Feb 22, 2012

Bottlenose 2.0 Is a 6th Sense for the Social Web
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Content Curation

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

Bottlenose is named after a dolphin for a reason. Its core feature is called Sonar, a visual browser for your online conversations. Bottlenose arranges the topics and tags you’ve been reading and talking about in a ring, branching out from each other, and you can drill down into each one. This takes up the right half of the screen in the default view. There’s a lot going on under the hood of Bottlenose. It’s constantly crunching on the semantics of your social streams in order to identify the terms, topics and threads of conversation. It does all this at the browser level. The smartness is written in HTML5 and Javascript, so your computer bears the load. That load feels MUCH lighter in Bottlenose 2. For a Web app that does so much, the performance is startling to me.
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