See What Everyone Is “Liking” On The Internet With One Handy Site

I found this site http://likebutton.me/ handy for aggregating useful @Facebook content on the internet from from a broad range of websites.  What’s cool is it’s a “One Stop Shop” and will save busy people alot of time, while adding a good amount of value to their experience.  This could become the default page for many Facebook users and content surfers out there.

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As we take a glimpse into the future of Facebook applications and reach this small example already reveals the power of social plugins.

By the way you can also add your own site:

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Note: You must login to your account to start liking.

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  6. Mark Essel

    Great find, I hope to see openlike follow this pattern, and generate wild applications that spawn from the sentiment information that emerges human collective filtering.

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    1. admin

      Mark, thanks for stopping by! Looks like this is the first of many mashups to come. I saw another one yesterday (itstrending.com) but I’m sure the ecosystem will be full of them in the near future.

      What are we going to do when the hype dies? LOL..

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