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Startupbin

Blog about the web and startups, from Finland. By Timo Paloheimo

Open Facebook Search has a new name: Open Status Search

Open Facebook Search has reached an important milestone. Thanks to the brave ongoing efforts of Ethel from Facebook’s legal department, I too received a “Notice of Trademark Infringement”. It was a monument of legalese which stated that using the word “facebook” in the domain infringes on their trademark. Which I guess it does, whatever, not going to have any sleepless nights over this.

So I had to change the domain and I changed the name of the site too. It is now called Open Status Search and can be found at the handy URL http://openstatussearch.com. (Doesn’t quite have the SEO appeal of its predecessor, does it…)

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Embed Facebook Searches Anywhere

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Open Facebook Search – my newest project – is developing rapidly. Since the launch a few days ago, it has received some nice coverage on blogs, the biggest being Inside Facebook and ReadWriteWeb. Today I’m very proud to announce that now on Open Facebook Search you can now embed any search results to any web page.

Go to Open Facebook Search.

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Finnish Startups: You’re (I’m) Not Alone

This post was long overdue. When I started this blog about six months ago, it was quite hard to find information and contacts from Finnish web startups and I foolishly felt that I was quite alone in my interest. The situation was not that bad before but it has improved quite a lot during this time. Nevertheless, more could be done.

Blogs and events Read more…

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Twitter Ready for Main-Stream Competition?

Twitter is a great service. The microblogging platform is already the fastest media when it comes to technology and Silicon Valley related news. Twitter is proving to be more and more useful all the time.

It’s a shame Jaiku wasn’t able to keep its front runner position after being bought by Google. Jaiku is the very reason why Twitter hasn’t gotten picked up here in Finland at all, but Worldwide Twitter has close to 900k users (according to TwitDir) and has evolved to become the better service. Read more…

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Battle of the Finnish Travel Startups: Dopplr vs. Vailoma

Dopplr versus Vailoma
Two notable startups from Finland are built around travel. Dopplr is a niche social networking service where you post and share your travels, and the newcomer Vailoma is a tool for organizing information about your trips.

Here is a comparison of the two travel-related Finnish startups.
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Startups from Finland: Zipipop Makes Life and Feedback More Fun

Zipipop logo Zipipop’s mission is to share life and make feedback more fun. Whatever that means. So far they have released a couple of Facebook apps, but apparently their initial business idea had something to do with feedback – hence the logo that features Zipi the feedback fish.

I’ll have to cover Zipipop again when I’ll find out what they are really trying to accomplish.

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2008: Problems for Google, Facebook

Forecasting the future is never easy, but the writers of Read/WriteWeb have looked into their crystal balls. It seems that this year will be hard for Google and Facebook. But what will be the biggest thing on the web in 2008? It seems that even they don’t know about it yet.

My predictions are summarized in the following sentence: Asian Open Mobile Twitter Widgets go mainstream.

Some interesting predictions in the original post’s comments as well. Virtual Knitting will be huge!

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Platform Wars Are Upon Us

The Season of Social Network Platforms is apparently here. All the major and smaller social networks are opening up their services. I believe the winners are not the social networks themselves, who will be forced to open their users’ social graphs, and thus their competitive advantage, but now smaller widget-like services that tap into the users’ social graphs across several, if not almost all, social networking sites.

The season for social network platforms is now, but the fight is just starting.

<via Techmeme>

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