Rebel Mouse Social Media Aggregator
What is Rebel Mouse?
In one of those inexplicable or not web journey along one of those cool but slightly irreverent tech magazines I came across the article on Rebel Mouse and decided to take a look.
When I signed up I was dismayed that glendoncaba has been taken. I thought that I was the only Glendon Caballero blogging at this level on the web. So I had to sign up as "theglendoncaba".
What is Rebel Mouse? Rebel Mouse is a social media site which brings together your internet presence into one amazing visual site a la Pin Interest. So far it seems to be playing the field with my older Facebook posts. Founded by former Huffington Post CTO Paul Berry, the service might just evolve to become the hub of your internet presence.
It would be great to see the site going beyond the constant refreshing of Facebook and Twitter content. But I guess so long as I Tweet and share my interests they will find their way onto the latest social media tool for the digital generation.
Why Rebel Mouse?
I belong to that experimental transitional generation of social media users who seek information on what is out there but will not necessarily use all the latest. So I am on Facebook, Skype and Twitter. And Hub pages is still my foremost blog, which is sometimes as frustrating as supporting the Jamaica Reggae Boyz soccer team. But I don’t spend my days tweeting away at every pulse beat of mass media. And I might be registered for Pin Interest but could not find the time to use it. As of this writing.
But the early PR on Rebel Mouse got me interested so I have joined the site. For now I’ll just watch the ride.
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