Simplify Your Social Life


Social networking is great for keeping in touch of your friends, but what about all the time you sink into it? The effort you put into social networks can consume your day faster than you can pick friends on Facebook. Here are 5 methods to keep your life less complicated.

Digsby is an excellent aggregating tool for all your online social life, wrapping social networking, Instant messaging and e-main into one small package. The internet application integrates AIM, Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and lots more, everything in just a single application on your system tray. It has always been exciting to see someone writing comments on your MySpace or Facebook wall, but what if you are at work and a huge list of e-mail notifications from these social networks can be a huge time sucker.

NutshellMail consolidates all the messages from the social networks, likes of Twitter, Facebook and secondary e-mail accounts into a single periodic digests.

Apart from managing your profile information, need to register) is all about managing your status. All you need to do is set-up this service once. A single update at would automatically updates a new status on all your social networks configured. supports more than 30+ social networks, that would save lot of time.

Interested in tracking your room mates, college mates or perhaps your loved ones? Pipl, a search engine for people that scans the Web to find even last fingerprint that the person you’re looking for has ever left online; from blog posts to photos to address, every possible information it can uproot. Pipl also supports reverse people search using the user name, e-mail address and mobile numbers.

If you’re addicted to the popular micro-blogging and social networking service Twitter, you’ve probably would want to go beyond using Twitter’s Web interface to write and track the tweets. TweetDeck is a free download that puts Twitter on steroids, letting you easily group your friends, track particular search terms, shrink URL’s using, and many more, all from one centralized desktop window.

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