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Thursday, November 30, 2006

Me.dium Invite Code

Me.dium is a social browsing plugin that lets you see what sites your friends are browsing via a "radar screen" display and lets you chat with them. A common example used to illustrate the concept is: Suppose you have a few restaurants to choose from, which do you pick? If you see several of your friends at the new Italian restaurant, maybe you'll be more inclined to eat there. Thus, the parallel with me.dium.

I haven't had a chance to check it out yet (my invite's been sitting in my inbox for a couple weeks now), but interested readers can sign up using the invite code "smash2006".

[code via Mu Life]


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