[Web 2.0] At Web 2.0, Pascal Josselin, CEO, showed me a demo of the revamped Yoono. Today, the beta is officially launching and you can test it for yourself.Like the previous version, Yoono’s toolbar suggest similar sites while you are browsing the web and enables you to meet new friends interested in the same topic. The coolest new feature is the access to most of your social networking sites in one place (Facebook, Friendfeed, Flickr, Last.fm, Piczo and Twitter). You can update your profiles from there and receive your friends updates in a well designed user interface, constantly visible in a left navigation bar integrated in your browser. This will save me a lot of time! Yoono toolbar allows also to post text and photos directly to a blog.
The Yoono chat offers also some nice features: the ability to drag and drop photos directly from the web and include them in a live chat session, bring together AIM, GTalk, MSN and Yahoo! For the moment you can upload photos only in Flickr, but Pascal told me that they plan to add more photo sites, if so, this could become a better service than Oosah, (also launched during Web 2.0).
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