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Even before Facebook had an iPhone app, MocoSpace, a social network that appeals to a young, diverse demographic, had capitalized on the idea of networking via mobile devices.
From its inception, MocoSpace was designed for use not on smartphones but on traditional “feature” phones, which account for 80% of its traffic. The social network encourages users to find new friends online, and people can search and filter by gender, location and age among other criteria. It incorporates music, photos, videos, chat and games into the mobile and Web platforms.
Online gamers received quite the scare last week when Blizzard announced it would require message board posters to use their real names. This was to be done in order to fight the scourge of online anonymity. The Internet freaked out, of course, so much so that Blizzardeventually changed its mind. I mention this up to not open old wounds, but to take the time to remind you of this: there are other MMOs in the world besides World of Warcraft. In fact, I’ve been playing one such MMO, the outer space-themed Eve Online(developed by Iceland’s CCP Games), for several days now. Come, let us enter a world (universe, really) of spaceships, cross-galaxy pirate raids, and Astronomical Units!
Demandware, Inc., the global leader in on-demand ecommerce, today announced the addition of 24 new technology partners to its LINK Program. With a growing community of more than 50 vendors across North America and Europe, Demandware LINK is the largest enterprise ecommerce technology partner program in the industry, allowing Demandware clients to choose from a wide selection of no cost, pre-built and approved product integrations. In the three months since launch, Demandware clients worldwide have used LINK integrations to complete 18 projects and have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars in integration costs.