PeopleBrowsr Lite, Advanced and Business Modes

Posted on: May 27, 2009
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I made these videos to help explain how to use the 3 modes of PeopleBrowsr. If you didn’t get a chance to meet the PeopleBrowsr team and get a real life demo at 140 The Twitter Conference, then I hope you’ll take a few minutes to look at the videos here!

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PeopleBrowsr Lite

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PB Advanced

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PB Business

SXSW and Beyond…

Posted on: March 17, 2009
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I’m driving cross country from San Francisco to Austin for SXSWi and then on to Washington DC¬† with my dear friend Rachael Joy. (If you remember my days at Seesmic then you probably know Rachael, who hosted and produced a show there called Newspop). Along they way, we are stopping for some good old fashioned in-real-life tweetups.

Where & When

First stop is Los Angeles on Monday, March 9th. We will meet friends at 7pm in Hollywood at a place called the Happy Ending!

Phoenix- Coffee tweetup Wednesday Morning, March 11th.DSC_2724

Meeting the Chimentos in Austin!

This is real BBQ at County Line!! and the REAL Chimentos! #sxsw on 12seconds.tv

More details to come including info on the days we will be in each city. We’re taking the Southern Route to DC on this “SXSW & Beyond Roadtrip”. Stops include New Orleans, Raleigh, Atlanta and we’re meeting friends along the way. If you’re in any of the cities I hope to meet you in real life too!

SXSWi

While at SXSW I’ll be reporting for NORG, a citizen powered journalism site. My beat is video and the new innovations and tools that can help people create and distribute content. I’m grateful to NORG for believing in the power of citizen journalism and backing my pitch to cover this content at the biggest interactive conference of the year. I’m a true believer in web tools for video content creation and distribution and am really excited to report on what I discover.

I’m part of 100interviews along with my friends Derek Overbey & Morgan Brown. We’re doing just that, 100 five minute interviews with twitter movers and shakers that are attending SXSW. There are just a few spaces left on this list, so if your interested tweet one of us and let’s get your 5 minutes of twitterdom scheduled!

Here is a video I made for PeopleBrowsr and how to use it to get the most out of SXSW! Thank you to PeopleBrowsr for helping to make my trip to SXSW possible.

Beginners guide to PeopleBrowsr

Posted on: March 2, 2009
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Using twitter and ready to take your tweeting to the next level? Here’s how you can with PeopleBrowsr.com. PeopleBrowsr brings more power to twitter. It takes your single stream page view and turns it into a multi column browser page, where you can view, tweet, sort, group… so many things you can’t do on the basic twitter page.

I made this quick beginner’s guide on how to use PB. If you have questions please feel free to leave a comment. I will help to get your tweeting setup started on PeopleBrowsr!

In this video you will learn:

  1. the basics of the PeopleBrowsr column (AKA stack)
  2. how to open a new stack
  3. use the search bar to customize your stack
  4. retweeting
  5. direct messaging

Why I keep tweeting about PeopleBrowsr…

Posted on: December 9, 2008
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I’m happy to report that this week I started working on an amazing social networking innovation called PeopleBrowsr. It’s a browser based dash board that helps you manage your social networks and I’m pretty sure it’s going to rock your world if you’re a social media addict like me.

PeopleBrowsr has just about any tool you can imagine for social networking power users. It’s still in alpha, but it’s open to the public and integrating feedback with every upgrade. I’ll be working with the community and creating short videos about how it works. This video is just a tiny fraction of the site and what it can do. I can’t wait to show off some of the advanced features.

I’m setting up a new twitter account called @PBsukhjit to handle the updates I’ll have as the PeopleBrowsr community grows. If you haven’t tried PB, I hopw that you will, and make sure to let me know what you think. Also, check out the article written by Brian Solis recently about PeopleBrowsr… ditto what he said!

Last but not least, not much time left to take the eye glass poll. Check it out here.