please make sure you visit the site without the "www" or use this link: followfinder.googlelabs.com/

Jeremy Hylton [PersonRank 0]

7 years ago #

We've fixed the problem with @anywhere for www.followfinder.googlelabs.com. The login should work with or without the www.

trial offer [PersonRank 0]

7 years ago #

Good points…I would note that as someone who really doesn’t write on blogs much (in fact, this may be my first post), I don’t think the term “lurker” is very becoming to a non-posting reader. It’s not your fault really , but perhaps the blogosphere could come up with a better, non-creepy name for the 90% of us that enjoy reading the posts.

Abhisshek [PersonRank 3]

7 years ago #

useless , it suggest all sort of bollywood stars, just becoz i m fm India does not means i should follow bollywood stars . BS Junk

Juha-Matti Laurio [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

Related(?)
reuters.com/article/idUS156257 ...

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