Interesting that Seesmic just launched a contact manager (as part of their web app)… The MG Siegler at TechCrunch seems to think they’ve perfected management of Twitter followers, but it’s still missing my favorite feature of Gist: the ability to view updates sorted by how important I’ve ranked people. Nonetheless, it is encouraging to see Seesmic going down the route of improving the sad state of contact management within Twitter.
Things have been pretty quiet around here lately as I’ve been just swamped with work. The work is really good stuff and I’ve been getting my hands dirty in all kinds of interesting projects. I’m not ready to say who any of my clients are, but I’ve currently got some really interesting clients (almost none of whom are in the real estate space) and loving the work.
Anyway, for reasons I’m not ready to get into, I’ve been playing with Seesmic for the past few days and having a lot of fun with it. If you don’t know, Seesmic is an online video community where folks get together to chat. The potential is pretty darn high and it really doesn’t take long to connect to other folks.
All of which leads me to the video that I just posted on Seesmic… I called it Geeking with Gmail and spend a few minutes talking about how I’ve been using gmail to keep my email-life organized. Maybe you’ll find it interesting/helpful.
And because I mention it in the video, here’s a link where you can sign up for the free hosted version of Google App.
By the way, if you have a webcam and want to test Seesmic out, things are set up so that you only need to leave a video comment on this post to take part! (Click on the “Add a video comment with Seesmic” option at the bottom of this post!)