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Nomee: Organize Your Social Networking Apps



Connecting people is what the Web does best, but between Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, instant messaging, your blog, and all the rest, managing those connections can be a headache. Nomee aims to simplify the process by organizing your various online contacts, the sites and services you (and they) use, and the things you like into one attractive desktop application.

The app works by creating contact cards that encapsulate all of this information for you and your friends, enabling you to track the person rather than the Web sites the person uses.

For more on Nomee and other new apps, watch PC World's video "Web 2.0: The Latest in Social Networking Apps."

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