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Plings users need bookmarking tools

One of the hardest things about designing rich applications for the Internet is discovering what end users really want, and how to deliver it. It’s essential to have some idea of what your customers are looking for if you want … Continue reading

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Unveiling Plingorama

We’re very happy to announce our first prototype of Plingorama, an interactive visualization of Plings data (Flash required). This first outing shows the where and when of Plings in a selected area. Pan around the map to find out what’s … Continue reading

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Putting Plings on the Map – our widget with Iconomical

We’re really excited to be working with Substance to develop a transferable widget for visualizing Plings. Throughout the Summer of Plings, it will be possible to embed a visual browser for the Plings network in any web page, configured for … Continue reading

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