Hyperbola evolves, again

by | Dec 19, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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We are becoming more sharing and maybe even caring here at Hyperbola with new functionality, as the IT jargon goes

When you click on an individual blog entry to see the entire post you’ll now see the words share this beneath my name and if you click on those words you’ll get a dialogue box appear – see image above

With that you can social book mark stuff you see on Hyperbola and email links to my, always exciting, postings to your friends or maybe even relatives

Expect more “community” related stuff and, eh, “functionality” from Hyperbola in the new year. It has something to do with user created profiles… Who comes up with this gubbins?

If like me you don’t really understand what on Earth social book marking is then go here and let the extremely unreliable Wikipedia enlighten you – I’m assuming it is in the interests of this joke of an encyclopedia to get at least its social book marking explanation right

Or you can watch this informative 3min 25s video, care of commoncraft.com

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