DEMO: Wallop Says Its Social Network Packs Punch Against MySpace, FaceBook
It may seem like tilting at windmills, but Wallop Technologies expects to shake up the social networking market, currently dominated by entrenched players like News Corp.'s MySpace, Facebook and Friendster.
New York Magazine
The Failure Fetish in Silicon Valley
Jonathan Abrams doesn't seem like a haunted man. Ten years ago, the Toronto-born computer programmer was trying to save Friendster, the first-generation social network he had started, from being overtaken by a pair of nascent upstarts called MySpace and TheFacebook.
Nuzzel Aims to Calm the Chatter
Many highly active social networkers are now turning to aggregation services like Nuzzel to bring the most important stories in their feeds to the top of the heap.
Filter the Facebook, Twitter Noise With Nuzzel
From Facebook and Twitter to Google+ and Instagram, it can be hard to keep up with what's going on in the world of social media.
Wall Street Journal
Newest Social Aggregator: Nuzzel, From Friendster's Creator
Many news aggregators have popped up over the years in an attempt to address the glut of information flying through the social networks, to varying degrees of success.
Social News Startup Nuzzel Opens To Everyone, Announces Former Friendster Exec Kent Lindstrom As COO
Nuzzel , the social news service created by Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams, is leaving beta testing and opening to all users.