Monday, August 6th, 2007

Me.dium Widgets and IE 7

Category: Showcase, Social Networks

The folk at Me.dium have announced a new widget that you can use to show Me.dium on your own site, and the full release of their IE 7 support.

Below is an example of a Me.dium widget that is bound to as the central point. Me.dium is now opening up to your signups, so go ahead and try it out. To add a widget yourself, click on the “manage widgets” section.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 1:57 pm
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Hmm, is this round thingy the Web 2.0 bubble everyone’s talking about? Obviously, there are some kind of links, which are too small too read, too cluttered to make up for the weak readability, too slow to reveal the tooltip that contains a description too short to get me interested in an unknown site (right now the most prominent one is a Danish Mac forum, which to me, a German PC user, is not of the slightest interest) , while the links to google, sun, facebook, myspace and youtube are so generic I don’t need a widget for it. I’d love to meet the user with a success story.

Comment by Bernd Matzner — August 7, 2007

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