My highly complex social web(s)

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  1. Om,

    I read and follow along with what you and your writers at GigaOm write.

    With the amount of technology you have at your fingertips, I think your list is reasonable and perhaps even manageable. We are headed towards a more agressive and even more complex web of social “networks”.

    I believe the key is to try the applications that appeal to you and your personal interests. When your list of social networks cause implied stress and become more work than enrichment, it’s time to make the move away from the, highly complex.

    Regards,

    Dale Buckey
    @WiFiConnections

  2. Dale:

    Couldn’t agree with you more:

    “When the social networks you participate on cause stress and become more work than enrichment, it’s time to make the move away from the highly complex.”

    It was precisely this sentiment that lead to the creation of CHNL — http://chnl.it

    We believed that there is an incredible amount of rich, compelling content that is being shared with us across multiple social networks, but checking into each one could become overwhelming.

    CHNL connects to your social profiles, pulls all the content into one simple layout and provides some easy to use filters.

    The focus is on simplicity, ease of use and making finding, browsing and sharing enriching content enjoyable.

    @Om – you are invited (of course!) to see behind the curtain and see what’s in development at CHNL, we’d appreciate your insight as we strive to create simple and useful products.

    Thanks for reading-

    Jason (CHNL co-founder).
    @jasonkadlec | @CHNLApp

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