First newspaper moves to publish exclusively on Facebook
As of today, The Rockville Central will move all its content onto Facebook. The American community newssite has chosen to use the social network as its only portal to reach readers, illustrating just how central Facebook is becoming in…
Star Wars MMO: The Old Republic announced
In July, CEO of EA John Riccitiello revealed the existence of a second Star Wars massively-multiplayer-online-game, or MMOG, as they’re known. The first, Star Wars Galaxies, was initially popular when released in 2003, but after sweeping changes were made to the gameplay in late 2005, players left in their droves. This new attempt at hooking the vast intellectual property that is Star Wars into a MMO framework looks like it could be successful…
Tokoni – sharing stories with a friendly community
A husband and wife team of former executives at Skype and eBay have banded together to create Tokoni – a site which lets you tell your story in the form of notes, photos and video. Tokoni has been in beta for a year, but launches today. It differs from a blog network because it’s more community-focused. Co-founder Alex Kazim explains:
Shiny Media Poll: Shall we bring Web 2.0 to Tech Digest?
As you learnt on Monday, Shiny Media is expanding even more into the Web 2.0 world, with the recent creation of our Who Ate All The Pies football web community. We also have Shiny Fashion Forums for all our fashionista friends, but would you be interested in seeing a community targeted, well, at you? Somewhere to discuss general gadgetry and geekery, yet another excuse to skive off work?
Football-fanatic? Join up to our Who Ate All The Pies community
Incase you’re not a Pies reader, and haven’t heard of our fab new community, or indeed our Pies sites, read on, football fans.
Our network of football blogs has grown dramatically over the last few months, with the original Who Ate All The Pies acting as a proud father to the club-themed blogs, Arsenal Pies, Chelsea Pies, Liverpool Pies, Man United Pies…